Mel Jones / Other Mother / Beldam
Miss April Spink / Other Spink
Miss Miriam Forcible / Other Forcible
Charlie Jones / Other Father
Wyborne 'Wybie' Lovat
Mr. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky / Other Bobinsky
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A dream come true.
Cat: I just can.
An adventurous girl finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but it has sinister secrets.
Dakota Fanning: Coraline Jones
Coraline is a surreal merging of new and old techniques. Utilizing beautiful stop motion animation and ... read more
Visually enthralling, but lacks narrative focus
A screen adaptation of the 2002 novella of the same name by Neil Gaiman, Coraline signals Henry Selick's long-overdue return to the realm of stop-motion animation (after The Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach). In an era dominated by computer-animated movies (courtesy of Pixar, Dreamworks... read more
Review of Coraline
" "Why does she want me?" "She wants something to love, I think. Something that isn't her. Or, maybe she'd just love something to eat." Directed by Henry Selick Written by Henry Selick Music by Bruno Coulais Cinematography by Pete Kozachik Editing by Christopher Murrie-Green and Ronald Sanders"
Wonderfully atmospheric with exquisite visuals
“Adapted from Neil Gaimon's book, comes Coraline, a truly wonderful animated film with lots going for it. The atmosphere was wonderful, people may find it too dark, but I for one loved how dark it was. And of course the visuals are absolutely exquisite, I loved the backgrounds, character designs and the darkly bold colours. The music is nice and quirky while having an appropriate atmosphere, while the script is intelligent and well balanced and the story is well paced and compelling with very few dull moments. The characters are great, I love Coraline especially because she is very inquisitive, and I like that in a protagonist, and the voice acting is superb especially from Dakota Fanning and Keith David. Overall, loved the atmosphere, loved the visuals, loved the flick. 9/10 Bethany Cox” read more
" as Coraline Jones "
"When Coraline moves to an old house, she feels bored and neglected by her parents. She finds a hidden door with a bricked up passage. During the night, she crosses the passage and finds a parallel world where everybody has buttons instead of eyes, with caring parents and all her dreams coming true. "
" Directed by: Henry Selick Produced by: Bill Mechanic, Claire Jennings, Henry Selick, and Mary Sandell Written by: Nei! Gaiman Based on the novel by: Neil Gaiman Cinematography: Pete Kozachik Edited by: Christopher Murrie and Ronald Sanders Music by: Bruno Coulais Songs and lyrics by: Danny Elfman, John Linell, and John Flansburgh Distributed by: Focus Features and Laika Animation"