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ages, particularly those who will be able to understand its themes within the context of the bleak visual Dakota Fanning, Ian McShane, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, and Teri Hatcher headline this terrific voice cast. Obviously, the figures don’t really look like their respective actors, but they feel like they belong to them. I can picture Teri Hatcher and John Hodgman as yuppie gardening bloggers. I can imagine Ian McShane as a retired circus man. French and Saunders are well, basically French and Saunders but really funny and hyper-exaggerated. Then we have Keith David as the cat and anytime that guy gets to do any voice work is a good day. I still maintain that if/when they ever do another live-action Spawn movie by default he should do the voice no matter who wears the costume. Beldam" (1:16), "Mr. Bobinsky" (1:40), "The Cat" (1:12), "Coraline Jones" (1:15), "Other Father" (1:05), "Other Mother" (1:10), and "Wybie Lovat"
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The story is about a young girl named Coraline who moves with her family to a small town and discovers a parallel universe behind a secret door in their new house. The caveat here is that while the alternate universe is quite fun and zany, there's a sinister and evil entity lurking in the shadows that causes Coraline to come to terms with her lot in life and make amends with her family. Still, after more than a decade, this film is sweet, charming, and haunting and leaves some lasting visuals that will no doubt conjure up some nightmares. Creepy Coraline" (5:03, HD) highlights the gross elements of the picture, taking a look at the creation and animation ofWithout dishing out any “spoilers” I’ll say that as boring as things are around the Pink Palace Apartments, Coraline is left to her own devices and that could include her fantasies as well, in all fairness. However, let’s just say that she might think some of the things seen in this “other” version of the apartment building are just the result of her imagination and perhaps not only dreams but there’s actually something a bit more sinister going on here. promise of the source material by arranging a literal carnival of horrors to alternately bewitch and betray the titular heroine as she wades through
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have chosen a more fitting title for their first ever wide release of a previously-exclusive title; Coraline remains one of the best movies Inside Laika: Revisiting the Puppets with Laika's Animation Team" (HD) highlights character and design decisions for "The imprisonment of her real-world parents. Working with help from both dimensions, Coraline attempts to escape her predicament, only to find Other
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All and all, “Coraline” on 4K UHD Blu-ray arrives with a new Dolby Atmos mix that certainly does the sound mix and movie equal justice, enough to earn it a perfect 5 rating for audio quality. The fans are certainly going to enjoy this audio upgrade if they’re on a sound system capable of experiencing it.