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After you've read the book, this is just... stupid ( 'cause curses are not allowed )
The movie overall was... ooookay. Performance was almost realistic, but I couldn't relate to the main character, though I don't think it's the actor's fault, it's just bad directing. I mean, seriously awful directing. It almost has nothing to do with the book. Honestly if I hadn't read it, i wouldn't have seen the movie.
It is completely different from the book. Of course, the book is always better, but this is just too different. First of all, the clinic that is run by Dr. Kay ( Gudrich in the book ) is supposed to be a nice place, that does not look like a clinic at all. It is supposed to be an almost happy place, if that's possible. I don't think Duris should've been chosen for the role * though he did play it well considering the movie*, because Nathan is supposed to be a completely different personality.
Secondly, the relationship between Nathan and Claire has not been shown consistently.
The whole movie had this dull, tiresome atmosphere and nothing's ever happening. They've shown everything in a different light.
In the book, there are ACTUALLY reasons, excuses for characters actions and all of the characters have an emotional depth that the movie just does not show.
All in all, this is a movie probably worth watching if you haven't read the book, because it does have some life-is-worth-living motives and it actually can make you appreciate it more, but if you, on the other hand HAVE read the book, I'm begging you not to watch the movie, it will just ruin it for you.
Coraline finds a whole new interesting world but soon finds out that not everything is so perfect...
Coraline moves to a new house, old and boring, and having nothing to do goes exploring. She finds out about a locked door with nothing but bricks behind them. But one night, Coraline discovers a path through them leading to a strange new world, almost exact same as hers. Only, her parents are wonderful, and everything seems so much more interesting. Cats are talking, her 'other mother' is cooking, her new friend doesn't talk as much and her room is filled with toys and colors. But as the story unravels it's up to her to help the lost soles trapped by 'her other mother' and find a way back home... Another thrilling movie by Tim Burton worth watching, whatever age you are..