Thursday, January 7, 2010

All right, I will admit it. I am addicted to, CORALINE!

I have seen it way to many times and almost have the entire movie memorized! I've read the book and I own the soundtrack. (Which the girls and I listen to all the time.)
I also blog stalk, Evil Buttons.
One more thing, I am SO sad that I didn't get one of these. It could have been possible to get one, right? Before they released the movie last year they sent out 50 secret boxes to 5o different bloggers to generate hype. Genius, no?
Have you seen it? If you haven't, you MUST!


Mikel*Sage said...

Okay, before you started posting EVERYWHERE (fb, that is) about your love of Coraline, Mikel and I watched it. I have to admit - we hated it. I don't know what you love so much about it - we're into kids movies (mainly animal documentaries), but neither of us enjoyed this movie.
So really, what (specifically) did you love so much? (I am really glad that you love something though... I super love Dollhouse, heheh).

Melissa said...

Ok so we've got one love and one hate.
I wanna see it now and see if I agree with Sage or K8.

Brittanie said...

That was one of the freakiest movies I have ever seen! Ambree only watched half of it and I am so glad I watched the rest without her so it wouldn't freak her out like it did me.

She names her little people Coraline all the time when we play.

I am surprised your girls like it. It did have the art element for sure though.

Justin, Kalia, & the little nippers said...

The cartoon nearly porn part was what threw me, but the rest of it was kinda neat.

The Crandizzles said...

Hmmm never heard of it. I wonder if my boys would like it, or is it too girly? Can't wait to check out the Storm Cellar!

Bryce and Jenalee said...

Definitely didn't like it. I thought it was flat-out creepy! But if you are a fan of the button eyes concept, read Amy's Eyes, by Richard Kennedy. You and your irls will love it! And I would love to get something in the mail from you! 1921 Adina Bl., Indy, In 46203

Kira :) said...

I'm like my sister, and I'm proud to admit that I'm obsessed with Coraline. I know it is out of the norm for kids movies, and is to scary for them; but I love Coraline so much because it has so many amazing elements to it. The stop motion aspect combined with the art and creativity of the actual characters makes this movie, to me, ascetically pleasing. That conjoined with the soundtrack, along with a good ending moral to the story, makes this movie one of my absolute favorites of all time.