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    it's based on a horror story by Neil Gaiman (excuse me just a sec- )- for adults. I don't get why they put it on at a kid's time.

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    Definitely not a kids movie imo but dh and I really liked it.

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    I was shocked too flicked it on about 8 it was quite freaky and in no way would I say for kids

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    dislike this movie and that it was marketed towards kids.
    my DD1 was 9 or 10..? at time kept asking to watch it, but i could tell it was creepy and she'd hate it so advised against it for as long as possible. When she finally did i sat with her and she was very disturbed by it. we talked it through and it was a good lesson that not all cartoons are good for kids to watch and just because a friend suggests it doesnt mean she will enjoy it.

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    I loved it ! But it was really creepy!! Specially when other mother gives her a gift of buttons so she can take her eyes! Def not a kids movie.

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    Well I wish I knew as much about it as everyone else. Clearly I was of the belief that it was a children's movie. I had no idea it was even a Tim Burton one! All I knew was the name and rating. That and the fact it was on at 6.30 meant it was a fair assumption that it was for children yeah? I also missed the start of it because I was still in the kitchen. I'll know next time to never let her watch anything no matter the rating or the time it's on in case it's not really suitable for children. I don't watch many movies myself and we have no way to record them to watch them later either.

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    I have seen it before and watched it with my DD 9 but there is no way I would let her younger siblings watched it

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    I know terrible mother aren't I. I let her watch it. Alone even for a little while.

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    My daughter is 2 and loves coraline..... She also likes Corpse bride and nightmare before Christmas.
    She even has a Jack Skellington.
    She is fine with the movie and often asks to watch it.


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    DD1 who is 4 watched it by herself. She loved it. She got a bit scared at the end, but after i reminded her it was pretend, she was fine. I thought it was a bit dark, but hey, she wants us to download it for her so she obviously enjoyed it.


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