I saw a preview at the cinema .. and even the preview was creepy - I wouldn't let my 6 year old watch it yet ..
I'm really sensitive with eye things (dont even wear mascara or eye liner, they make my eyes weep ... struggle to do eye drops and would never ever try contact lenses ) so that movie seems extra creepy to me .. blergh ..
I understand that its creepy with a moral (making the choice etc etc ) but still .. ick ick ick
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13-11-2011 09:11 #31
13-11-2011 09:17 #32
By the time I worked out that it wasn't really suitable she wanted to finish watching it otherwise it would have been more scary for her. I had to have her on my lap though.
13-11-2011 09:42 #33
13-11-2011 09:46 #34
Thanks but yeah the part where I can look anything up won't work on my computer so unless I have an actual link like that then I can't look anything up. Thanks for that it might help for another time. But I think it's safer to simply not allow her to watch anything I haven't seen myself.
13-11-2011 09:47 #35
My boys and I love it but we love all those kinds of movies lol. I can see why it would creep some out though.
What was the rating on it?
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13-11-2011 10:01 #36
I haven't read through the whole thread properly but have noticed a lot of Tim Burton references in relation to this movie.
I love Tim Burton. But he didn't direct Coraline
13-11-2011 10:03 #37
We saw it at the cinemas and I thought it was rather creepy for young children too.
That said, DD insisted it was one of her favourite movies and watched it again last night. She's 6 and has no issues with it being frightening.
I guess it depends on the kid?
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13-11-2011 10:34 #39
I personally loved it! But wouldn't recommended it for children, that's for sure.
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