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    Becky BurnettMar 14, 2024 at 10:19 pm

    I love this! I’ve always wanted to discuss this film in length like a book club would. There are so many themes that really could be metaphors, such as the number 3. The house has 3 levels separated into 3 apartments. Coraline goes to the other world 3 times before she sees it for what it really is. She has to find the eyes of 3 ghosts by overcoming 3 obstacles, etc. One could even argue that it’s similar to the Holy Trinity overcoming evil. I’ve always wondered if anyone else had similar thoughts and wonderings.

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    Mariah HuntMar 14, 2024 at 3:50 am

    Yes, this movie has any theories that is why it is so brilliant. It catches different stories that could led into different perspectives. We all see the point of neglect or something missing in our childhood but seeing if we had it perfect, there wouldn’t be any growth nor reality.

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    Sintiana JonesMar 9, 2024 at 6:10 pm

    Coraline was my absolute favorite when I was seven in a half my mom thought it would scare me but really I loved it even growing up. Wish all movies were very similar to the books maybe it would’ve made more progress for sequels.

    But still it’s a pretty good film.

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    Anne MartinFeb 27, 2024 at 1:10 pm

    I love this movie my grandson works for Laika he is in animation we spent our last talk just talking about Coraline. It’s coming out in August. Can’twait to see it.

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