Written August 29, 2016
Be advice do not take kids that are too young comprehend sexual preferences, that comment at the end of the movie about the jock telling the girl about his boyfriend was not funny at all and unnecessary....it had no bearing on the story.... Definitely not small kid friendly movie, as a parent I have the right to explain to my 5 year old when and how about sexual preference and not talk on the car all the way home about something that can't be explained to a 5 year old....
Written April 30, 2016
This movie was terrific! They got everything right! The animation was beautiful, the characters were well developed, and the plot was good, if predictable. I would definitely recommend it to anyone, adult or otherwise, and I won't be surprised at all if it picks up a few Academy Award nominations.
Written March 01, 2015
I attended a showing of ParaNorman with a 10-year-old who found plenty of giggles and lots of smiles. Anyone who has ever had experience as an outcast will understand Norman's troubles. The dark and creepy parts weren't too scary, and the stop motion animation really brought all the characters to life with whimsy and wonder. The best stop-motion animation film? Perhaps not. Worth seeing? Absolutely!
Written August 26, 2016
I am not a fan of Coraline and this was made just like it. The kids LOVED it but as an adult I only thought it was so-so. There were some pretty funny parts though :)
Written August 18, 2012
The movie was nice, unfortunately a lot of bad words but the worst part about it is the fact that in a kids movie you have to show and say and insinuate the gay parts. Kids should not have to face this things they are too young. The fact that at the end of the movie the boy says i am going to introduce you to my boyfriend come on its a kid movie. Why do kids specially when kids are so young you want to introduce this.
It is not appropiate specially on a PG movie