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Coraline remembered the good times at the Other World. The food was better, her toys interacted with her, little dinosaurs chattered their teeth, the pictures in her books withered and shimmered and there was a talking cat!
Coraline's other mother brought out a turkey and placed it on the table. The Other Mother turned to her, "He's in his study, darling. Dinner's almost ready.
Coraline went into the other study. Her other home was painted in peculiar colors, like neon pink and purple and black. There were pictures of half bitten apples and pictures of her other mother and other father with no little girl or boy.
She passed on and went to her other father. I'm starving! Coraline looked around the other study, everything was unpacked and the room was full of pictures of the Other Mother and the Other Father.
Coraline remembered what the Other Mother had done to her, she stole her real parents, and she forced buttons unto her eyes. She loved Coraline, but it was like a miser loved gold or a dragon loved its treasure.
It wasn't unconditional love or anything. Her mother called her out for lunch and Coraline came running in, her stone bouncing in her pocket.
Coraline's mother and father worked on computers and barely talked to each other or to Coraline herself. The dinner table was the only place the Jones really communicated and even then, things were silent.
Her father made a pizza with pineapples on it. Coraline poked her pizza with her fork but did not eat it. Her mother cleaned, while her father cooks.
He cooked things like dry turkey or Tortellini, but he did strange things to it like stuffing it with parsley or placing a weird sauce on it.
Coraline cooked herself a mini pizza. Coraline shook her head and ate her mini pizza. Mel looked at Charlie and raised an eyebrow.
Coraline could've sworn she heard her mother whisper, "Should we tell her? Coraline looked at her mother, unsure of what she may tell her.
It won't be long, only a day. Coraline thought for a minute, she knew that if she went, would that be the perfect chance for her other mother to kidnap her parents again?
But, she had the key thrown in the in the well and the little door that led to the other world was taped up with duck tape and blocked by a radiator.
So she decided yes and smiled at the thought. She would after all enjoy seeing her aunt, uncle and two cousins this week.
She hadn't seen them since she was very young and it would be very delightful to see them…or so she thought. Coraline threw her eaten mini pizza away and went upstairs to her bedroom, which was still silent.
She changed into her pajamas and sat on her bed, wondering what to do. I know, Coraline thought. She was going to see the Other World again, just to see if it was still in one piece.
She ran downstairs and pushed the radiator aside and pried the duck tape off as best as she could. The door led to a tunnel which led to another door.
She crawled down toward the door and pushed it open. The other living room was painted into a neon blue color and there was the same couch formed into a long caterpillar and a maple wood table with a box of what looked like it had chocolates in it.
Everything appeared to look the same as when Coraline first came into the Other World, but she had a feeling…. She went into the kitchen and found a strange woman cooking dinner when it was 9; 30 P.
She looked a whole lot like Coraline's aunt…but she was not sure. She could not believe this was happening again. The woman turned around…and she did look a whole lot like her aunt, but she had big blue buttons for eyes.
You're just in time for supper. Coraline backed away, unsure to think of her environment. She sorted through them carefully, and selected the oldest, biggest, blackest, rustiest key.
They went into the drawing room. She unlocked the door with the key. The door swung open. Her mother was right. It opened onto a brick wall. When they turned the house into flats, they simply bricked it up.
Advertisement Her mother shrugged. It was nearly dark outside now, and the rain was still coming down, pattering against the windows and blurring the lights of the cars in the street outside.
Coraline was disgusted. Coraline sighed. Then she went to the freezer and got out some microwave chips and a microwave minipizza.
That night, Coraline lay awake in her bed. The rain had stopped, and she was almost asleep when something went t-t-t-t-t-t.
She sat up in bed. Something went kreeee. She walked down the hall. Something moved. It was little more than a shadow, and it scuttled down the darkened hall fast, like a little patch of night.
Spiders made Coraline intensely uncomfortable. The black shape went into the drawing room, and Coraline followed it a little nervously.
That night, the ghost children appear in Coraline's dream to thank her for freeing them, but warn her that the Beldam, as long as she is alive, she will never stop looking for the key.
Coraline decides to drop it down an old well near her home, but before she does, the Beldam's severed hand attacks her.
Wybie, who has realized Coraline was telling the truth, arrives and, after a struggle, smashes the hand with a stone.
Coraline and Wybie throw everything into the well and seal it shut. Soon after, Coraline and her parents, who have finally finished their catalog, host a garden party for their neighbors.
Wybie brings his grandmother, Mrs. Coraline prepares to tell her about her sister's fate. Director Henry Selick met author Neil Gaiman just as Gaiman was finishing the novel Coraline , and given that Gaiman was a fan of Selick's The Nightmare Before Christmas , he invited him to make a possible film adaptation.
As Selick thought a direct adaptation would lead to "maybe a minute movie", his screenplay had some expansions, such as the creation of Wybie.
When looking for a design away from that of most animation, Selick discovered the work of Japanese illustrator Tadahiro Uesugi and invited him to become the concept artist.
One of Uesugi's biggest influences was on the color palette, which was muted in reality and more colorful in the Other World, similar to the film The Wizard of Oz.
Coraline was staged in a ,square-foot 13, m 2 warehouse in Hillsboro, Oregon. Every object on screen was made for the film.
Thousands of high-quality 3D models , ranging from facial expressions to doorknobs, were printed in 3D using the Polyjet matrix systems, which enable the fast transformation of CAD computer-aided design drawings into high-quality 3D models.
At its peak, the film involved the efforts of people,  including from 30  to 35  animators and digital designers in the Digital Design Group DDG , directed by Dan Casey, and more than technicians and designers.
The Other Father's singing voice is provided by John Linnell , one of the singers from the band. They had initially written 10 songs for the film; when a melancholy tone was decided, all but one were cut.
Coulais' score was performed by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra and features choral pieces sung by the Children's Choir of Nice in a nonsense language.
A 3-D version comes with four sets of 3-D glasses—specifically the green-magenta anaglyph image. A 3-D version of the film was also released on a 2-Disc Collector's Edition.
Total sales stand at over 2. The website for Coraline involves an interactive exploration game where the player can scroll through Coraline's world.
It was also nominated for the Webby "Movie and Film" category. It was released on January 27, , close to the film's theatrical release.
The website's critical consensus reads, "With its vivid stop-motion animation combined with Neil Gaiman's imaginative story, Coraline is a film that's both visually stunning and wondrously entertaining.
David Edelstein said the film is "a bona fide fairy tale " that needed a "touch less entrancement and a touch more Scott of The New York Times called the film "exquisitely realized," with a "slower pace and a more contemplative tone than the novel.
It is certainly exciting, but rather than race through ever noisier set pieces toward a hectic climax in the manner of so much animation aimed at kids, Coraline lingers in an atmosphere that is creepy, wonderfully strange and full of feeling.
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Coraline remembered being shaken violently on the floor before blacking out. The slight sensation of being carried was felt, but the blue haired girl saw nothing but blackness after that.
Coraline groaned as she slowly opened her eyes. The horrible pain in her throbbing head was back, and it was impossible to focus on the people in front of her.
Shortly after saying this, four people merged from the blurs in front of her eyes. Wybie, Mrs. Lovat, and Miss Spink and Forcible stared back at her.
Their eyes were wide and concern was written all over their faces. Miss Spink held an ice pack in her hand, slowly retracting her arm from Coraline's head.
It was quickly replaced by a grimace, and he looked away from the multiple cuts on her face and arms.
Lovat cut in. She turned to the two elderly actresses. The fall also gave her many cuts and bruises. Coraline slowly understood, and she painfully nodded her head.
Miss Forcible shook her head. We leave for a couple of hours, and look what happens to you! The year-old girl nearly jumped out of bed.
Did you seriously just call me that? It is your name," Miss Spink said casually, putting down the ice pack. Coraline glanced from Wybie to Mrs.
Lovat, surprised. But you were only gone a few hours? Miss Forcible crossed the room. Didn't you realize? My, that must have been a nasty fall Coraline silently thanked the Other World--as much as she hated the place--for its ability to alter time as it wished.
Remembering the Beldam's last attempt to kill her, she said, "It was. Coraline needs her rest," Miss Spink replied, following Miss Forcible to the door.
I'm really confused. The way everything had played out made no sense to her, especially the part where Miss Spink and Forcible--of all people--actually got her name right.
Wybie sat down on her bed next to her. Gramma and I had to drag you through the tunnel as quickly as we could before everything disappeared.
You're heavier than you look, you know. Normally, Coraline would have given him a good punch for saying that. She stared back at him.
Coraline let her eyes linger on the wall for a moment, then nodded. I don't know why. There was an awkward silence for a few moments, until Wybie decided to ask, "So how did the Other Mother Did she just fall through the floor in the end?
I found her heart that you were talking about. I destroyed it and I think that's what caused everything to disappear," Coraline explained, poking the largest wound on her arm.
Wybie nodded. Lovat replied. She got up slowly, making her way toward the door. Lovat had already exited the room, muttering something to herself about spiders.
Coraline folded her arms, wincing slightly. I just defeated a giant spider witch in this condition, so I think I have enough energy to walk. She smirked.
Without you telling me what to do, I probably wouldn't be here now. Wybie tried not to grimace of the idea of Coraline being killed by the Beldam.
You needed some extra help. Wondering why in the world she would do this, Coraline leaned over and kissed Wybie quickly on the cheek. Thank you.
Coraline gave him the most annoyed look she could muster. What are you waiting for? Since I'm apparently too 'hurt' to go outside, you can go now.
With her hands on her hips, Coraline stared at the little memorial made for Cat by a nearby tree. A large rock had been placed beside it, and written in chalk on the top was: 'CAT.
Smaller pebbles and various flowers had been placed around it. Coraline knew this statement on the rock was true, for the black cat that once wandered around the area seemed to never grow older.
His agelity and sense of hearing was as good as a very young cat. She smiled at the words again, taking a step back. Wybie awkwardly messed with his skeleton gloves, then said, "M-Maybe we should go back inside.
You're not--". A soft, cat like noise was heard behind them. Sucking in her breath, Coraline spun around. What she expected to be Cat, meraciously alive, was a black kitten much smaller than the deceased feline.
Coraline exchanged shocked glances with Wybie. The kitten had just appeared out of no where, and Coraline didn't remember seeing anything black out of the corner of her eye.
The kitten responded with another meow, then began to rub itself against the blue haired girl's legs. It was purring now, weaving around the two of them.
The next look that the kitten gave her held the same knowledge that Cat's eyes had. It didn't make a noise this time, but stared at them as if to say, 'I know everything.
Coraline knew that if a 'normal' person had looked at this kitten, that they would think nothing of it's look of wisdom. She managed a smile, and said, "I think it's a friend of Cat's.
Nodding in acknowledgment to the rock, Coraline turned to the Pink Palace. She was sitting in a large chair, not too far away from Coraline.
Meanwhile, Coraline is still uncomfortable around her neighbors. Active Themes. Home and the Familiar. The fog is thick, and Coraline finds herself walking in circles—she soon arrives back at the house, where she encounters the crazy old man from upstairs.
Again, Coraline rebuffs help and attention from a neighbor—even though she is aware that this person may be in a position to help or guide her. Coraline quickly gets bored of drawing.
She checks the door in the drawing room again and finds that it is locked. She goes to visit her father in his study, but he is too busy writing to talk or play with her.
Parents and Children. They invite her in for tea. The women are discussing how much they miss life on the stage and brainstorming roles they could play in their old age.
They warn Coraline to be careful, and Miss Spink gives Coraline a little talisman—a smooth stone with a small hole in it. As Coraline heads back to her own flat, she thinks to herself that the idea of being in danger sounds a little bit exciting.
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