16 March, 2009

Movie Review: Coraline (2009)

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by Iranian For Aryans.

“I watched this horror-fantasy stop-action claymation tale tonight. Like its predecessor, A Nightmare Before Christmas, I was very impressed. Both productions are macabre, phantasmagoric, and utterly wild in their conceptions and depictions of other-worldly scenes and places.

Essentially, this tale is one that centers around a situation that is “too good to be true.” Coraline, a pre-teen, bereft of parental attention and interaction, opens a small door in her house that leads to another dimension that is a saccharine replica of her world. In this nether-world, her every wish is fulfilled and she is beloved by everyone. Alas, all is not what it seems, as things are too good to be true, and every person and creature has frightful buttons on their eyes. Obviously, she triumphs, with the help of various friends, in defeating the evil soul-grabbing harridan who created this false world.”


  • 2 Responses to “Movie Review: Coraline (2009)”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      This ties in with what was said earlier about JEWS AND THEIR PRIZES:

      I read this book several years ago. I was unimpressed, and often bored.

      Then I read a selection of the author of “Coraline”, Neil Gaiman, from a book called “Wizards”. I was unimpressed. It was just recycled “Nightmare Before Christmas” (which was just OK, in my opinion).

      He is a prolific author, and has won all these prizes, but ALL OF HIS STUFF SEEMS TO BE RECYCLED THOUGHTS OF OTHERS. I found nothing original in his writings.

      And, of course,because Neil Gaiman, the author of the book, “Coraline” is a Jew, his fellow Jews have given him all these prizes, and he is so prolific because he just fools around with and rearranges the ideas of others.

      I would bet my house that there are better fantasy authors, who are not even given a chance, because they do not have the J-connection (or the H-connection [homosexual connection]).

    2. Thomas Says:

      Regarding Razib Khan’s post here


      someone needs to point out to him this: