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Current Rating: 3.72

Current Rating: 3.72

based on 164 votes and 42 reviews

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  • 5 stars A beautifully animated film, with an interesting story, a relatable heroine and all in all, a great experience.
  • 5 stars This movie was perfect! The stop motion was beautiful, the story was flawless, and overall a magnificent film! I could go on and on, but no one has that time!
  • Great film. Very creepy. My 5 year old daughter begged to see it and loved it. I'm sure she is an exception. I think we expect the bright and shiny to often from kids entertainment and program our kids to find anything as thought provoking as "bad film".
  • Great movie... I love it when it's creepy.
  • I thought that the movie was brilliant. Also, I am reading all of his books because of this exposure to his style and ideas.
  • AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
  • I actually enjoyed it more than I thought I would...
  • the movie is good but it isn't for young children under the age of 8 years old my brother was having night mares but he is only 6 years old! if you want your kid to watch the movie fine but i suggest their should be a parent or someone 16 and up!!!!! hope you enjoy this fantastic movie :D
  • I'm very surprised at the number of people who seem to be giving this movie a bad review because it is not suitable for their kids. It is no secret that this movie has mature themes and is not intended for young children. Animated does not equal kids movie. Parents are responsible for knowing what they are exposing their kids to. It's a brilliant movie, but it was not written for your young child.


Genre:  Fantasy | Running Time:  100 min.
Release date:  February 6, 2009 | On DVD/VOD:  July 21, 2009

Current rating: Rating: 3.72
based on 164 votes and 42 reviews
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Cast: Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith David, John Hodgman, Robert Bailey, Jr., Ian McShane