Coraline

Movie • 2009 • Animation  

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When Coraline moves to an old house, she feels bored and neglected by her parents. She finds a hidden door with a bricked up passage. During the night, she crosses the passage and finds a parallel world where everybody has buttons instead of eyes, with caring parents and all her dreams coming true. When the Other Mother invites Coraline to stay in her world forever, the girl refuses and finds that the alternate reality where she is trapped is only a trick to lure her.
This movie contains 40 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
145 supporters
Yes
48
No
84
24
pingo1387
Several stuffed dogs are shown sitting on shelves, though no dogs die onscreen. A mouse is pierced and goes limp, turning into a rat as sand pours out. Nothing graphic.
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Unanswered Triggers
Abandonment
1
Two parents seem to disappear, like they're trapped, but come back after.
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Yes
6
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14
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KamiSteele
No, but the Beldam does attempt to manipulate Coraline into thinking hers did if that might be upsetting.
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0
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11
0
KamiSteele
Arguable. The Cat appears to be a stray that Wybie takes care of, but the Cat (who is sentient and speaks in the Other Mother's realm) doesn't really see himself as belonging to anyone, being independent and doing what he likes.
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Abuse
Yes
18
No
1
2
IoriSylvor
The "other" mother and her creations were a part of a world that was tailored towards isolating a child, and some abusive tactics were used to lure Coraline.
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JJEdison
coraline's parents are debatably neglectful and by the end, she puts in effort to save them and is shown to have a more positive relationship with them after the experience
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Is someone stalked?
11 supporters
Yes
80
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16
10
jessrose
in a sense the mother stalkers coraline. Wybie is also called a stalker
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11
Anonymous
the beldam is by no means kind to the other father but is not physically violent in front of coraline
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Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
31 supporters
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0
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13
Yes
0
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21
Yes
91
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15
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Pooper
The Other Mother may be triggering to survivors of parental abuse.
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Is someone abused with a belt?
5 supporters
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0
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10
Is a child abused?
54 supporters
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110
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0
14
Truedegenerate
Other mother symbolizes (and acts like) an abusive mother. She abuses coraline. The other three dead kids were abused. Coralines original parents are also neglected coraline.
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Addiction
Yes
0
No
102
Is there addiction?
6 supporters
Yes
3
No
88
11
kittycat789
Not really, though the mom and dad might be workaholics.
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Yes
7
No
91
17
DevinA
A character is perceived as an alcoholic but is really “just eccentric”
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
49 supporters
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0
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20
Does a horse die?
39 supporters
Yes
1
No
127
6
flaminghomosexual
i don’t think there’s even a horse in the movie
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
76 supporters
Yes
143
No
2
17
Anonymous
a rat
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Are animals abused?
91 supporters
Yes
29
No
72
7
The cat is thrown at the main antagonist towards the end of the movie.
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0
No
103
Yes
109
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2
10
ProfessorProcyon
Taxidermy dogs are seen.
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Is an animal sad?
34 supporters
Yes
4
No
9
2
KamiSteele
A sentient cat is a major character. While he does not speak outside of the Other Mother's realm, he does on the other side of the tunnel. He's mostly sarcastic, but he does express emotions like disappointment and fear. The most major example is when Coraline throws him at the Other Mother in an act of self-defense, which leads him to scratch her eyes out in panic (his hissing can be heard). A later scene has the cat act miffed about it until Coraline apologizes to him (he accepts).
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Are rabbits harmed?
29 supporters
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15
Does a cat die?
79 supporters
Yes
1
No
136
17
ProfessorProcyon
The cat is put in danger several times, but does not die.
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Does a pet die?
67 supporters
Yes
8
No
16
3
keiragrenier
Two of the other dancing mice are killed which are owned by Mr. Bobinsky
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Does a dragon die?
11 supporters
Yes
0
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120
2
ProfessorProcyon
No dragons are seen in the movie.
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Are there spiders?
25 supporters
Yes
152
No
3
13
Anonymous
the other mother ressembles a spider around the end of the movie
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Are there alligators/crocodiles??
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0
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14
Are there snakes?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
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110
Are there sharks?
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13
Are there bugs?
1 supporters
Yes
153
No
3
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Truedegenerate
Lots of bugs. It’s a central theme of the movie. The Other Mother also eats a beetle.
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Assault
0
Movies5821
No. She gets attacked by a cat ( not very gorey or aggressive)
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Is someone drugged?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
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17
Is there pedophilia?
52 supporters
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1
No
18
5
KamiSteele
There isn't any actual pedophilia, but the Other Mother's M.O. is highly evocative of child grooming. She essentially love-bombs her victims by providing what their parents couldn't give them with the intent of preying upon them later. While she isn't sexually abusive, it may be a trigger with this in mind.
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Is someone held under water?
8 supporters
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0
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16
Is rape mentioned?
35 supporters
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0
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15
Is someone beaten up by a bully?
9 supporters
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0
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16
Yes
42
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1
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KamiSteele
The Other Father's piano 'plays him', or in other words, it uses mechanical arms with gloves on the end that he wears to control his movements. While the first time this is seen it's played for whimsy, the second time it's played for horror as it's used to cover his mouth and wag its finger at him, before grabbing him by the head with both hands. A similar visual is seen again during the Other Father's death scene, where he's confined to a rampaging machine through similar mechanical arms, with his apologizing throughout. Coraline also gets trapped in a room hidden behind a mirror, and it's heavily implied this is where the ghost children have been kept this entire time. Coraline's parents also get kidnapped in the third act, and it's ultimately revealed the Beldam has been keeping them confined inside a snow globe hidden in plain sight.
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Yes
4
No
137
7
justbroth
no one is sexually assaulted.
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Is someone's mouth covered?
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Yes
8
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0
Yes
0
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14
Bodily Harm
Yes
4
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81
5
BellaRad
There is a part in the very beginning when a doll is being made that the Other Mother cuts open the mouth of the doll to re-stuff it
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10
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1
1
SPOILERS

A hand is cut off with a door. The hand then chases the main character, untill it is thrown into a well at the end of the movie.


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Are there dislocations?
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0
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10
Is there throat mutilation?
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9
Yes
57
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5
9
ProfessorProcyon
Coraline is almost strangled in one scene and audibly starts choking for a few seconds, but Wybie quickly rescues her. There is a red marking on her neck for the rest of the scene, but seems to be back to normal fairly quickly.
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Is there decapitation?
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12
Is there cannibalism?
19 supporters
Yes
66
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12
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ProfessorProcyon
The Beldam is implied to eat children, and she is fairly humanoid in appearance.
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Yes
3
No
19
3
other mother's hand gets severed from the rest of her body when coraline escapes through the door
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Is someone choked?
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1
No
8
Yes
1
No
88
7
ProfessorProcyon
Only the doll is burned, but it's non-sentient.
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Yes
2
No
61
2
ProfessorProcyon
In the book that this movie was based on, the Beldam was implied to have buried her own mother alive, but there is no mention of it in the movie.
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Is there body horror?
24 supporters
Yes
20
No
0
3
KamiSteele
Most of it is fantastic, but still potentially upsetting. It includes the constant threat of sewing buttons into eyes. Later during the third act, the 'other' versions of characters begin to revert to their true forms (ex. the Other Father grotesquely turning into a pumpkin).
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Is there amputation?
10 supporters
Yes
76
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3
12
XxXLunaHowlXxX
The other mother gets her hand choped off, though its metal, so its not graphic
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Yes
1
No
86
1
Rainbowunicats
Bugs are seen in the shower and they do get squished.
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
10 supporters
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0
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21
Is there a hanging?
18 supporters
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0
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72
3
No, but a character's clothes are seen hanging from a flagpole. It is implied they died.
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Does someone asphyxiate?
12 supporters
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1
No
20
Yes
6
No
87
9
ProfessorProcyon
The Other Wybie is briefly seen having his mouth stitched, which is a fairly creepy visual, but no damage to teeth themselves.
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Does someone become unconscious?
3 supporters
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Yes
1
No
8
Does someone break a bone?
11 supporters
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Yes
2
No
80
Does someone have a seizure?
4 supporters
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Yes
0
No
88
6
No, but If the allusion of it triggers you then yes. There is a moment where an acrobat descends, legs akimbo, above Coraline's head. She is holding a pair of clippers there.
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Yes
69
No
18
9
Anonymous
the other father breaks a mechanical hand and the beldam's hands turn into needles
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Is someone tortured?
49 supporters
Yes
83
No
20
12
jj88801
wybies face is sewn into a smile
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Does someone fall down stairs?
2 supporters
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0
No
29
9
kittycat789
Mr. Bobinsky jumps off of things because he is a gymnast but doesn't get hurt and there is also a scene with acrobatics but nobody falls or gets hurt.
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Yes
136
No
1
18
Lynxwithaharpn
It's not incredibly graphic and the act of doing so is never seen, but sewing buttons over eyes is mentioned pretty frequently.
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Is someone stabbed?
4 supporters
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0
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8
Is there excessive gore?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
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36
Children
Is an infant abducted?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
17
Does a kid die?
24 supporters
Yes
111
No
5
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Anonymous
Yes and no. There are 3 ghosts of kids that were killed by the witch. There's no scene of the witch actually killing these kids, just a mention. But the characters may be disturbing to some viewers.
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Is a minor sexualized?
50 supporters
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0
No
24
Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
1 supporters
Yes
0
No
8
1
audreypom
No, but there are bugs in Coraline’s shower that she squishes with her hands. Bugs are also a major theme in this movie, but no bedbugs in specific.
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Death
Does someone sacrifice themselves?
6 supporters
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Yes
17
No
0
Does a major character die?
9 supporters
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Yes
3
No
7
Does a non-human character die?
12 supporters
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Yes
12
No
2
Does someone die?
9 supporters
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Yes
9
No
1
Disability
Is the r-slur used?
18 supporters
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Yes
0
No
31
Yes
0
No
9
Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
32
Family
Yes
94
No
0
9
SimplySnazzy
(SPOILERS)
Kind of. Coraline's "Other Mother" tries to capture her in her house so she can eat them.
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Does a parent die?
7 supporters
Yes
47
No
50
14
Anonymous
the other father perishes while serving the beldam
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Does someone cheat?
12 supporters
Yes
0
No
79
3
flaminghomosexual
i don’t know what you mean by cheat but assuming it’s on a s/o no. there are some marital issues between coralines parents but there’s not cheating
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Yes
66
No
4
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ProfessorProcyon
A doll is torn apart in order to be reused in the opening scene, and it's later burned. Also, I don't know if they count as "toys", but the members of the other world are very doll-like, and they are destroyed in a variety of ways.
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Yes
11
No
0
2
KamiSteele
It's revealed that Wybie's grandmother had a twin sister who was also the previous victim of the Beldam in their youth, which she did not survive. The opening scene is the Beldam tailoring the doll from its previous appearance resembling the sister to one resembling Coraline. While this is a secondary character only seen at the end, it's made clear that this has impacted Wybie's grandmother, as she does not typically allow families with children to stay in the Pink Palace (only allowing Coraline's family due to an oversight), and is implied to be protective of Wybie.
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Fear
Yes
94
No
8
11
ProfessorProcyon
Most of the scary scenes in this movie are more visually unnerving (or unnerving by an psychological perspective) than startling, but I believe there were a few scenes that could be considered startling. One of the prominent examples is Coraline suddenly being grabbed by Other Spink and Forcible.
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Yes
65
No
20
5
Anonymous
the other father is controlled by the beldam
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Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
Yes
111
No
0
8
SomeoneisAwesome
The ghosts of three dead children. They are not scary but the way they died was rather scary.
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Are there clowns?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
83
2
Anonymous
A pond
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Is trypophobic content shown?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Are there razors?
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9
Yes
64
No
31
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starryesun
unsure why so many people said there isn't a shower scene, there's a scene where coraline is looking around the new house and turns on the shower with her clothes on and then promptly turns it off again due to bugs being on her wall.
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3
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9
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KamiSteele
Technically, since this is a stop-motion movie that uses dolls. However, the animation is fluid plus the human designs aren't too doll-like, meaning you probably won't be creeped out by characters you aren't intended to be creeped out by. That said, there are still creepy character designs. It's implied some of the Other counterparts have doll-like components, but the ones we see deteriorate on-screen have either animalistic qualities or are based on other inanimate objects. The button eyes may make it more uncomfortable. There is also a creepy doll that is used to spy on the Other Mother's targets.
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Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
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0
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39
Does someone vomit?
49 supporters
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7
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Se0Salt
It’s a super dry cough. I’m afraid of coughing and anything to do with vomit but it didn’t bother me at all ^^
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Is someone eaten?
14 supporters
Yes
7
No
3
3
KamiSteele
While this is not seen on-screen, the Other Mother explicitly eats her victims. The ghosts of her three previous victims are major characters, who mention she ate up their lives. Also, the cat mentions that maybe she wants someone to love, or maybe someone 'to eat.'
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Is there on-screen pooping?
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0
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9
Does someone spit?
5 supporters
Yes
1
No
78
3
AleMata
No fart or spit but Coraline does burp in one scene
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Is there audio gore?
24 supporters
Yes
1
No
44
0
Movies5821
Button eyes get scratched out of someone bc a cat but it’s really not gorey just some screams ( kind of more angry than hurt )
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Is there farting?
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0
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11
Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
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Yes
0
No
21
Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
37
Is there incarceration?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
7
LGBTQ+
2
KamiSteele
If it counts, Coraline initially refers to Wybie as 'Wyborne', which is what it is short for, and calls him 'Why-Were-You-Born'. Wybie isn't trans, but may still be upsetting.
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Are there transphobic slurs?
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0
No
9
Yes
0
No
8
Yes
0
No
7
0
KamiSteele
Spink and Forcible are confirmed to be a lesbian couple, but only outside the movie/book rather than anything in-text. They are not outed at any time.
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0
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10
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KamiSteele
Noooot really. There is a bit early on where Spink checks out the moving guys, and, while not explicit in the movie or book, is confirmed by Gaiman to be in a relationship with Forcible. However, it's unclear whether this really counts as cheating.
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Loss
Is a priceless artifact destroyed?
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0
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6
Medical
Is electro-therapy used?
1 supporters
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0
No
76
Yes
104
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3
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Truedegenerate
Sewing needles. The entire opening is sewing a doll up with a sewing needle with fingers that also look like needles
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Is there a mental institution scene?
14 supporters
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0
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76
Is there a hospital scene?
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Yes
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74
Is there menstruation?
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Yes
0
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9
Does someone have cancer?
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Yes
0
No
80
Mental Health
Does someone suffer from PTSD?
24 supporters
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Yes
0
No
30
Does someone have a mental illness?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Does someone self harm?
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34 supporters
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Yes
0
No
88
Is autism misrepresented?
14 supporters
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Yes
0
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9
Is a mentally ill person violent?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
40
Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
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0
No
9
Yes
0
No
13
2
KamiSteele
The Other Mother's realm uses surreal imagery that is initially whimsical, such as a literal gravy train or a milkshake dispenser in the kitchen. However, as the film progresses it becomes increasingly distorted, especially once it starts decaying and deteriorating. One scene also shows that if you try to talk away from the house it'll eventually become a white void before leading straight back from where you came.
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Does someone have a meltdown?
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1
No
4
Yes
6
No
24
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FlynnFoxx
I do believe there is a slight crunch when the other mother eats a beetle, however, for those who have misophonia it may be something to be aware of, however it didn't bother me at all.
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Is there ABA therapy?
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0
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8
Is there body dysphoria?
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0
No
9
Yes
11
No
72
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charcolor
There is body horror, but no body dysmorphia.
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Gab
No but the other mother says “I’ll die without you”
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Yes
8
No
61
5
ProfessorProcyon
Coraline is visibly frightened in several scenes, but I don't think any anxiety attacks actually happen.
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Anonymous
there is a tube connecting coraline's world and the other world, she's seen going through it a few times, around the end the stakes are higher, though.
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KamiSteele
There are no ED references. However, there might be a potential trigger, in that it's established early on that Coraline's father makes unappealing 'recipes', with her skipping a meal rather than eating his cooking. This is something the Other Mother uses to manipulate Coraline, as she habitually offers her a large amount of appetizing food in order to gain her trust. It's not ED, it's just that Coraline's dad isn't a good cook. Still, worth taking into consideration!
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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Yes
0
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57
7
ProfessorProcyon
No, although some characters sacrifice themselves (or are willing to sacrifice themselves) for others.
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Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
13 supporters
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Yes
7
No
0
Are there underwater scenes?
5 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Does a baby cry?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
37
Is there shakey cam?
19 supporters
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Yes
5
No
63
Is there screaming?
1 supporters
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Yes
9
No
0
Is there obscene language/gestures?
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13
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flaminghomosexual
sort of... in the spider web scene at the end it’s fairly flashy but i’m not sure if its in the way that you’re thinking of
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Paranoia
4
KamiSteele
The Other Mother's MO involves watching her victims live out their lives, then giving them exactly what they want when they arrive in her realm. She specifically uses the doll version of them to do it.
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Is the fourth wall broken?
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1
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26
Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
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0
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26
Is there childbirth?
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Yes
0
No
68
Are there abortions?
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Yes
1
No
69
Are there babies or unborn children?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
23
Does someone miscarry?
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Yes
0
No
72
Does a pregnant person die?
7 supporters
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0
No
66
Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
22 supporters
Yes
5
No
59
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KamiSteele
It's revealed through posters in their home that Spink and Forcible were burlesque actresses in their youth. When we're introduced to their Other counterparts later, they start out barely clothed in their present older heavyset selves, where they sing a musical number about, essentially, whether men prefer large breasts or large butts. As the performance goes on, they shed their skins to become how they looked when they were younger and more conventionally attractive.
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1
No
66
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KamiSteele
While not 'first' in the traditional sense, the previous victim of the Beldam before Coraline was black. The movie opens with the Other Mother taking the doll, which initially looks like the girl in question, and resewing it so that it looks like Coraline in preparation for her arrival. Wybie is also black (in fact, the girl was his great-aunt). While he survives to the end, his Other counterpart is the first to die, albeit offscreen.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
24 supporters
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Yes
0
No
52
Yes
0
No
57
Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
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Yes
0
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35
Is there hate speech?
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Yes
0
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64
1
KamiSteele
There is a Russian character named Bobinsky, and he's mostly portrayed as a 'goofy foreigner' type character who speaks in broken English with a heavy accent. He's depicted as being eccentric in a similar way as the other neighbors (he's an ex-gymnast who is training a mouse circus and has an obsession with beets). Coraline's mom initially assumes he's drunk, but no, he's just weird. There is a subtle visual joke about his having done work cleaning up Chernobyl, but it's easy to miss. I honestly don't know if anyone is hugely offended by Bobinsky, but worth mentioning.
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Yes
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SiRenfield
Miss Spink and Forciful who were confirmed to be a lesbian couple by Neil Gaiman survive the movie albeit you could argue their Other World counterparts do not
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ocean186
I don’t know why there’s so many people saying no. Coraline calls Wybie a “psycho” and Wybie calls Coraline “crazy” because he thinks she’s having delusions.
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Are there n-words?
11 supporters
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0
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59
0
stickybee
can you imagine
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Is there aphobia?
8 supporters
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8
Race
Is there blackface?
9 supporters
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8
Relationships
Is there a large age gap?
19 supporters
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26
Religious
Is religion discussed?
7 supporters
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6
Are there demons or Hell?
7 supporters
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4
Sex
Yes
35
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18
Truedegenerate
spink and forcible put on a musical and acrobatic performance dressed as mermaids. Coraline makes a comment on how they’re practically naked. Spink has a mermaid tail and shell bra. Forcible has pretty large blue gem pasties covering her nipples and also her b**t a bikini bottom on the front. Both of they ladys’ chests jiggle a lot throughout the performance. Not too bad.
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jdpamv
Unlikely that the intent is to arouse but the musical scene sexually objectifies Spink and Forcible and there’s a line about how one of them is “too large in the chest.”
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jdpamv
Partial breast exposure in one scene but the nipples are covered with glitter (and it turns out that they're not real, either).
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Is there bestiality?
41 supporters
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10
Is there BDSM?
0 supporters
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6
Does someone lose their virginity?
6 supporters
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9
Are there incestuous relationships?
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40 supporters
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1
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75
Sexism
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23
Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
4 supporters
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20
Does someone have a chronic illness?
7 supporters
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3
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8
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
16 supporters
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11
Is someone terminally ill?
10 supporters
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6
Social
Is someone homeless?
3 supporters
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21
Are there anti-abortion themes?
15 supporters
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7
Are there fat suits?
10 supporters
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4
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7
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KamiSteele
There is a visual that might be evocative of it. Other Spink and Forcible start their performance as their current older and heavyset selves. However, they later 'unzip' from the head, as if removing a costume, to reveal their younger, thinner selves underneath.
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Is existentialism debated?
5 supporters
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5
Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
1 supporters
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KamiSteele
There is one, but you can easily skip over it without missing anything. After the end credits, a short animation of paper mice plays that isn't plot important but is visually appealing. Shortly after, text appears on the screen reading "For those in the know: jerk wad." This was intended for a contest during the US theatrical run, where it was a code for the chance to win a pair of limited edition Coraline-themed shoes. The contest has ended, so sorry to anyone who wanted to enter. The credits themselves have some fun animations of Spink and Forcible's dogs.
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Does it have a sad ending?
21 supporters
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
3 supporters
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11
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57
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MicahRuiz
A car crash is mentioned, and the character involved is in a neck brace, but nothing is shown. It happened before the film takes place.
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Anonymous
Honk
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Does a plane crash?
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66
Is someone hit by a car?
5 supporters
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63
Violence
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KamiSteele
No, but a character is wearing a medal that was handed out to first responders doing cleanup in Chernobyl, if stuff involving nuclear power bothers you. It's never referenced in dialogue, though.
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ProfessorProcyon
No realistic gore, but there is stuffing seen coming out of doll-like characters.
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Does someone drown?
9 supporters
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Anonymous
the other father is turned into lifeless stone after descending into the lake
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Is there gun violence?
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