Coraline

Movie • 2009 • Animation  Report
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ProfessorProcyon
Taxidermy dogs are seen.
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penguin1387
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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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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heibonna
a rat
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The cat is thrown at the main antagonist towards the end of the movie.
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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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ProfessorProcyon
No dragons are seen in the movie.
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flaminghomosexual
i don’t think there’s even a horse in the movie
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ProfessorProcyon
The cat is put in danger several times, but does not die.
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heibonna
the other mother ressembles a spider around the end of the movie
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kittycat789
Not really, though the mom and dad might be workaholics.
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DevinA
A character is perceived as an alcoholic but is really “just eccentric”
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heibonna
the other father breaks a mechanical hand and the beldam's hands turn into needles
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jj88801
wybies face is sewn into a smile
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ProfessorProcyon
Only the doll is burned, but it's non-sentient.
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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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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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ProfessorProcyon
The Beldam is implied to eat children, and she is fairly humanoid in appearance.
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XxXLunaHowlXxX
The other mother gets her hand choped off, though its metal, so its not graphic
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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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heibonna
the other father perishes while serving the beldam
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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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blazbluedragon
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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SimplySnazzy
(SPOILERS) Kind of. Coraline's "Other Mother" tries to capture her in her house so she can eat them.
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jessrose
in a sense the mother stalkers coraline. Wybie is also called a stalker
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heibonna
the other father is controlled by the beldam
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SomeoneisAwesome
The ghosts of three dead children. They are not scary but the way they died was rather scary.
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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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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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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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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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charcolor
There is body horror, but no body dysmorphia.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, although some characters sacrifice themselves (or are willing to sacrifice themselves) for others.
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ProfessorProcyon
Coraline is visibly frightened in several scenes, but I don't think any anxiety attacks actually happen.
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Pooper
The Other Mother may be triggering to survivors of parental abuse.
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Gab
No but the other mother says “I’ll die without you”
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heibonna
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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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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Does a baby cry?
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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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Are there incestuous relationships?
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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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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
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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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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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heibonna
the beldam is by no means kind to the other father but is not physically violent in front of coraline
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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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ProfessorProcyon
No realistic gore, but there is stuffing seen coming out of doll-like characters.
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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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heibonna
the other father is turned into lifeless stone after descending into the lake
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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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