Academy Award® Nominee
A small town comes under siege by zombies. Who can it call? Only misunderstood local boy Norman , who is able to speak with the dead. In addition to the zombies, he'll have to take on ghosts,... View more >
scary action and images, thematic elements, some rude humor and language
Starring Leslie Mann, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse... View more >
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A weird little animated from the same people as "Coraline." The film centers on a kid named Norman who is an outcast by other people and fellow student because he has the ability to talk with ghosts. His ability could come in handly when a major theat hit his town; which involves a incident some 300 years ago and a group of zombies.I happen to like the movie. I also happen to Iike the kid Norman, whose is a stand out in the town and this movie. But what character that I love the most surpasses Norman and that's the little girl towards the end of the movie that Norman had a bond with.She's the best thing about this movie.
I brought the kids to see ParaNorman and we all liked it. It's a quirky little movie that doesn't try too hard to meet you halfway, you just have to like it or not.
It started off a little slow but picked up as it went along. It's not sugar-coated like Disney, but it is a movie the whole family can enjoy. It is very good, but you can see it now or wait until it comes out for rental. It was really good on the big screen. Enjoy.
We seen it in 3-D, was not worth it. I agree you either like it or not, we didn't.
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