Coraline [Edizione: Regno Unito] [Reino Unido] [DVD]
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Based on Neil Gaimans international best-selling book and helmed byThe Nightmare Before Christmasdirector Henry Selick. In the film, a young girl (voiced by Dakota Fanning) walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life--only much better. But when this wondrously off-kilter, fantastical adventure turns dangerous, and her counterfeit other mother (voiced by Teri Hatcher) tries to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her stubborn determination, bravery, the aid of her neighbours and a talking black cat to save her real parents and some ghost children and to get back home.
Detalles del producto
- Relación de aspecto : 1.85:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Dimensiones del producto : 13.5 x 1.5 x 19 cm; 80 gramos
- Número de modelo del producto : 0123GJXSSNQ
- Formato multimedia : Importación
- Actores : Coraline
- Subtitulado: : Húngaro, Holandés
- Subtítulos: : Inglés, Árabe, Danés, Finlandés, Húngaro, Holandés, Sueco, Islandés, Noruego
- Estudio : Universal Pictures
- ASIN : B002DUCIDC
- Número de discos : 1
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº10,788 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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Revisado en España el 14 de marzo de 2022
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La calidad de imagen y sonido, desde mi punto de vista, es excelente.
No defrauda el 3D y la imaginación visual en la que se desarrolla la película es desbordante.
Se puede visualizar en un castellano perfecto.
Como siempre que realizo una crítica no hablo de la película. No soy cinéfilo.
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From the visionary director of ‘THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS,’ and based on Neil Gaiman's best-selling book, comes this spectacular stop-motion animation adventure! Coraline Jones [Dakota Fanning] is bored until she finds a secret door and discovers an alternative, better, version of her life on the other side. When this seemingly perfect world turns dangerous, and her other parents, including her Other Mother [Teri Hatcher] try to trap her forever. Coraline must use her resourcefulness, determination and bravery to escape this perilous world and her family.
FILM FACT: Awards and Nominations: Academy Awards®: Nominated: Best Animated Feature for Henry Selick. American Film Institute Awards: Won: Best 10 Movies. Annie Awards: Won: Best Music in an Animated Feature Production for Bruno Coulais. Won: Best Character Design in a Feature Production for Shane Prigmore and Shannon Tindle Won: Best Production Design in a Feature Production for Christopher Appelhans; Tadahiro Uesugi. Nominated: Best Directing in a Feature Production for Henry Selick. Nominated: Best Voice Acting in a Feature Production for Dawn French. Nominated: Best Character Animation in a Feature Production for Travis Knight. Nominated: Best Storyboarding in a Feature Production for Chris Butler. Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards: Nominated: Best Animated Feature. BAFTA® Awards: BAFTA Awards: Best Animated Film. BAFTA® Children Awards: BAFTA Awards: Best Animated Film. Golden Globe® Awards: Nominated: Best Animated Feature Film. Honoured with Special Achievement Award for Martin Meunier and Brian McLean for their Rapid Prototyping advances.
Voice Cast: Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith David [Cat], John Hodgman, Robert Bailey, Jr., Ian McShane, Aankha Neal, George Selick, Hannah Kaiser, Harry Selick, Marina Budovsky, Emerson Tenney, Jerome Ranft, Christopher Murrie, Jeremy Ryder, Carolyn Crawford and Yona Prost
Director: Henry Selick
Producers: Alex Heineman, Bill Mechanic, Claire Jennings, Harry Linden, Henry Selick, Mary Sandell and Michael Zoumas
Screenplay: Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman (book)
Composer: Bruno Coulais
Cinematography: Pete Kozachik
Video Resolution: 1080p
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and French: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
Subtitles: English SDH, Latin American Spanish and Canadian French
Running Time: 101 minutes
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Universal Pictures
Andrew's Blu-ray Review: In the tradition of the Brothers Grimm and the stop-motion animation style of my childhood, 'CORALINE 3D' is a much more serious film than the trailers would have us believe. There's no way around this other than to write that the film is a children's tale not really meant for children. Teetering between fantasy and horror, the nightmare-inducing puppetry is only half of the scare factor. The other half, and arguably its best feature, is a story that is actually creepy and frightening - something that's sadly missing from modern horror in general. Henry Selick, the director of 'The Nightmare before Christmas' brings life to Neil Gaiman's award-winning novella, with a stunning visual mastery that somehow makes all the grotesque imagery rather attractive and captivating.
Feeling bored and neglected, Coraline [Dakota Fanning] decides to explore her new apartment while her parents [Teri Hatcher and John Hodgman] continue in their time-consuming work. Walking the grounds, she meets the odd Wybie [Robert Bailey, Jr.], the two eccentric downstairs neighbours [Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French], and the Russian gymnast who lives upstairs [Ian McShane]. Back inside the house, she discovers a mysterious secret door that leads to a parallel universe much like her own. Only there, everyone at the Pink Palace Apartments lives to endlessly provide and entertain her. But soon, the black buttons, which serve as their eyes in this world, give way to more sinister intentions. With the help of a talking black cat [Keith David], Coraline must defeat the grasps of this "other world" and get back home.
There are no surprises or twists in the plot and it's all very familiar ground, in fact, but 'CORALINE 3D' is nonetheless a loving tribute to the art of filmmaking itself. We're not watching the story as much as musing and gawking at the beautiful artistry that went into blending the charming and delightful with the creepy and frightful. There is such a great amount of attention placed on the details that it becomes almost trance-like, and it all works to enhance the narrative. We don't need anyone to explain that Coraline's parents are busy. They just are. We learn more about the downstairs women by looking at pictures and their collection of taxidermy Scottish Terriers. And watching the world of her Other Mother change appearance is scarier than requiring an explanation for her existence.
Again, this may be more than what younger viewers can handle, despite giving the impression of being a children's movie. All the same, the film does arrive with the unsurprising and inevitable moral conclusion typical of the genre. And this is not so much a hindrance as it is expected five minutes into the movie. No matter, 'CORALINE 3D' knows how to play its cards right and lives up to that cautionary proverb we grew up hearing from parents and now repeat to our own children: "Be careful what you wish for." With an animation style that's both adventurous and strange, Henry Selick's newest work of art is very much a modern-day fairy tale and one which will only grow in appreciation with time. It's fanciful, imaginative, and contemplative. But it's also weird, eccentric and even freakish. A really terrific mix for a fun 3D animation film.
Not since 'A Nightmare Before Christmas' has an animated film been so visually captivating. But rather than repeating the success of its predecessor, Henry Selick's 'CORALINE 3D’  gives audiences a darker undertone, where wish-fulfilment suddenly turn into true a nightmare. It's a beautifully immersive experience about a young girl learning to be clever, resourceful, and mature about her outlook on life. Only, parents, be sure that the little tykes can handle some of the film's more disturbing aspects.
Blu-ray Video Quality – Almost two years since 'CORALINE 2D' first appeared in high definition, Pictures UK now brings the highly-imaginative stop-motion film to the 3D realm. The results are terrific though not quite the knockout experience I expected and not without some minor issues along the way. On the other hand, the majority of the 1080p encoded image runtime is strong and a great treat for the eyes. Presented in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio, the picture arrives with pitch-perfect contrast levels, providing wonderful clarity and visibility of things in the distance as well as in close-ups. The finest details are stunningly consistent and distinctly sharp. Textures in various objects are remarkable and incredibly lifelike, which seem to jump out of the screen in many scenes. From individual threads in articles of clothing to separate strands of hair atop each character, everything is crystal clear and superbly detailed. Colours possess an extraordinary pop and energy in spite of the darkened lenses of the shutter glasses. Whether we're in the drab and drained real world or the vibrantly exciting universe of Other Mother's house, the diverse palette on display is vividly saturated and accurate. Blacks are inky and profound with excellent delineation in the darkest shadows. The reason for going over to the 3D version is that the image has now added with a few awesome gimmick shots thrown in for good measure. Some of the best moments are when Coraline enters the little door and crawls through the colourful tube into Other Mother's world. Also, the last half-hour of the movie as that world is slowly dissolving away is when the Blu-ray really shines in terms of three-dimensional depth. So all in all the 'CORALINE 3D' is still a fantastic presentation sure to make many fans and 3D enthusiasts happy with the picture quality.
Blu-ray Audio Quality – The 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack arrives with resounding clarity, precision, and depth, the sound mix is impressive as it reaches the higher pitches without a loss in detail and an active surround presence that is at a near constant. The front soundstage is expansive and evenly balanced with crystalline dialogue reproduction and wonderful transparency. Atmospheric effects and non-directional cues are sharp and fluid, enveloping the listener convincingly. Interior scenes exhibit terrific spaciousness and acoustics, generating an amazing environment that's eerily authentic. The original score by Bruno Coulais and They Might Be Giants is warm and inviting, using the entire system to draw the audience into this fantastical world. Low bass is richly polish and responsive, adding a palpable realism to each scene and musical number. Accompanying the great 3D picture quality of 'Coraline 3D' is that the track is simply amazing, offering audiences a terrific and immersive aural experience that matches perfectly the fantastical elements of the film.
Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:
Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Henry Selick and Composer Bruno Coulais: Director Henry Selick and composer Bruno Coulais discuss various aspects of the film's production, from adapting Neil Gaiman's novella, cast choices, LAIKA's extraordinary animation work, and of course, the musical score. The commentary is fairly standard, offering information you can find elsewhere in the package, but the affability of the two men keeps it from being utterly boring and maintains interest.
Deleted Scenes  [9:00] With brief introductions from Henry Selick, this collection arrives with finished animation and voiceovers, which was a nice surprise. Only two scenes were actually removed from the final product, while the rest are mostly extended sequences that really don't affect the narrative either way. Still, they're interesting to watch for anyone curious.
Special Feature: The Making of Coraline  [36:00] There are no surprises in this informative documentary that examines different areas of the film's pre-production and its end result. Henry Selick hosts the majority of the runtime with behind-the-scenes footage showing the cast in recording sessions and the creative team working on the animation. Viewers have a choice of either watching the feature in its entirety or selecting specific areas as individual short segments. Other contributors are Neil Gaiman, Maddy Gaiman, Tom Proost, Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Saunders, Teri Hatcher, Dawn French, John Hodgman, Georgina Hayns, Jeremy Spake, Suzanne Moulton, Deborah Cook, Lee Bo Henry and Matt Sanders.
Special Feature: Voicing the Characters  [11:00] A self-explanatory documentary that has Henry Selick and the cast members talking about their experiences working on the film, the various characters, and developing unique voices for each. Other contributors are Keith David, Dakota Fanning, Dawn French, Teri Hatcher, John Hodgman, Ian McShane and Jennifer Saunders.
Special Feature: Creepy Coraline [1080p] [6:00] Author Neil Gaiman and director Henry Selick host this rather short look at the film's unique and grim visual elements. Honestly, this is an okay documentary, but it's very brief and easy to sit through.
D-Box Motion Code: This feature is for folks who can afford D-Box Integrated Motion Systems.
Finally, taking audiences into a world where wishes become nightmares, 'CORALINE 3D' is the newest animated film from visionary director Henry Selick. Adapted from the novella by imaginative author Neil Gaiman, the film is a splendid and astounding visual delight with a narrative that's genuinely - and appreciably - terrifying, one that may not work well with younger viewers. The 3D Blu-ray edition arrives with great awesome picture quality, despite a few minor drawbacks in the presentation. The high-resolution audio remains the same awesome experience as before for an animated feature, and the supplemental package mirrors its predecessor. Only those willing to make the jump into the 3D realm will want to add this to their collection, while owners of the previous 2D version will be sort of satisfied with their original purchase, but I feel you are losing a hell of a lot in not going for the 3D awesome experience, which are absolutely stunning and this 3D Blu-ray is such an honour to add to my Blu-ray Collection, as every time I view this 3D Blu-ray, I see other stuff I missed before. Very Highly Recommended!
Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Aficionado
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Coraline is a teenage girl whose parents have just moved to an old house in a remote area. Both of them are totally preoccupied with their work, which leaves her plenty of time to roam around the house and the area outside looking for something to do. In the process she meets a variety of eccentric individuals who are now her neighbours. And finds a passage into another world. A world not unliks the one she knows. But everyone and everything there seems to be much nicer and much more fun.
If you can overlook the fact that they have buttons for eyes.
But when Coraline discovers that her mother in this new world has plans for her, the old phrase about being careful what you want because you just might get it becomes very true indeed.
As mentioned it tries to be a traditional scary story, and in that respect it succeeds superbly. Because there very frightening monsters for coraline to face and a real sense of jeopardy as she does so. All told by a master storyteller who succeeds in creating a character you can root for and situations that will keep you gripped. And in addition this is a work from a talented director who succeeds at bringing it to the screen, making it work as a movie, and giving you a visual treat to go with it.
There's also a very talented voice cast who all bring their characters to life.
Quality storytelling and superb animation make this a treat for those of all ages who love a good story. Although parents be aware that this is a pg rather than u certificate as there are scary moments that whilst some children may love others, especially the very young, may find a bit too much.
The dvd has language tracks in english hungarian and dutch
And subtitles in english arabic danish dutch hungarian icelandic norwegian and swedish
There's a commentary from the director and the composer of the film's musical score.
Eight minutes worth of deleted scenes. All are good but dont serve the story that much and were cut for pacing reasons. You can only watch these all at once rather than one at a time and as each has an introduction from the director it does get a bit repetitive.
There's a thirty six minute long making of the movie documentary. This can be watched all at once or in smaller sections of roughly six to eight minutes each. Covering all aspects from voice acting to puppet making and puppet costumes and how stop motion animation works this is very interesting viewing and well worth a look.
The second disc in this two disc edition has a 3D version of the movie and the box contains several pairs of 3D glasses to go with it. I'd refer you to the other reviews here that talk about the quality of the 3D because they know far more about the subject than me and my eyesight isn't great so I'm probably not the best person to evaluate it.
But all in all a great bit of film making and a dvd well worth getting. The only extra thing in the two disc version is the 3D copy though so if you can live without that you'd be okay with the single disc edition.
Unfortunately, 3D televsions using polarised light are not yet available. 3D DVDs from Spy Kids 3D onwards have had to rely on a more primitive red/green colour filters, and this is nothing like as effective as the cinema version. The good news is that 3D televisions are being developed, and at least one UK broadcaster is planning to launch a 3D channel. When that happens, we can look forward to the 3D experience we already get in cinemas.
This package has both the 3D and 2D versions of the film, so if you find the 3D experience strains your eyes, you can always switch to the 2D version. It's worth a try, though, for that "added dimension".
The differences between this proper 3D version and the anaglypth edition are astounding, no more ghosting, colours are all solid and look fab, brightness and contrast are good despite the dimming effect of the glasses, everything now looks really detailed, in an early scene you could see fine intricate detail within the fabric that one of the puppet characters was wearing, there was very good 3D depth and the occasional use of 3D popout, all in all this is a really enjoyable film, nicely voiced by the cast that includes Dakota Fanning and Teri Hatcher and its directed by the guy who made The Nightmare Before Christmas, good atmospheric music score too, maybe a little too scary for very young children, depends really, i'd recommend parents watch it first and decide for themselves or watch it with the children, i'm a grown up forty something child and really enjoyed the movie, this is a huge upgrade over the old paper glasses version of the film and at this low price ( currently just over £4 ) i recommend it.
I know Amazon sometimes lumps these reviews in with the wrong version of the film so let me just add that this review is for the blu ray 3D version that can be viewed using active shutter glasses only.