Henry Selick’s stop-motion animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s beloved 2002 novella tells the story of a young girl who flees her humdrum family in favor of a fantasy realm where everyone is a lot more interesting, but soon discovers that her “Other Mother” has a terrifying agenda.
Gorgeous imagery and eccentric, thought-provoking notions courtesy of the one of the finest fantasy authors of our time make Coraline a contemporary classic and certainly among the best young adult movies.
Incredible production design and visual effects that still hold up today bolster Peterson’s breathtaking vision of a world where our dreams are going extinct.
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Japanese filmmaking has undergone a resurgence since the mid 1990s, raising hopes that the national cinema could enjoy another golden age.
In no particular order, here's our rundown of 20 of the best.
Most of these films are out of copyright or have been made available by their creators, and as far as we're aware they are legal; if that's not the case, please let us know. Nosferatu (FW Murnau, 1922) Wizened, ghastly Max Schreck played the archetypal Dracula figure in this classic of vampire cinema, with its still-compelling fusion of shilling-shocker thrill value and challenging Expressionist style. His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks, 1940) Motormouth comedy joy, with an exhilarating Charles Lederer script cranking the old Broadway play The Front Page up to something like warp speed.
Here’s a selection of Japanese films old and new that showcase the country’s culture and values.