My advice? Just go with ParaNorman. There's magic in it. show more
ParaNorman is an amusing but only fitfully involving animated caper. show more
It's freakishly funny, suddenly tender, gleefully macabre, genuinely scary, and full of a moral – fear turns weak people into bullies – which is dosed out so gently that it never tastes like medicine. show more
The movie was great , fantastic annimation.. A little overboard for the VERY young... But no need for all these Homophobes to reer their ugly heads with the public outcry. I am a happily married Hetero male who is secure enough in my own skin to admit that I am sick of all this Anti Gay rhetoric that shows up when in a simple children\'s movie has a character who admits he is a bit different. Most Children will have no problem with this until they see the reaction from their parents so it is in my opinion that the fault lies with the parents who introduce their children to this type of hate... And I say shame on you....
So all you stupid people who say they won\'t be taking their kids to see it because of the \"gay agenda\" being pushed on them just do yourself a favor and shut the *******. The movie was AWESOME, it had a great message about bullying without being in your face about it, adorable characters, and a perfect mixture of humor and a little bit of horror. And most importantly at the end when the jock reveals he\'s gay was phenomenal. Finally a non stereotypical gay man whose main characteristic wasn\'t being the token gay guy. So don\'t listen to prejudiced ********, go take your kids to an awesome family, feel good movie.
I woud of NEVER EVER took my daughter to see this if i knew about the Homosexual reference towards the end! That is a subject that does not belong in children films that are made for younger audiences - at the very least there should of been a warning or something in the marketing of the film ! Defintly would not recommend this movie to any of my friends who have kids