I am SO disappointed that TMBG didn't end up with a much greater role in both the film and the soundtrack. I had such high hopes. --Mr. B. 12:47, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
- Me too. And we didn't find out until the movie was almost out, even though, based on how long the animation process takes, they must have been forced out at least a year ago. I actually would have paid to see this movie, but now, not so much. I was fascinated, however, when my wife told me she thought she heard their song in a commercial. I was just impressed she was able to pick them out! --Oddjob 14:27, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
i am a huge fan of coraline myself. i am a teenager and it is weird for me to like movies that are rated for younger kids. i went to see the movie with my mom and her two friends before i went to lazertag with my boyfriend and friends when the movie first came out in february 2009. i instantly loved it. usually i would be scared to watch the movie again because of some of the freaky parts but i soon became obsessed with it and now i own almost every peice of merchandise: clothing, posters, 2disc collecters edition dvd, soundtrack, autographed scripts, customized bedding, even the dolls! i even have pajamas complete with a coraline watch and a button eye sleeping mask. the movie and book were so good each sort of different but both thrilling! i hate when people trash it(though many dont)it makes me feel like they are not respecting my opinion. i suggest that evey one over age 10 should see it. i had a movie party last july showing the movie and everyone in my grade came. also my little sister's friends came. this is great sountrack that is peaceful, thrilling, and epic.