Hey Buzzfam!!! I recently made a random trip to the movies with one of my good friends and saw an amazing film: ParaNorman. I went in the theater with no expectations. To tell you the truth, I didn’t really know what ParaNorman was about. I just expected it to be a cardboard copy of the movie Monster House.
But the movie exceeded all my “expectations.” This movie has so many morals and lessons for people of all ages! It was also incredibly funny, thrilling, and heartwarming. But aside from the story, I automatically fell in love with the animation and soundtrack.
I kept trying to take in all the detail that was put into every character and setting. I really admire the craftwork that made this movie possible. Stop motion animation is definitely an amazing art. The graphics were terrific as well. I saw the movie in 3D and usually I HATE 3D movies. But the 3D in ParaNorman was done so perfectly; it wasn’t overpowering like how some 3D movies are.
The soundtrack was also amazing! The music captured every scene and created an immersive experience for the audience. I felt connected to the movie and the characters because of the music. The musical theme of the film is spectacular. It made me sad, happy, and hopeful. I love when movies have soundtracks that can instill these feelings in the viewers.
Overall, I think everyone should see ParaNorman. It’s not just a movie for kids. In fact, there were A LOT of adult jokes and a bit of naughty language! *gasp*
This movie is amazeballs! Stop reading this and go watch it!!
Did you see the movie? Do you wish you could talk to ghosts?
Hey Buzznet, my name is Kash. I'm a college student who loves music, writing, and just being with friends. Follow me as I blog about music, tv shows, and much more. I'm also a very friendly person so feel free to talk to me :)
I like singing, and being with friends and family, listening to music, writing songs and short stories
Crooklyn, Sweeney Todd, and anything else thats a drama or comedy.
Favorite TV Shows:
anime, cartoons, glee
The Chronicles of Narnia, The Giver, the hunger games, The Perks of being a Wallflower, Gregor the Overlander, The Fault in our Stars, Looking for Alaska