Watch before Viewing Mary and Max

Articles | 20 Oct 2010 | 5 comments

Before Mary and Max hits cinemas, takes a look at some of the best stop-motion classic...




Based on the book by Neil Gaiman, Coraline follows a young girl who moves to a house in the country with her self-involved parents. Bored with her life she explores her new surroundings, finding a secret door into another magical world of the Other Mother, who wants Coraline to stay with her forever. .

Fantastic Mr Fox



Responsible for some of the best films including Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums, Wes Anderson delves into the fantastic world of Roahl Dalh with big names actors such as George Clooney and Meryl Streep. An animated film clearly designed for adults - Fantastic Mr Fox is strikingly beautiful, witty, and hugely entertaining.


Chicken Run



Stepping away from Wallace and Gromit, Nick Park gives us a new hero: a cocky rooster that rules his newly-found roost by promising all the chickens that he'll save them from becoming human chow. It's one of those movies that has probably turned some children into vegetarians, at least for a day or two....


The Nightmare before Christmas



Tim Burton's 1993 classic s movie about the Pumpkin King's misguided attempt to take over Christmas may seem like a kid's movie, but anyone familiar with Burton's work will warn you to screen it for kids at your own peril (unless you enjoy talking kids down from bug-fueled nightmares). Dark, stylish, and memorable, pop this one in for your friends at the Christmas party for a naughty but nice change from the sappiness of It's a Wonderful Life.



  • ssconnolly

    All the films above are great. And Mary and Max is amazing, I would highly recommend it.

  • WildRose86

    Love all those films. Therefore Mary & Max must be brilliant.

  • Mr_Twist

    Must check out Mary & Max if its following in the footsteps of these classics

  • mandy

    I haven't seen Fantastic mr fox yet although I like the rest of the films. I also like Corpse Bride

  • Bigeamo

    I was a bit disappointed with Fantastic Mr Fox, but Nightmare before Christmas would be up there amongst my favourite movies ever. Corpse Bride is also exceptionally good, as is James and the Giant Peach.

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