ParaNorman

ParaNorman
ParaNorman

Year

2012

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Norman Babcock is a boy much like any other - squabbling with his big sister and getting under his parents' feet. There's one thing that makes him different though: he sees ghosts. This doesn't present a problem, since they're mostly friendly sorts, but Norman can't help feeling frustrated that only his quirky friend Neil believes in these paranormal abilities. Upon learning about their town's gruesome history of witch executions and ancient curses, the boys - with the help of grizzly old Mr. Prenderghast - must defend the neighbourhood from a deadly invasion of zombies and ghouls and the wrath of a tortured spirit.

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Contains mild comic horror and violence, frightening sequences and innuendo.

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