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Kubo And The Two Strings (Blu-ray + Digital Download) 
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Young Kubo's peaceful existence comes crashing down when he accidentally summons a vengeful spirit from the past. Now on the run, Kubo joins forces with Monkey and Beetle to unlock a secret legacy. Armed with a magical instrument, Kubo must battle the Moon King and other gods and monsters to save his family and solve the mystery of his fallen father, the greatest samurai warrior the world has ever known.
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Last year was no exception. Disney delivered a double-whammy with ZOOTROPOLIS and MOANA, while a new anime movie, not produced by Studio Ghibli (who are currently in hiatus), has taken Japan by storm, YOUR NAME. Another animated film that came out in 2016 was KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS, the fourth feature from the stop-motion animators of Laika, who came into the spotlight with their excellent adaptation of Neil Gaiman's CORALINE (2009).
KUBO follows the story of the titular character, a young boy who's eye went missing as a baby. When the evil Sisters appear and wreck havoc on the village where he lives nearby, Kubo must flee and embark on a journey to find the missing armour that his mysterious father once wore if he is to defeat the sinister Moon King, Raiden. But he is not alone - accompanying Kubo are Monkey (Imperator Furiosa herself, Charlize Theron) and Beetle (Matthew McConaughey, who has truly had a career comeback over the past five years).
What I really like about KUBO is that it doesn't follow the same trends that some animated films are doing to death - no dated pop-culture references, no romantic subplots, no Oscar-bait songs and no obvious comedy sidekicks (there is some humour, but it's handle rather well).Read more ›
And yet the film did not do that well at the box office maybe the movie is just off centre of mainstream like all the previous Laika productions, probably a good thing I would hate the company having to compromise there innovative narratives in favour of reaching a broader audience.
All of the studios movies have a familer Dark edge to them and there is no exception in this movie.
My son is currently taking a degree in animation so we go and watch all the new releases often disappointed with what we see, usually the narrative let's an animated film down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really nice movie, took a minute to get used to the animation but it was beautiful to watch.Published 1 day ago by ahmed ammori
Fantastic film. I can't believe it's stop motion! Watch the.making off afterwards.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
A very beautiful animated feature full of colour and wonder - brilliant on a large TV and only missing 4k support but so much more enjoyable than in the cinema even.Published 2 days ago by Christopher John
Another well-made animated film from Laika. Probably second to Coraline which was a bit less "Hollywood". Lots of action and humour. Recommended viewing.Published 4 days ago by Skugzee
Great film, one of the best animation movies I've seen in the past few years. Good plot, amazing characters and lovely animation.Published 9 days ago by Paola
Wonderful animation film, I was delighted and moved. I was very disappointed this film did not win the Oscar as it is a great tale with a lot of imagination instead of falling into... Read morePublished 10 days ago by E. Junoy