PG-13 | | Animation, Drama, Fantasy
This was the seventh time that Liam Neeson has voiced a CGI character. The first three were for Aslan in the Chronicles of Narnia franchise, the fourth as Phango in Khumba (2013), and the fifth was Good Cop/Bad Cop in The Lego Movie (2014), he also voiced Fujimoto in the english Ponyo (2008)
Conor: How does the story begin?
The Monster: It begins like so many stories. With a boy, too old to be a kid. Too young to be a man. And a nightmare.
When Conor and his dad have a conversation in the car, Conor's seat belt is on at first, disappears, and reappears a few times between shots.
The North American DVD and Blu-ray releases slow down the film's audio pitch at 4%. However, the film remains normal-pitched on digital platforms.
$30,909 (USA) (23 December 2016)
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