Brendan Fraser stars as Stu Milely,a mild-mannered cartoonist whose most famous creation is the anarchic Monkeybone. After an accident Stu wakes up in the fictional world he created, and soon realises Monkeybone has taken over his body in the real world,
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Henry Selick’s Monkeybone is another of the director’s brave experiments in combining various forms of animation following his successes with The Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach. Two-dimensional, stop-motion, CGI and muppetry effects whizz by with casual dazzle, but sometimes a collection of great ideas isn’t just enough for moviegoers, and audiences summarily dismissed Monkeybone at the cinema. Shame really, because the eye-popping design deserves as big a screen as possible to drink it all in.
Happy to have just sold his character Monkeybone to a television company, cartoon artist Stu Miley (Brendan Fraser) is getting ready to propose to his girlfriend Julie (Bridget Fonda) when he is involved in a terrible accident. Sinking deep into a coma, Stu is then joined by Monkeybone in an unlikely journey in a bizarre nightmare realm. But Monkeybone escapes from the dream and begins creating all kinds of libidinous havoc in the real world. Can Stu somehow find a way back and put a stop to this animated simian chaos?