Note the use of hashtag, so that when this goes onto Twitter, it will be properly picked up by the search feed. I feel very social-media/high-tech oriented, using it. =)
My eyes are still struggling to adjust properly to having watched the 3D version of "Coraline", but suffice it to say, it was AWESOME. I did not get a headache or feel sick, like other people I know; the 3D effect is disorienting though, and I can understand why that would happen. But given my past history with first-person shooters, where I get extreme vertigo and can't play them... let's say I was very pleasantly surprised that I didn't get sick while watching the movie.
I cannot remember whether they ever released a 3D version of "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids", although I have a vague recollection of seeing one, although that might have been part of a ride at Disney World. The last 3D movie that I have a distinct memory of seeing was "Captain Eo" starring Michael Jackson, which I saw in 1988 at the age of seven. The technology has improved immensely. =)
Overall, "Coraline" was incredibly creepy, incredibly well-animated and acted, and just a wonderful movie. I am so happy that someone managed to finally nail Neil Gaiman's literary vision onto the moving screen. I did wish that the mice sang in the actual film; I do think they sang in the credits, but I remember loving them singing in the book. I can't locate my actual copy of the book right now, and I suspect that it's in one of the fifteen or so boxes of books I have yet to unpack. (Why yes, we've been living here three years already; I have a lot of books...)
But anyway, can someone with a ready copy of the book handy, verify for me whether the mice in the novel version sang? That's my burning question now. =)
If you can go out and see it though, I highly recommend you do so. And if you've seen it, leave your opinion of it in the comments!