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FRAUD AT NEW YORK TIMES!! Coraline 3D receives great review; John Hodgman only mentioned once!!


OK, it's now clear that there's a full blown conspiracy at the New York Times to minimize the contribution of John Hodgman to the success of Henry Selick's Coraline. Whatever journalistic integrity the Times may have once possessed lies in confetti-shaped tatters on the newsroom floor.

But, as 3D enthusiasts we must put this slight behind us, hard as that may be. I urge everyone in the NYSS audience to fill the multiplex's and give Coraline a great opening weekend box office. Support quality 3D film making, if you want to see more of it. Don't worry about John Hodgman, he'll be just fine.

For the complete review, go here.


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The 3D animation in Coraline 3D was wonderful.It was nice to see such kind of film after a long time since childhood.

I think that it will be liked more by the adults than children.I was actually excited to see this movie.The film script-line was fine and the 3D graphics were just perfect.

If I were asked then I would rate it 3.5/5.

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