If the only 3-D you know is the cardboard-glasses-with-red-and-green-cellophane-lenses kind, you're in for a shock. Without 3-D technology, Coraline would be a creepy stop-motion animated film with vampire-bat Scottie dogs, malevolent gourds, and a circus of prescient kangaroo rats. But in 3-D, Coraline gains a depth and breadth like you've never seen. Other 3-D movies try to jump out of the screen and make you squeal and leap in your seat; Coraline expands to fill the theater and swallows you whole. (See Movie Times: thestranger.com/film.)