Jamie S. Rich’s review:
Upstart animation studio Laika struck big first time out of the gate with their stop-motion adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Coraline. Now they are back with their second feature, sticking to spooky territory for ParaNorman. No source material this time, for their sophomore effort the animators have decided to generate their own story. The outcome is good, though maybe not as good as it could be, showing some growing pains as the creative collective work out a few kinks.
Read my full review at DVD Talk: www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/57644/paranorman-3d/