Mirror Mask.

We picked this up the other day. I guess I've come to hold anything that Neil Gaiman does (except comic books) at arm's length. Is it going to be good? Probably not as good as it should be. Will I like it? At least somewhat. That's how I felt here -- not as good as it should be, but I have to say I liked it. It feels like everyone involved has bitten off more than they can chew. It's a grand gesture, but it's not nearly as affecting as, say, Labyrinth, which this is similar to, not by a long, long, long, long, long way. There's intellect in this movie, but not really any love.