Fourteen years after it was first released, Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas is still the most whimsical and entertaining proof of the filmmakers unique and endless imagination. Now with the added technology of 3-D, the computer-enhanced stop-motion animation is even more lively. it allows viewers to be a part of Jack Skellingtons crew in Halloweentown. Audience members can feel like theyre dancing in the forest with the Pumpkin King as he expresses despair over his once-favorite holiday through song. Fans now can enter Christmastown alongside their spindly hero and deliver shrunken heads and snakes as gifts in a skeleton-led sleigh after Santa Claus is kidnapped by the sinister Oogie Boogie. But most importantly, fans can be reunited with their trick-or-treating friends in this classic.