I went to see a movie last week that had a profound effect on me. Mostly, it made me feel completely inadequate. The movie was "Coraline." Now, you may be wondering how an animated film based on a story written for children by novelist Neil Gaiman could produce that kind of response, but it's true. After experiencing "Coraline" in all of its stop-motion 3-D glory, I felt unworthy of ever writing another word. If I were a painter, I would have flushed my brushes down the toilet. If I were a musician, I would have smashed my guitar. Since I am a writer (sort of), I felt like destroying my computer. How could I ever create anything worthy of public consumption after viewing something with such artistic magnificence?