Big Hero 6 is the must-see family movie of the year!
Guardians of the Galaxy is a great example of why we go to the movies. It is fun.. pure and simple.
ClassBrain’s Point of View Review has an early look at the second film in the How to Train Your Dragon series.
For fans of Orson Scott Card, Ender’s Game is a must see, and for those who are not, it’s still a must see.
Sandra Bullock has stepped up her game again as she plays, Ryan Stone, a reluctant astronaut, who end up in a catastrophic event in the sci-fi thriller, Gravity.
It appears that Rise of the Guardians may be a holiday sleeper. Don’t let it pass without taking the kids.
One of the must see adventures of film this year, Life of Pi delivers a journey of the spirit and the imagination set in a landscape of unsurpassed beauty.
Real Steel is not a film that will shake up the Academy, but it is a film that will make you smile, make you cheer, and might even bring a misty tear to your eye, if you cry at silly old commercials. It’s a mixture of Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots, the junkyard battles from Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence, and Rocky all rolled into one film.
Join Harry, Hermione, Ron and the host of other amazing characters from Hogwarts, and celebrate the end of an amazing literary and film journey with the final installation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
During this summer of super heroes, there is no room for poor special effects; unfortunately The Green Lantern suffers from exactly that.
If you’re looking for something cute for the kids for Easter, Hop will probably fill the bill. Hop is a hybrid, animation and real action film starring James Marsden as Fred O’Hare (the human) and bad boy Russell Brand as the animated EB, Easter Bunny of course.
Watch the trailer for The Lost Thing, which won the 2011 Oscar for Best Animated Short.