Muppets Most Wanted starts up exactly where the last one left off and in usual Muppet fashion, opens with a big, fun opening musical number about being a sequel which is guaranteed to have you laughing right from the start.
ClassBrain’s Point of View Review has an early look at the second film in the How to Train Your Dragon series.
Longbird is a remarkable short film which takes a unique look into the mind of an animator.
In Autumn of 2013, Woody Harrelson and Owen Wilson will star as a pair of feathered friends who travel back in time to change the course of history – in hopes of getting turkey off the holiday menu for good. Every turkey’s dream!
It appears that Rise of the Guardians may be a holiday sleeper. Don’t let it pass without taking the kids.
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.
Ponyo is recommended as a remarkable journey through fantasy, and a twist on a well-known fairy tale, from Academy Award winning writer and director, Hayao Miyazaki of Japan.
Every three years since 2001 a new Shrek movie has been rushed into theaters. This year sees the release of what DreamWorks promises to be the final chapter in the super successful Shrek franchise.
d on a children’s book of the same name by Cressida Cowell, the story revolves around a viking village and a young misfit named, Hiccup, the son of the Viking chief.
Astro Boy is a 65 million, big-budget release by Summit, but didn’t come close to making back its money in theaters. Of course none of that really matters much, the real question is whether or not Astro Boy is a good film. I think it is a movie that very young kids might enjoy, but I don’t think it would attract people beyond the family market, unlike the Pixar® animated films.
There are films that come along that change filmmaking. When I was younger, it was the original Star Wars films and 2001: A Space Odyssey. These films altered forever how we would look at film, space, science fiction, ourselves, and the world around us. Avatar takes us on a new exploration of those issues, once again raising the bar on our experiences.