Category Archive: Animation

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Beyond being a great scientist, Mr. Peabody was also a great father. Yet he had to discover the importance of saying “I love you” to his son, something that shouldn’t go unnoticed.

The Lego Movie

While most of us will occasionally go to a film and be pleasantly surprised with its quality, how often do you go when you are left in shock?

Frozen

No one who sees this film can possibly leave the theater without a smile on your face. Enter at your own risk.

Frankenweenie (2012)

It is not likely to win an Oscar, although it is wonderful that it was nominated. It deserved it. Rating: Can be seen anywhere (I saw it at home), but is likely to… Continue reading

ParaNorman

While the statue in ParaNorman of the feared witch closely resembles Margaret Hamilton from The Wizard of Oz, what if she really was a 12-year-old girl wrongly executed 300 years earlier who now… Continue reading

Brave

This is a film that will likely cause every mother and daughter to go to sleep at night with smiles on their faces.

The Secret World of Arrietty

Destined to be ranked as one of the most powerful films of 2012. You will love it, pure and simple.

The Adventures of Tintin

Not nearly as good as this year’s Rango, though far more entertaining than Scorcese’s Hugo.

The Lion King 3D

The Lion King is only supposed to run for two weeks in the theater, so do yourself a gigantic favor and plan ahead now.

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