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“Love — the only reason that we’re alive.”

I can’t wait for this!

Simmer down, out there. In this, the craziest of all political moments in US history, some people are going to tell you that Disney’s adorable “Zootopia” is full of subtext about issues like immigration and terrorism and the role of […]

The excited filmmakers noted that this was Chile’s first Oscar — for this animated short about a bear taken from his family to be in a circus, an allegory for the families torn apart by Pinochet’s regime.

Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Nick Kroll, and Leslie Jones star in “Sing,” about a singing competition.

This is a lovely film — highly recommended for all families.

Five best friends set out on a courageous rescue packed with laughter, thrills and music in the all-new animated movie, The Land Before Time: Journey of the Brave coming to DVD and Digital HD on February 2, 2016, from Universal […]

The only panda more “aw-worthy” than Po (Jack Black), is the National Zoo’s Tian Tian rolling in the snow.  In this third outing, the roly poly martial arts hero is still kind, humble, brave, and wiser than he knows. And, […]

Join Minnie Mouse and Her Favorite Clubhouse Pals in the New Clubhouse Tour Bus Musical Adventure in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Pop Star Minnie on DVD February 2nd! It includes the Pop Star Minnie episode plus 4 additional music themed episodes […]

“Norm of the North” is not awful, but it is also not special, not new, not funny, and not that interesting. The script is over-plotted but under-written, with confusing detours and uneven tone. It’s as though instead of coming up […]

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