If, as Andre Gide once said, “The true hypocrite is the one who ceases to perceive his deception, the one who lies with sincerity,” then Walt Disney’s 1991 adaptation of Beauty and the Beast is a masterpiece of well-meaning, presumably...
There's another 'Norm of the North' sequel, therefore... I'm going to watch it. Because I'm an idiot. Is this the one that changes my mind though? Will this make me into a believer of the Norm of the North franchise? Will I be saved?! I dunno. Why don't you click on in here an find out!
This is a non-spoiler review of "Trolls" starring Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and more!
Aardman Animation ditched their most famous characters Wallace and Gromit for this, their debut feature-length movie. Benjamin Cox gets in a flap about this family film that still manages to be a huge amount of fun.
Animated films can shape children’s perception of women. To answer to what effect, this article uses the feminist theory to explain animated movies’ effect on their audience by primarily looking at The Incredibles and Princess Mononoke.
Tom & Jerry: The Movie is an animated feature based on the Hanna-Barbara character duo with a wasted potential story, generic characters and unnecessary musical numbers. Nonetheless, the animation is nice and the voice acting is decent.
The Lord of the Rings is an epic adventure. The animated film and accompanying storybook allow younger audiences to enjoy the tale.
"The Polar Express" is a Christmas animation from 2004 with plenty of charm, heartwarming moments and holiday cheer for children. However, I'd like to talk about an incoherent aspect of its story that I've always questioned.
Pixar have faced many competitors in the CG animation market over the years and this post-modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood offered something a little different. But was this a real challenge or a flash in the pan? Benjamin Cox investigates.