The Flintstones was the most popular Hanna-Barbera series of the 1960s, so when the show was coming to an end, the studio decided to give it a grand finale. In 1966, the very first Flintstones movie hit theaters, with a secret agent twist.
At the beginning of The Addams Family (buh-duh-duh-duh… snap snap), we watch as the creepy and kooky Gomez (Oscar Isaac) and Morticia (Charlize Theron) get run out of town mid-nuptials by a pitchfork-wielding crowd. Frustrated, they exclaim that they wish there was somewhere they could just be ...
Norm is a talking polar bear that goes on wacky adventures with his annoying lemming pals, this time he goes to China. There's also a thing about a wedding. Whatever. Doesn't matter.
In 1964, Hanna-Barbera made the leap back to the silver screen with the first animated feature based on a TV series, bringing Yogi Bear to new heights.
"Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus" is a Netflix original film that brings back the Nicktoon with an astounding cult following. This is my review of said film.
Disney keeps bringing its beloved animated princesses to life in live-action movies, but some royal women who deserve more realistic retellings of their fairy tales don't reside in the Magic Kingdom.
Not since 'Shrek' had a film come along to challenge Pixar's dominance in the CG market. Benjamin Cox looks back at a franchise-spawning hit that narrowed the gap between Pixar and their chief opposition, Dreamworks Animation.
The Lord of the Rings is an epic adventure. The animated film and accompanying storybook allow younger audiences to enjoy the tale.
In a desperate bid to keep cool in this summer's excessive heatwave, Benjamin Cox finally catches up with this - a franchise-spawning animation that has since become a global phenomenon. Trouble is, he's still too hot!
I just realized, the title of the movie is kind of a lie... they physically fight once and then they're pretty much working together for the rest of the runtime... Hollywood is full of lies! Just kidding, this flick is fun.
These fun animated movies are family-friendly Halloween entertainment that kids and adults alike can enjoy.
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.