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...
Almost seven years after adeptly bringing The Lorax to animated life, Illumination is sipping from the Dr. Seuss well once again, giving the nasty-wasty green one an update in The Grinch. Heading in, you may find yourself wondering if we really need another take on How the Grinch Stole Christmas!...
Your parents scewed you up. These movies were just one of the dozens of ways they inadvertantly terrified you and corrupted your mind.
A Chilean stop-motion animated film that isn't the most pleasant of experiences, The Wolf House is uniquely animated with imagery plucked straight from the darkest depths of nightmare fuel, but its aimlessness keeps its enjoyment to a minimum.
Back in 2012, we jumped into the hyper-kinetic color-blast world of Sugar Rush, the video game within the movie Wreck-It Ralph—a setting so over-the-top that it made a Japanese game show seem like a staid PBS documentary. I suspect that’s part of what kept the film from being an unqualified ...
Christmas is just around the corner and with it a movie remake featuring our classic Dr. Seuss villain. I couldn’t help smiling as kids erupted into laughter around me, entertained by the Grinch’s mishaps as he relentlessly pursued his quest to bring an end to holiday cheer in Whoville.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Grinch” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Cameron Seely, Rashida Jones, and more!
As far as animated films go, Laika looked so strange that it caught my attention right away. Based on Russia launching a dog into space in 1957, Laika takes a creative turn and has the dog crash land on an alien planet ready to begin a new life with new animal and alien friends.
Shrek 4 isn't as bad as people say. It also wrapped up the franchise pretty well. We don't need more sequels.
The Lord of the Rings is an epic adventure. The animated film and accompanying storybook allow younger audiences to enjoy the tale.