Category: Animation / Children

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Superman: Red Son Review: An Exceptional Film That Sets the Bar for Comic Adaptations

SSuperman: Red Son sets a new high standard for Warner Bros. Animation. It is breathtakingly good; a sophisticated, thought-provoking. And thrilling new take on DC’s…

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Onward Review: The Journey With A Lot Of Laughter and Tears From Pixar

Onward teaches children to cope with death in a creative and heartfelt way. The film treads into somber territory, but dazzles with its magical plot….

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Gotham by Gaslight (2018) is the thirtieth animated film from DC

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight is a murder mystery set in a Victorian-era Gotham City that pits the Caped Crusader against Jack the Ripper. While there…

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“My Hero Academia: Two Heroes” is the Feel Good Movie You Need to See

Relentlessly optimistic and incredibly wholesome, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (also known as Boku no Hīrō Academia THE MOVIE: Futari no Hīrō). That is both…

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Early Man review: a gloriously funny tale of stone-age stragglers

It’s so important to choose the right materials for the task at hand, and when it comes to animating a pig nervously giving a back…

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Asterix: The Secret Of The Magic Potion Has Many Surprises – Including Jesus as a Druid

Next week sees the UK and Ireland release of the CGI cartoon movie Asterix: The Secret Of The Magic Potion, based on Asterix, the most…

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Frozen 2 Review: An Excellent Animated Sequel With Gorgeous Animation

Frozen 2 doesn’t recapture the wonder of the original, but is an entertaining sequel that will certainly please audiences. Maturity is the theme for the further…

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Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero movie: dogged soldier, great dog, mediocre movie

Today American politics seem more divided than ever. Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero, directed by Richard Lanni and written by Lanni and Mike Stokey, might,…

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“Ruben Brant, Collector” In Art-Caper Animation, Thievery Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Milorad Krstic’s alluring, acrobatic animated feature “Ruben Brandt, Collector” tells the story of a thief with an unlikely motivation: He steals art because he has…

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“I Want to Eat Your Pancreas”: An eye-catching title doesn’t make up for over-the-top sentimentality

The most interesting thing about “I Want to Eat Your Pancreas” is its title. Based on that title, you’d be forgiven for assuming the new…

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