Viewers join best buds Timon and Pumbaa in a movie theater as they watch “The Lion King,” interjecting their own narrative and “extra” scenes.
See Leonard’s dog, Spot. See Spot talk. Talk, Spot, talk. See Spot put on a beanie and go to school. Learn Spot. See Spot try to change species.
World-traveling documentary filmmakers Nigel and Marianne Thornberry have come with their family to Africa to record an amazing elephant migration.
Diesel 10 isn’t the Conductor’s only problem; he’s losing his sparkle (the magic gold dust that allows him to travel between the worlds). Plus, the magic seems to be fading on Sodor.
The most popular show on Disney’s One Saturday Morning television lineup makes its big-screen debut. School’s out and the Recess gang heads in separate directions. Should your kids follow them?
Jerry Bruckheimer is best known for producing shoot ’em up, crash ’em up action movies with PG-13 or R ratings. He’s never been known for creating “family” movies, and this weak effort won’t change that.
It’s a wacky journey featuring a lot what makes Crocodile Hunter a popular cable series: Steve interacting with dangerous animals and eventually saving the day.
When Winnie the Pooh organizes an elaborate plan to harvest honey from a beehive, he leaves out Piglet—because he’s too small to help.
Based on the top-rated ABC animated television series “Doug,” “Doug’s 1st Movie” expands on story lines highlighted in the Saturday morning cartoon.