Here’s a movie that doesn’t just pull your chain.
An animated story of the old West ‘from the heart of a horse.’
This is former screenwriter Gregory Poirier’s first stab at directing. So how does a guy whose writing credits include Disney’s The Lion King II get hooked up with this kind of lowbrow excuse for a comedy?
This is the heart-wrenching story of a husband and wife weathering the onslaught of Alzheimer’s disease. But it’s no Hallmark movie. It’s too thoughtful—and too disturbing—for that.
Wealthy suburban Rancho Carne High School has a football team that can’t win a game to save its life. But its cheerleading squad has captured the national title five years running.
Lawrence has upset the balance of nature by disturbing the harmony between the Pokemon titans of fire, lightning and ice.
Two siblings go through the looking glass on a quest that has consequences for all humanity. Is it out-of-this-world technology or a weird spiritual force that lends them aid?
She’s sixteen. She’s pregnant. And she’s one-of-a-kind. Is Juno a pro-life role model or just a mixed-up kid with the gift of gab?
Overcoming grief and guilt. Choosing friends wisely. Walking away from revenge and murder. All fantastic messages proffered in this film. So what’s the catch?