Latte and the Magic Waterstone is tale of bravery, perseverance and friendship.
The generally formulaic story here veers in odd directions at times, like a slightly dazed monkey on a unicycle.
Think of it as a poor-man’s Minions cartoon with a lot less, well, funny stuff.
The Lorax shows the world at its worst. And it could be a favorite of the folks at Earth First! …
This glittery sequel ultimately teaches a valuable lesson about loving and accepting people who are different.
By Pixar’s own high standards, Onward is a bit of a disappointment.
Scoob! is a movie that doesn’t quite know what it wants to be when it grows up.
Through this terrible family, we see what a good family looks like—and why, in fact, it’s so important.
Although The Sword in the Stone certainly delves into the world of magic and sorcery, it’s meant to be light …
Disney’s The Aristocats has some light charm and fun, furry nods to the life-changing attributes of family.