Nut Job's peppy 70 or so minutes manages to entertain, with enough positive messaging to break it from the labeling of total throwaway.
Character separation is lost in a rush of commonplace, square jawed anime design tropes
Despite some flubs with regards to set-up and delivery, Frozen is studio magic, raw stage showmanship blessed with Disney's penchant for animated charm
Jungle Book is soaked with color and infinite energy, even overactive as the piece pushes from one set piece to the next.
Patchwork comedy is delightful and the zany 3D antics are enough to stuff the face of any passionate child fanbase
Planes is as lifeless and soulless a manufactured product as those issued during Michael Eisner's Disney tenure in the 2000s.
The concept of cobbling together kooky birds and placing them in pressure scenarios has drifted from its sell by date in 2014.
Khumba is suitably gorgeous, breathing life into rarely (if ever?) animated Southern Africa landscapes.
Ranging from promotional to eccentric to racially questionable, the gamut of Puppetoons is diverse if held together under an identifiable animation mantra.
Anime fans will find a lot to like in the splashy character designs and easygoing storytelling of RWBY.
Calling the film Turbo is disingenuous.
Monsters University pulls away unscathed, a sterling follow-up which charms the charmers with charming charm charm