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
Some of its weight lies in nostalgic memories, but the film is too exuberant and excited to merely brush off as vintage reflection.
No matter what kids take away, at least they'll have fun with this prehistory world.
Epic is impossibly colorful when it wants to be.
Disney's only remedy is a remaster/reissue, brought up to their lofty standards, done with consumers in mind.
Kronk isn't so much in a groove as much as he is jumbled and stepping on his own feet as he slips into flashback.
New Groove is infinitely better than its parent company will give it credit for.
Escape is difficult to despise, but rendered easy to forgot.
Delhi Safari is a pastiche of other movies, from The Lion King to the latest films by Pixar.
Creativity is on display, and the film is quite beautiful, but it smacks of tired scripting that follows a direct path into the arms of cliches.