Maleficent is affectionate, modernistic, and wholly charming – a high point in Disney's vault of live action classics.
An entire generation is inseparable from lens of a camera, and thus this fictional adventure is logically over-cataloged.
Mothra III is the sharpest and almost undoubtedly the richest of the trilogy.
Its Saturday morning characteristics and charisma are infectiously bright.
This is the Muppets, raucous and exuberant.
Walking would be less corrupted if Patchi began a choreographed Hakuna Matata dance routine backed by fireworks and a top hat clad T-Rex.
The Adventurer attempts nothing new but makes for fine family entertainment, a solid option for all ages.
Music by the Sherman Brothers is stellar, both witty and engaging on a number of levels.
Oz is a dream, and it is a travesty we seem fearful to do so anymore.
Home Run doesn't hit it out of the park but does reach second base with a double to the gap.
Time Bandits has stood the test of time since it was first released and remains a classic fantasy movie for children.
Standing Up works best when it focuses on the growing friendship between its two lead characters on the cusp of adolescence