Mulan doesn't need the historical setting to work and the animation itself realizes as much, but it's a capable story of cultural bravery.
Category: 4K Animation
Introducing a younger Superman making his way in Metropolis, Man of Tomorrow is a fresh origin story highlighted by crisp action and a compelling story.
Cramming in an entire universe worth of cartoons into a slim frame, Scoob forgets it involves more than a talking dog and its hippie friend.
Trolls World Tour doesn't hold back its equality message to ensure kids understand, and doesn't hold any surprises in its delivery either.
Onward uses magic as a basis for this clever fable about technology, family, and loss that works through to the final chapter.
Finally bringing the videogame series' trademark brutality to the film movie/animated medium, Mortal Kombat Legends is familiar, but entertaining.
Superman: Red Son is a smart, if twisted, Elseworlds tale of Superman being raised in Soviet Russia during the Cold War.
Although following a template, Pixar adds unique touches of their own in A Bug's Life, including a subtly brilliant credit sequence.
Wall-E is eerily prophetic over a decade later, plus wonderfully entertaining without feeling overly preachy.
While Beauty and the Beast isn't without problematic elements, it's also a film that turns its heroine independent and proud to be herself.
Although adapted from centuries old literature, Ne Zha's story still holds relevance behind the showy, gorgeous animation.
Frozen II, on its surface, doesn't alter modern animation's form, but its story embraces the fight against historical revisionism.