Thoughtful, entertaining, and memorable, Wall-E still stands among Pixar's best.
Category: 4K Animation
A classic tale about caring for others first, Frosty the Snowman is a charmer to this day.
A pure, timeless holiday special, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer celebrates the holidays as much as empowering individuality.
Lightyear merely exists amid the modern animation deluge, and feels hopelessly out of creative ideas in its effort to sell toys.
An energetic and playful animated caper, The Bad Guys doesn't have surprises, but it's a flashy, chaotic tale about doing right.
Intelligently approaching awkward coming-of-age issues, Turning Red is delightful with a goofy sense of humor suited to the story.
A charming coming-of-age story about standing out in a large family, Encanto fits comfortably into the Disney formula with a distinctive Colombian touch.
An anime-inspired romp starring Catwoman in her own solo adventure with Batwoman, Catwoman: Hunted takes cues from the James Bond franchise and Lupin the Third.
Another charming way to bring the challenges of a tech-focused adolescence to movie screens, Ron's Gone Wrong is a smart, clever delight.
A slick, mostly satisfying animated adaptation of Frank Miller's acclaimed story, Batman Year One details Batman's early beginnings in Gotham while forging his friendship with James Gordon.
Superman snaps and becomes a ruthless tyrant in Injustice, adapted from the acclaimed video game and comic book series.
Rushed and barely coherent, Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms turns into a mess that resembles more Dragon Ball than the franchise it's based on.