Category: Animation / Children

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The Grinch 2018 is a fun diversion for kids, nostalgia for adults

The Grinch is not very Grinch-y in the newest version of The Grinch. That’s the main takeaway, probably. The film establishes a backstory for him…

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Dora and the Lost City of Gol Review: A Exciting Movie For Children And Young Teenagers

Unlike a female version of Young Indiana Jones. The charming Dora and the Lost City of Gold offers quality fun for children and young teenagers….

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The Addams Family Review: A Cute 3D Animated Remake With Meaningful Message

The Addams Family created by Charles Addam. It was originally a comic strip published in The New Yorker starting in 1938, offering a satirical take…

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‘Wonder Woman: Bloodlines’ Review: A Step Back From The DC Animated Universe

Wonder Woman: Bloodlines is produced by DC and Warner Bros. Animation with distribution from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The film is now available for digital download with an…

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“Smallfoot” Review: Fun Ideas Get Buried Under Avalanche of Mediocrity

Producers John Requa and Glenn Ficarra have generally kept a wide berth. That between their kid-friendly projects (“Storks,” “Cats & Dogs”) and their more adult…

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“Isle of Dogs” – A masterpiece of animation honoring dogs

Wes Anderson’s film embodies his distinctive style, weaving in Japanese culture and praising dog loyalty. Isle of Dogs is a stop-motion-style animation (assemble from a…

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Ne Zha Review: What are the Critics saying about A China’s Animated Movie?

“Nezha” has earned $674 million (RMB 4.81 billion) since its July 26 release, putting it behind only 2017’s nationalist actioner “Wolf Warrior II” at the…

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“Hotel Transylvania 3 – Summer Vacation: Another Sharp Sequel Reminds Humanity Not to Be Monstrous

Adam Sandler and his spooky pals take a “Summer Vacation” in Hotel Transylvania and remind us all of the power of acceptance and understanding. Even…

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‘A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon’ Review: A Classic Brand Of Stop-Motion Animation

This Film is Aardman’s classic brand of stop-motion animation, is given a sci-fi twist in this brilliant sequel to 2015’s Shaun the Sheep Movie. Helmed by Will…

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Everything we know about Anna and Elsa’s Frozen 2 Adventure

Back in February, Disney dropped a big surprise by releasing a teaser for the highly anticipated sequel. Since then, fans have continued to catch small…

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