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This time around, youngest Pevensie siblings Lucy (Georgie Healey) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes) find themselves transported from WWII-era London to Narnia, with their obnoxious cousin, Eustace (Will Po…
Watching the 1966 BBC production of Alice In Wonderland is not so much an exercise in entertainment as it is an adventure in literary and film history.  Ostensibly, it’s not clear why we’d want to rev…
The film, which blends live action and heaps of CGI, finds a 19-year-old Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returning to Wonderland – a place she’d grown to believe was just a dream – and reconnecting with its wa…
I was one of those kids who liked all the educational stuff on Mr. Roger's Neighborhood, but always got fidgety when he dragged us along to The Neighborhood of Make Believe. I have a similar reaction …
Director Joss Whedon brings his trademark smarts and the sass – honed on iconic TV series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly – to this long-awaited big-screen teaming of some of cinema’s most r…
Speed Racer may just be this generation's new Tron. No... wait... I take that back. Tron, though notably a kind of stinky movie, was still certainly a memorable film for its time and is worth an occas…
As I've admitted in past Harry Potter movie reviews, I still have (at this point) not read the books. It still holds true that I've only finished the first novel, and that was years and years ago. The…
After the surprisingly excellent How to Train Your Dragon, Dreamworks Animation scores another winner with Rise of the Guardians. Though it may not reach quite the soaring heights of Dragon, it still …
Set in the world of video games old and new, Disney’s latest offering blends nostalgia and high-energy antics to create the story of its titular oaf (voiced by John C. Reilly), a character in a classi…
Tara (Debby Ryan) is a quiet kid at her high school in always-sunny Seattle (har!). She freezes up when her teachers call on her, and she has a huge crush on a boy named Gavin (Adam DiMarco), who not …
Somewhere in the borderland between Mind-Bendingly Awesome and Flat-Out Terrible lies a world in which Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp exists. This strange series aired on Saturday Mornings from 1970-1972…
I can only imagine that the inventors of 3D would have been so pleased one of the more unique ways that Journey 2: The Mysterious Island uses the technology. Watch with awe and delight as Josh Hutcher…