Avian adventure “Rio” (里約大冒險), like the city it is named after, is fun and festive. However, as far as animated films go, it is no rare species.
“Gnomeo & Juliet” doesn't have a single original idea in its pointy, ceramic head.
Walt Disney's modernizing of the Grimm fairy tale is thorough enough that even the original title, “Rapunzel,” has been swapped for “Tangled.”
A combination of Borscht Belt comedian and Hanna-Barbera animation, Yogi Bear was a clever enough creation that more than 50 years later, we still can't help but impersonate his “pic-a-nic” basket and “Ay, Boo Boo!”
A dastardly super-villain who turned evil because of a bad upbringing finds himself seduced to the good side to defeat an even badder guy.
When American writer Kathryn Lasky created a world of good and evil owls, she didn't envisage them with Australian accents but somehow it fit the movie screen adaptation of her “Guardians of Ga'Hoole” books.
Despite some clever moments and colorful characters, “Despicable Me” (神偷奶爸) could have been called “Forgettable Me” instead.
Fifteen years on and Pixar's “Toy Story” returns to the big screen this weekend for a third installment that is stronger than ever.
What the Shrek! A new adventure from the “greatest fairy tale never told?” — Well, it was told in 2001, then again in 2004, and in 2007, so another three years have passed and what a surprise, there's a fourth installment.
DreamWorks brings us its latest animation creation through the eyes of “Lilo and Stitch” directors Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois in “How to Train Your Dragon,”released this weekend islandwide.