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Dragon Hunters 捉龍特攻隊

French-made, computer-animated film "Dragon Hunters" follows the adventures of two hunters-for-hire, Lian-Chu and Gwizdo, and their trusty friend Hector, on their quest for fame and fortune in a world that has turned into a series of freestanding islands of varying sizes and shapes.
The world may not want or need another Anakin Skywalker movie, especially one that looks as if it's not quite a cartoon, not quite a Christmas special and not quite something panoramically painted on the side of a van.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars 星際大戰:複製人之戰
Ahhh, grasshopper. Consider the fat panda: half-cooked dumpling, doughy child of destiny. Assassin of doughnuts.
Kung Fu Panda 功夫熊貓
Wall-E 機器人總動員

Toil in any industry for a while, and you develop a sixth sense about bad omens. If you're a film critic, for instance, and a studio won't return your calls about a movie, you assume that movie is a steaming heap of garbage.
An enchanting tale of friendship and evolving relationships, "The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep" engagingly grafts coming-of-age movie chestnuts onto Scottish folklore.
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep  尼斯湖水怪
The Spiderwick Chronicles 奇幻精靈事件簿

Those are the words I hastily scrawled in my reporter's notebook during a recent screening of "The Spiderwick Chronicles."
Horton Hears A Who 荷頓奇遇記

The good news about "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" is that it actually looks Seussian, which is more than you can say for the nightmare-inducing, live-action adaptations of "The Cat in the Hat" and "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" that were sprung on a trusting public in 2003 and 2000, respectively.
Persepolis 茉莉人生

The characters in Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis" (co-directed with Vincent Paronnaud) are simple, friendly black-and-white line drawings, as uncomplicated as characters in a children's book.
Surf's Up 衝浪季節

"Charlie don't surf!" bellows Robert Duvall in "Apocalypse Now," but apparently penguins do. At least that's the concept of the animated "Surf's Up," a clever, delightfully rendered summer diversion in which a tiny rockhopper penguin named Cody Maverick aspires to be a champion wave rider.
The Simpsons Movie 辛普森家庭電影版

In "The Simpsons Movie" no good deed goes uncrushed. This merry celebration of mayhem, hostility, carnage, wanton destruction, power lust, dysfunction, nihilism and the proper application of gigantic plastic domes to American cities will certainly satisfy those who've seen all 400-odd episodes of the animated TV show twice, as well as those who've only glimpsed the Simpsons on a transmigration to more sports programming.
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