SING Director: Garth Jennings Illumination Entertainment Reviewed by Oscar Sweetman (age 5) The title of the movie is called SING - Miss Crawley has a big eye that can fall off. It bumps on the zero two times on the computer and she meant to type in ‘$1000′ but it came to be $100,000.
Life, Animated Director: Roger Ross Williams A&E Television Networks, LLC/Madman Entertainment Owen Suskind was a normal, happy kid. Until he was three. Almost overnight he seemed locked in, his development halted. A profound autism the diagnosis. He was bullied at school and became further locked in a world of his own; his sanctuary – Disney’s […]
Minions Directors: Pierre Coffin/Kyle Balda Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures Just as the Penguins fully escaped Madagascar to chew through the animated scenery of their own big screen adventure it was always obvious that these little yellow pill-shaped things – these Minions – would have their own film, their screen time increasing across Despicable Me to Despicable […]
I don’t remember discovering Dr. Katz in any special way – pretty sure it was just late-night TV, often you’d find such great things in that way (remember Herman’s Head anyone?) Those shows that don’t quite play right – but are fantastic to all who find them. Dr. Katz was one of those. It’s become […]
Big Hero 6 Directors: Don Hall/Chris Williams Walt Disney Pictures Big Hero 6 is that rare thing – an action-adventure movie for kids that should also delight adults. It’s also funny and full of heart. Set in the future hybrid-city of San Fransokyo our hero is Hiro Hamada, he’s a robotics prodigy who, under the […]
Penguins of Madagascar Directors: Eric Darnell/Simon J. Smith DreamWorks Animation/20th Century Fox The penguins – formerly of Madagascar and its sequels – now have their own movie, so scene-stealing were they. I gave up on the Madagascar franchise at the right time (I didn’t have kids then, there was no reason to stay, or return) […]