Making a family road trip fun doesn’t have to start by the time people arrive in their intended destination. The long drive should be a fun time on its own.
This film is a powerfully moving animated piece about the importance of sadness in human life.
The Pixnoys & Getting Hired at Pixar (Video #2): During the press conference in Manila with director Pete Docter and co-director Ronnie del Carmen.
Inside Out Movie How the Story Came About (Video #1): During the press conference in Manila with director Pete Docter and co-director Ronnie del Carmen.
The swoony supernatural romance and the neo-horror motif of “Twilight” can both amuse and bemuse — depending on the type of viewer. It knows what it is meant for. Either one likes it or hates it. It has a sweetly idealistic charm on its own. It pleases its devoted fans, but does little for the uninitiated.
Darker, a little more mature, and a little less magical, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” primarily deals with rejection and hormones as Harry and his friends struggle through transition from childhood to young adulthood.
This is a Disney hybrid superhero family flick that is clearly pegged as The Incredibles meets X-men via Harry Potter.
With no clear climax in its mainstream structure, the movie’s ending feeds viewers with finality without any struggle to spice things up.
The story centers on a tightly knit group of the four girls Lena (Alexis Bledel), Bridget (Blake Lively), Carmen (America Ferrera) and Tibby (Amber Tamblyn).