Emily Blunt brings a new sort of charm to Julie Andrews's beloved role, but the film does not seem to have much else to carry.
Eli Roth's first foray into making films for children actually shows a sign of promise.
This new re-imagining of Winnie the Pooh has a whole lot to say about our memories and how they define us.
Brad Bird's second animated film for Pixar remains one of their most beautiful.
It might fit neatly into the Marvel Cinematic Mold, but Ant-Man and the Wasp's brand of fun is surprisingly gentle-minded and family-friendly for a superhero blockbuster. Chuck Winters tells you all about it.
A fourteen year wait for a sequel to Pixar's 2004 classic has paid off perfectly.
Pixar's 2004 classic remains a staple for the superhero genre in as superhero films have become even more common over the years.
Treasures the importance of moving ahead, no matter what stage of life one is in. (✯✯✯✯✯)
An admirable effort that falls short of what it should reach. (✯✯✯)
More like an early draft of an Aardman project. (✯✯✯)