In Disney-Pixar’s latest 3D animated flick, old friends meet up with new friends in an all-new adventure. Follow Bonnie and the gang on a road trip you won’t soon forget! You’ll also meet Forky who’s having a crisis — he’s not a toy! It’s a movie filled with humor and heart that fans and newcomers won’t want to miss! It’s truly entertaining from beginning to end and the whole family will enjoy it. The Blu-Ray edition features Deleted Scenes and additional bonus content.
Starring Ryan Reynolds and Justice Smith, Pokemon: Detective Pikachu presents a new plot where the fate of the Pokemon universe could be in jeopardy. It’s easily the best live-action adaptation yet. It has great art style, good atmosphere, good character development, and overall it’s satisfying for the whole family. If you love Pokemon, it’s definitely worth watching. The Blu-Ray edition features Deleted Scenes, Making Of, and other bonus features.
Moana is one of the best Disney movies to come out since Frozen. We love Moana as a character. With an empowering storyline, it’s not your typical Disney storyline. There are some thematic dark points in the story but it is balanced with a lot of comic relief. With great morals and a powerful message, this is the perfect movie for any 6 year old girl.
Created by the creators of Despicable Me, Sing is an animated comedy about a music competition. With a talented cast, the movie has a wonderful array of familiar pop songs. Of course, there is a lot of slapstick humor, jokes, and even a few risqué scenes. In the most objectionable scene, a bunny says “Oh my gosh. Look at her butt” as a character shakes her butt.
Finding Dory is the sequel to Finding Nemo. While there is plenty of comedy, this time around the film has a much darker and serious tone. The film centers on Dory, a forgetful fish, who is separated from her family. With a happy ending, it’s an inspiring tale about not letting disabilities stop you and the importance of family.
Kids are going to love this movie filled with plenty of color, jokes, and music. Who wouldn’t love a singing pink princess with Troll hair? Filled with a talented cast, color, and catchy songs, the movie will have 6 year old girls singing and dancing along. Parents should know there there is a lot of dark animated violence and a lot of fart jokes. At one point, monsters do eat the trolls so sensitive kids that get nightmares should probably skip this.
The Incredibles 2 is a fantastic movie. It’s extremely exciting and fun to watch. It understands what a superhero movie needs and has great messages underneath. The animation is stunning and has improved as has the depth and clarity of the images. The action sequences are enthralling. The lighting is impressive and represents Pixar’s best work. The characters feel fresh with intelligent conversation. The movie was epic and exhilarating. Brad Bird wrote a compelling story true to the original while also creating an exciting movie.
Through beautiful artwork and animation, Disney and Pixar are masters at telling stories. Coco is another Pixar masterpiece. Coco is about a boy name Miguel who wants to be a musician but his family doesn’t support his dream. Miguel soon finds himself in the Land of the Dead when he searches for his roots. The film beautifully weaves Hispanic and other cultures into its narrative. With an interesting plot, intriguing characters, and beautiful animation, Coco is unforgettable.
Lego is back with an all new animated movie starring Batman. This time the storyline is a bit darker than the original movie. There is some violence but since all of the characters are made out of Legos, it’s nothing worse than your typical Lego cartoon. Batman is self centered throughout the movie, but the movie does have a positive message about teamwork at the end. There is some unnecessary innuendo and jokes that some parents may not want to expose their children too.