James Cameron’s triumphant return to film making, Avatar, hits theaters this Friday, and I’ll be there at midnight.
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Astro Boy isn’t as good as it could have been had the film’s script and designers been more faithful to its source material, but is good enough for those unfamiliar with the boy robot’s story.
Coraline is a stunning stop-motion film with all the character of a hand-crafted masterpiece.
A motley crew of animated shorts in the tradition of Fantasia, Genius Party and its sequel Genius Party Beyond are gob-smackingly good entertainment.
Memories is a collection of three animated shorts based on stories by acclaimed anime director Katsuhiro Otomo.
Neo Tokyo is a collection of three animated shorts by famous directors, and offers an interesting insight into their early work.
A.I. is a stunning film that puts a glossy new coat of paint on the story of Pinocchio and manages to be both thought-provoking and fun at the same time.
Dreamworks owns the film right to Ghost in the Shell – will they drop the ball, or make good on this hot property?