Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil
Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2018)
When youngsters Hansel and Gretel (voices of Bill Hader and Amy Poehler) mysteriously disappear, the HEA (Happily Ever After Agency) calls for the help of Red (Hayden Panettiere), Wolf (Patrick Warburton), Granny (Glenn Close) and the rest of the usual suspects who were introduced in the first Hoodwinked animated movie.
Hoodwinked! (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2020)
Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? Was it Red (voice by Anne Hathaway), The Wolf (Patrick Warburton), The Woodsman (James Belushi) or Granny (Glenn Close)? This computer-animated spoof of Little Red Riding Hood bakes up a quadruple serving of suspects and perspectives.
Great Grandparent Movies to Watch Together (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Fearless (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2020)
Netflix: Reid is obsessed with video games. When three babies with superpowers from his favorite game appear in his backyard, he needs to figure out how to get them back.
Take our Movie Quote Quiz (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Doogal (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2009)
Resembling a video game in both art design and plot, Doogle is the animated tale of a clumsy canine (voiced by Kenan Thompson), who sets off with a group of friends (Jimmy Fallon, William H. Macy, and Whoopi Goldberg) to save their world from a villain-inflicted case of permafrost.
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2020)
Digital on Demand: Seven handsome princes turned into dwarfs by an evil witch are in search of the only thing that can break their curse...a kiss from a beautiful princess.
The Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Life of Pets (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Do you know what your pet does while you're away? This animation about a group of cats, dogs, bunnies, etc. living in Manhattan depicts some of those mysterious and surprising goings-on.
The Seventh Dwarf
The Seventh Dwarf (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
In this musical animation, the youngest of the seven dwarfs accidentally causes Sleeping Beauty (voice of Peyton List) to fall into an 100 year nap. So he and the other six pint-sized heroes set out on a quest to find the only thing that will wake her up -- the kiss of her true love.