How to Train Your Dragon; The Hidden Kingdom (2019)

Viking Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his dragon Toothless have grown a lot together and their mission to save other dragons has made their home a haven for hundreds of them. Unfortunately it has also become a target for other mercenaries, as well as one that has his own agenda.  Hiccup realizes that it’s time for them to leave and find somewhere safe for the dragons. It soon becomes apparent that the solution might not be as simple as they thought, in this final chapter in the saga.

1hr. 44min.

Captain America; the first Avenger (2011)

Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is always trying to stand up for people who can’t defend themselves, but plagued with chronic bad health he is unable to persue his dream of joining the army and fighting the Nazis in WWII.  When he is approached by a mysterious scientist (Stanely Tucci) who holds the key to a marvelous strength serum, Steve is willing to take a chance.

With his newfound physical appearance and strength he is able to be the hero he always wanted to be and already was.

2hrs. 4min.

Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

Set 6 years after the events of Wreck it Ralph (2012), we find Ralph and Vanellope living a carefree if predictable existence at the arcade.  So, when Vanellopes game is broken and the two must travel to the strange new world of the internet, to buy the piece to fix it, it’s very exciting for Vanellope.  Not so for Ralph, who fears he may lose his best friend to an exciting new racing game.

Featuring the voice talents of Sarah Silverman, John C. Reilly and Gal Gadot.

1hr. 56min.

The Great Muppet Caper (1981)

Moments after Kermit, Gonzo and Fozzie join the Chronicle a theft of Lady Holiday’s (Diana Rigg) jewels is committed.  In order to get a follow up interview with Lady Holiday, and save their jobs, the gang head to London where they quickly become involved with an even more complicated plot that seems to be centered around an aspiring model (Miss Piggy).

Featuring gigantic musical numbers and several cameos, this is one of the Muppets best films.

1hr. 37min.

Shipwrecked (1990)

Young Haakon makes a hard decision, when he takes his fathers place on a ship in order to pay the family’s debt. Almost at the same time that the boat is taken over by a mutiny, the ship is lost in a storm. The boy is shipwrecked on an island that happens to be the hideout for a band of pirates. When he finds their treasure Haakon knows it will only be a matter of time before they return.

1hr. 32min.

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991)

When life in America isn’t quite what they dreamed it would be, young Fievel and his family fall for the allure of the Golden West and set off for a new life.  Once there they find it harder then they expected but the mice want to stick it out when they fall for the promises of a scheming cat (John Cleese).  Fievel is the only one that realizes the truth and it’s up to him to save the other mice.

Jimmy Stewart co-stars in his final film as an old law dog that just might have one more fight in him.

1hr. 16min.

Megamind (2010)

It seems from literally birth that villain Megamind (Will Ferrell) and hero Metro Man (Brad Pitt) are locked in an endless battle of good vs evil.  When one of Megaminds’ plans finally defeats Metro Man, there seems to suddenly be nothing for Megamind to strive for.  He quickly decides to create another superhero for him to fight.  Unfortunately he chooses the slacker Hal (Jonah Hill) who quickly uses his powers for evil.  Now it is up to Megamind to save the city and the girl of his dreams Roxanne Ritchi (Tina Fey), in this hilarious comedy that turns the superhero genre upside-down.

1hr. 36min.

Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954)

Set immediately after the actions of The Robe, this sequel centers on Demetrius (Victor Mature) who escaped the emperor Caligula (Jay Robinson) only to be captured again with the intention to be killed by gladiators in the arena.  Despite his obvious physical prowess Demetrius refuses to kill, until tragedy causes him to question his faith.

1hr. 41min.

The Lego Movie (2014)

All Emmet (Chris Pratt) wants to do is fit in, which he does very well, so much so that he realizes he doesn’t seem to have much of a personality of his own.  So, when he finds out that he is the Special that the wizard Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) has had a vision of, its the best moment in his life.  That is, until he realizes that it is now up to him to stop the evil Lord Business (Will Ferrell) from unleashes the “Kragle” on the World!  On his mission Emmet meets new friends that help him to save everyone and find out what is special about him.

1hr. 40min.

The Robe (1953)

Richard Burton leads an all star cast, playing Marcellus the centurion who crucified Jesus. Victor Mature plays Marcellu’s slave, Demetrius, who comes into possession of Jesus’s robe.  Riddled by guilt from his part in the crusifiction, Marcellus comes to believe that the robe has cursed him.  So, he begins to hunt down his runaway slave, in order to destroy the robe.  Along the way he meets people who knew and spoke to Jesus and his life is forever changed.

This film also features Jean Simmons and was the first movie filmed in CinemaScope.

2hr. 15min.