The trolls are a happy-go-lucky group that are menaced by the miserable Bergens, who believe in order for them to be happy they must eat a troll. Unfortunately for the Bergens, the trolls have escaped.
After 20 years, (right when the happiest of all the trolls Princess Poppy (Anna Kendrick) is about to assume the throne from her father), the Bergens have finally tracked them down. Now it’s up to Poppy and pessimistic Branch (Justin Timberlake) to track them down and save the trolls. Along the way, many songs are sung and a new understanding of others is learned in this story that is both tune-filled and eye-popping in it’s cinema photography.
Selfish Emperor Kuzco (David Spade) has it all, but when he fires his advisor Yzma (Eartha Kitt) she takes her revenge. Through a complicated turn of events, instead of being poisoned, Kuzco is turned into a llama and found miles away from his palace by a pesant named Pacha (John Goodman). The two form an unlikely alliance, as they make their way back to the city. Along the way they must overcome the elements and each other.
Balto (Kevin Bacon) is a part husky/wolf outcast living in the small city of Nome, Alaska in the 1920s. He is feared and mistrusted by everyone except a goose named Boris (Bob Hoskins) and a female husky named Jenna (Bridget Fonda). When the children of the town start to succumb to a Diphtheria outbreak, it’s up to Balto to lead a team of dogs to retrieve the medicine.
Based on a real life incident, this film is full of humor, adventure and warmth.
Gnomeo and Juliet are at last together and are starting a new life in a new garden, when suddenly they find themselves in the middle of a crime wave involving the kidnapping of garden gnomes. When their families are taken, Gnomeo and Juliet must join forces with the legendary Sherlock Gnome and the faithful Watson. As their search takes them across London, Gnomeo and Juliet learn some timeless lessons about friendship and love.
Featuring the voice talents of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Johnny Depp and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Set on a remote chicken farm in England, the story follows the plucky and determined chicken named Ginger, as she comes up with endless escape plans to try and save herself and her friends from eventual death. When a rooster named Rocky literally falls from the sky into their laps, they think he’s exactly what they need to finally escape.
This is the true story about Elsa, an orphaned lion who is raised and loved by Joy Adamson (Virginia McKenna) and her husband in Kenya. The two are inseparable, but when it becomes more apparent that Elsa can’t remain with her human family, Joy decides to set her free. Which is easier said than done, in this moving drama.
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.
Young Highland Princess Merida is anything but ready for the impending political marriage arranged by her mother the queen. Feeling that her mother can’t understand her situation, Merida decides to enlist the help of a witch to “change her fate” by changing her mother. This sets off a chain of events that causes Merida to consider whether it is only her mother that must change.
When young Fievel Mousekewitz (Phillip Glasser) is separated from his family, while traveling to America, he embarks on an incredible adventure trying to find his way back to them. Along the way he encounters all kinds of characters; some good and some bad. He never gives up and ultimately changes the lives of all around him in this inspiring tale.
Featuring the voice talent of Dom DeLuise and Christopher Plummer and the hauntingly beautiful score by James Horner.
Elizabeth Taylor gives one of her best performances as a newlywed, who’s husband (Peter Finch) takes her from London to Ceylon, India so they can live on his tea plantation. All is well at first, but it is soon apparent that the ‘Old Governor’ (Finch’s desceased father) still seems to rule Elephant Walk (the plantation). His tyranny and pride is met in every room of the massive home that is defiantly set over an old elephant trail. The climax of the film is truly amazing.