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.
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.
When his title as #1 Super Villain is threatened, Gru (Steve Carell) hatches a plan. The plan however involves three little orphan girls who quickly become more than he bargained for. Gru soon realizes that there is more to life than a life of crime.
Featuring the Minions in their film debut.
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.
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.
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.