In this visually as well as musically stunning film, we learns of the humble beginnings of Willy Wonka (Timothee Chalamet). Determinded to open a chocolate shop, young Wonka is met with fierce opposition. Even so, nothing will keep him down for long in this at times humorous and inspiring tale.
When Branchs’ (Justin Timberlake) long lost brother suddenly shows up and tells him they must reunite their other estranged brothers to rescue another brother, Poppy (Anna Kendrick) is more than eager to help him on his quest. Along the way lessons about family and forgiveness are learned, in this colorful and hilarious romp.
When struggling plummers Mario and his brother Luigi are suddenly transported (via a mysterious green tube) to a land mostly populated by mushroom people and somewhat violent turtles, they find themselves caught in the middle of a rampaging character named Bowser who will stop at nothing to claim the hand of the lovely Princess Peach.
When devil-may-care living Puss is suddenly told he is down to the last of his 9 lives, he decides to find a legendary star that has fallen to earth and obtain it’s one wish to give him more time. Along the way he runs into some old acquaintances and makes new friends and starts to reexamine his life in this often hilarious and touching tale.
Miserly Scrooge McDuck is shown the error of his ways in one eventful Christmas Eve. Mickey Mouse and a host of other familiar faces help tell this timeless tale of second chances.
In this classic fairytale beautiful young Snow White innocently runs afoul of her vain and jealous stepmother; an evil queen who will stop at nothing to be the “fairest maid in the land”. After fleeing for her life Snow White finds refuge with the kindly seven dwarfs, but it’s not long before the Queen tracks her down with another sinister plan.
Walt Disneys’ original masterpiece paved the way for many more classic films with its groundbreaking animation, memorable characters and timeless music.
Set in a rundown motel in Florida in July, the story follows a newly orphaned boy Jackson (Rory Culkin) who is being cared for by his aunt, an aspiring singer, Patty (Sherilyn Fenn) who in exchange for room and board tends bar at the hotel. Because of the trauma of his parents death Jackson is constantly making up stories about the guests in the hotel, including Sam (Hume Cronyn) who Jackson says is “Santa Claus on vacation”. The two form an unlikely bond as Sam tries to spread some holiday cheer. It’s not long before people start to believe Jacksons story about Sam and just maybe it’s actually true.
Set near a small Italian fishing village during the 1950s, the story follows young sea-creature Luca as he spends his time caring for his families’ school of goatfish and dreaming of a life above the water. Fortunately he befriends the daring and somewhat reckless Alberto who is more than willing to aid Luca in following his dreams. The two form a close bond as they explore the village and befriend the locals. Unbeknownst to them Lucas parents are tracking them down, just as the two boys have entered a local race that if won will change their lives forever.
Set on the brink of WWII, this story follows 5 foreigners caught up in the civil unrest of China, who make it out with their lives on the last plane. Only to find themselves kidnapped and eventually crashing in a remote mountain region deep in the Himalayas. There they’re saved by a mysterious people who live in a fertile mountain valley called Shangri-La. Ronald Colman stars as a decorated writer, soldier and diplomat who may have just discovered a place where he can finally have peace.
Directed by Frank Capra, in a departure from his normal midwest small town setting. It still delves deep into personal drama as well as lofty and simple ideas of peace and goodwill towards our fellow man. Dimitri Tiomkins’ ethereal and sweeping score perfectly matches the mystery and epic power of this timeless tale.
Valiant is the son of a viking king and queen who have been driven into exile by a traitor. So, Valiant decides to become a knight for King Arthur in order to be able to take back his father’s throne. He finds another villain in Camelot in the person of the mysterious Black Knight. It isnt long before he realizes the culprit is someone from inside the palace, who has a long range plan. It also isnt long before Valiant has another complication; his falling in love with a beautiful princess (Janet Leigh). Robert Wagner stars as the title character in this exciting adventure film.