This animated reboot of TV’s spookiest family plays its kid-friendly scares a bit too safe.
Issa López captures the horror of growing up in a warzone with a gritty fairy tale that would make Guillermo Del Toro proud.
Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky’s edgy tween comedy finds an unexpected sweetness among the swears.
It may be prefaced by a brilliant, heartfelt short, but Sony Pictures Animation’s latest, like its adaptation, is a huge waste of time.
Netflix brings back the classic Nick cartoon twenty years later for a one-off special filled with heart and surprisingly complicated musings on the passage of time.
Nickelodeon’s teenage live-action reboot of the beloved children’s show brings a strong central performance and oodles of adventure.
Our monthly TV podcast returns to find Bikini Bottom’s favored son for the twentieth anniversary of Nick’s seminal kid’s show.
Never has something looked so photorealistic and felt so fake.
The box office performance of Spider-Man: Far From Home helps drag a slower movie summer out of its funk, while Toy Story 4 keeps chugging along.
Pixar’s fourth trip into the toybox opens up fascinating existential questions while maintaining its delightful core of childlike whimsy.
The sequel to the popular 2016 film has its characters learning new tricks, but its overabundance of plot and characters neuter its message.
Miyazaki’s animated classic effortlessly blends magical realism with a relatable coming-of-age story about building community.
In 1988, Hayao Miyazaki found a bright, adorable way to explore the freedom and exuberance of childhood, and invites adults to see it anew.
The Pokémon franchise takes some crazy swings with a noir adventure that admirably commits to its universe, but might only be for hardcore Poke-fans.
While this animated kid’s film carries its titular dolls’ message of loving your imperfections, the end result is still a little too safe.
The composer talks about scoring the final season of Disney’s animated adventure and crafting a theme for NBC’s […]
Burton’s dark, misguided adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s novel ages particularly poorly among the rest of his works.
Nickelodeon’s latest family film is a boilerplate adventure that roller-coasts on its own basic competence.