A beautiful stop-motion film full of heart, derring-do and magic that will keep a whole family watching.
A huge film with nothing to say, this is a shapeless and stupid waste of time so bad you almost hope the Earth is destroyed.
Clever and thoughtful, but also exuberant and joyful, this riveting comedy looks at the big questions about art and truth with a humour that cannot be resisted.
A light-hearted imagining of what might have been said in the strangest meeting the White House has known so far.
Darker than it's quirky nature suggests, this is a film that asks some tough questions family, love, responsibility and freedom.
While this musical does feature huge choreographed numbers and sweeping shots of LA, it's also an intimate portrait of failure, success and regret.
A funny and surprisingly moving portrait of two men locked in a dependency on each other that neither is wholly happy with.
Acerbic, witty and determined, Lady Susan is a modern woman who just happens to live in the 1790s.