Directed by David Bowers. UK. 2006. 5+. 1 hour 25 minutes. Fox. Digital.
From the makers of Wallace & Gromit, comes this delightful animated adventure! When he’s accidentally flushed into the sewer, rich rat Roddy (voiced by Hugh Jackman) is thrust out of his posh lifestyle and into the rough-and-tumble world of Ratropolis. Now, Roddy must make his way back home with the help of Rita (voiced by Kate Winslet), a street smart scavenger rat. This fun and funny film . . .
Directed by Steven Spielberg. US. 1982. 6+. 1 hour 55 minutes. Universal. Digital.
What can we say about this blockbuster family favorite that hasn’t already been said? Thirty-five years after its original release, Steven Spielberg’s heartwarming and awe-inspiring tale of a lonely boy (Henry Thomas) who befriends an alien stranded on Earth continues to make audiences laugh, cry and be full of wonder. Bring the whole family and experience E.T. the way it was meant to be seen . . .
Directed by Steven Spielberg. US. 1981. Ages 8+. 1 hour 55 minutes. Paramount. Digital.
“From the first moments, when the star-circled mountain in the Paramount Pictures logo fades into a similarly shaped, fog-shrouded Andean peak, where who knows what awful things are about to happen, Raiders of the Lost Ark is off and running at a breakneck pace that simply won’t stop until the final shot, an ironic epilogue that recalls nothing less than Citizen Kane. That, however, is the only . . .
Directed by Rob Reiner. US. 1987. Ages 8+. 1 hour 38 minutes. Fox. DCP.
“Both a send-up and a salute to the storybook adventure, The Princess Bride mixes in all the essential ingredients—a beautiful heroine (Robin Wright), a simple farmhand who is much more than he seems (Cary Elwes), a friendly giant (Andre the Giant, who else?), a Spaniard out for revenge (Mandy Patinkin), an evil prince (Chris Sarandon), rodents of unusual size, a decrepit miracle worker (Billy Crystal) and much else . . .