Directed by Brad Bird. US. 1999. Ages 7+. 1 hour 26 minutes. Warner Bros. Digital.
The animated classic is back on the big screen! A giant alien robot (Vin Diesel) crash-lands near a small New England town in 1957. While exploring the crash site, a 9-year-old boy discovers the robot, and soon forms an unlikely friendship with him. When a government agent becomes determined to destroy the robot, the boys sets out on an adventure to save his new friend.
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Directed by Jules Bass. US. 1982. Ages 6+. 1 hour 32 minutes. Park Circus. Digital.
In this animated classic, an evil king (Christopher Lee) plots to destroy all the world’s unicorns. When a young unicorn (Mia Farrow) learns that may soon be the last of her kind, she leaves the safety of her protected forest and enlists the help of a sorcerer (Alan Arkin) to defeat the king and save the unicorns from extinction. Jeff Bridges, Angela Lansbury and Robert Kline provide additional voices . . .
Directed by Robert Zemeckis. US. 1985. Ages 10+. 1 hour 56 minutes. Universal. Digital.
After an experiment by an eccentric scientist (Christopher Lloyd) goes haywire, high schooler Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) travels back in time to the ’50s – and meets the teenage versions of his parents! In the next few days, Marty must make sure his teenage parents fall in love, figure out a way to make the time machine work again, and travel back to the future – before he ceases to exist . . .