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  • The Eagle Huntress
  • The Eagle Huntress (G)

    Otto Bell makes an impressive directing debut with this stirring documentary, about a 13-year-old Kazakh girl who becomes the first eagle huntress in 12 generations of her family and only the second competing huntress in the modern history of Kazakhstan. more...
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (G)

    With Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde, this was the movie that stirred up the "film generation" of the late 60s, spreading the idea that movies had at last become an art form at precisely the moment when (it now appears in retrospect) the most fertile period of American filmmaking was coming to an end. more...
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan (G)

    The Muppets' enjoyable third feature (1984) has Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the gang storming New York in search of a producer who's willing to give them a shot on Broadway. more...
  • Babe (G)

    This 1995 live-action film about a piglet that behaves like a sheepdog is impressive, though I do think it's creepy to be so entertained by a movie in which I can't tell from one moment to the next whether I'm watching a real animal or a fake. more...
  • Finding Nemo 3D (G)

    This aquatic joyride from Pixar Animation Studios follows the adventures of a young clownfish who swims beyond his coral-reef colony and gets captured by divers; trapped in an aquarium inside a dentist's office in Sydney, he and his tank mates plot their escape, while his cowardly father (the voice of Albert Brooks) tries to find him with the help of a neurotic and forgetful regal blue tang (Ellen DeGeneres in her best role to date). more...
  • Kiki's Delivery Service (G)

    A distribution deal with Disney made this charming feature-length animation (1989) the first big U.S. success for Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli. more...
  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams (G)

    The latest "ain't earth weird?" documentary from Werner Herzog focuses on the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France, where the oldest known cave paintings offer clues to what humans were like 32,000 years ago. more...
  • Earth (G)

    This first feature from Disney's new nature division has an encyclopedic reach and spectacular footage shot by more than two dozen crack cinematographers. more...
  • Finding Nemo (G)

    This aquatic joyride from Pixar Animation Studios follows the adventures of a young clownfish who swims beyond his coral-reef colony and gets captured by divers; trapped in an aquarium inside a dentist's office in Sydney, he and his tankmates plot their escape, while his cowardly father (the voice of Albert Brooks) tries to find him with the help of a neurotic and forgetful regal blue tang (Ellen DeGeneres in her best role to date). more...