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  • Inkheart (PG)

    This old-fashioned, winningly sincere children's fantasy stars Brendan Fraser as a “book doctor” who cares for old tomes and has the magical ability to summon characters from books to life. more...
  • Island of the Lost (PG)

    John Florea this 1967 action adventure about an anthropologist and his family who wind up on a mysterious island after their ship runs aground in the South Pacific. more...
  • Jaws (PG)

    It broke box-office records in 1975, and probably posted an aesthetic landmark, too—in proving that actors and characters were completely redundant in the shopping center cinema of the 70s. more...
  • Monster House (PG)

    Leave it to the nakedly cunning executive producers Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis to fashion a digitally animated scare show for kids predicated on what may be the most blatant evocation of vagina dentata in movie history: a spiteful, devouring haunted house driven by the angry spirit of a circus fat lady. more...
  • Piranha (PG)

    Not to be confused with the Joe Dante favorite from 1978, or its 2010 remake, this is a 1972 thriller about a wildlife photographer getting into trouble in the Venezuelan jungle. more...
  • Race to Witch Mountain (PG)

    Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and director Andy Fickman (The Game Plan) reteam for this action-driven update of Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) and Return From Witch Mountain (1978). more...
  • Sheba, Baby (PG)

    Even the spectacular Pam Grier is sandbagged in this clumsy black actioner (1975) by William Girdler; she plays a private detective trying to stop the mob from taking over her father's loan company. more...
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG)

    Adapted from the Cartoon Network series and buffed up for the big screen with 3-D CGI, this Star Wars animation takes place in between Episode II—Attack of the Clones and Episode III—Revenge of the Sith, with Jedi knight Anakin Skywalker trying to forestall an intergalactic incident by rescuing the kidnapped son of Jabba the Hutt. more...
  • Surf's Up (PG)

    A surfing penguin heads for the tropics in this kids' feature, the second project from Sony Pictures' new animation unit (the first was Open Season). more...