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  • American Made Movie (G)

    I'm surprised that a distributor picked up this documentary about the U.S. manufacturing industry for theatrical release—it feels like something you'd watch in a high school economics class. more...
  • Beauty and the Beast (G)

    Despite some excessive narrative streamlining, this 1991 release was Disney's best animated feature in years, full of charm and humor. more...
  • Beauty and the Beast 3D (G)

    Despite some excessive narrative streamlining, this 1991 release was Disney's best animated feature in years, full of charm and humor. more...
  • Cars 2 (G)

    A rare dud from Pixar, Cars (2006) turned out to be the end of the road, more or less, for both Paul Newman and George Carlin. more...
  • Charlotte's Web (G)

    The E.B. White classic about a young pig who fears the frying pan and a spider who spins promotional billboards to save him was first adapted to the screen in 1973, as a bad Hanna-Barbera animation with such sterling voice talents as Agnes Moorehead, Henry Gibson, Pamelyn Ferdin, and Paul Lynde as Templeton the rat. more...
  • Deep Sea (G)

    The filmmakers of Into the Deep provide another look at the strange world beneath the ocean's surface. more...
  • Deep Sea 3D (G)

    The immersive quality of 3-D is particularly well suited to undersea documentaries, and this one, directed by Howard Hall (Into the Deep), offers a close-up look at such fantastic creatures as the fried egg jellyfish, the mantis shrimp, the sand tiger shark, and the thuggish wolf eel. more...