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  • Madagascar (PG)

    A Dreamworks computer-animated feature (2005) about a lion (the voice of Ben Stiller), a zebra (Chris Rock), a hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith), and a giraffe (David Schwimmer) in a Manhattan zoo that get shipped to Africa, then find themselves unequipped for the wilds. more...
  • Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (PG)

    In this nutty sequel to the 2005 Dreamworks 3-D animated hit, four best friends and former stars of the Central Park Zoo—a dancing lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), a rollicking zebra (Chris Rock), a lugubrious giraffe (David Schwimmer), and a hippo diva (Jada Pinkett Smith)—look forward to trading their current island residence on Madagascar for their old island home of Manhattan. more...
  • Megamind (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Megamind 3D (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Megamind: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Mind Game (NR)

    Masaaki Yuasa's 2004 animated Japanese cult film is about a young aspiring comic book artist who is killed by a yakuza while trying to protect the girl he loves, but escapes from limbo for a second chance. more...
  • Monsters, Inc. (G)

    Monsters, Inc., a factory located in the realm behind the bedroom-closet doors of every child, pays its employees to make children scream—screams are the equivalent of electricity in the monster universe. more...