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  • Battle for Terra (PG)

    Directed by Aristomenis Tsirbas, this 3D computer animation is more otherworldly than most sci-fi films, and its environmentally conscious theme couldn't be more timely. more...
  • The Dark Crystal (PG)

    Like Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan this drab, often grating puppet show is another fantasy film version of the Waste Land myth; From Ritual to Romance, that classic of crackpot lit crit, seems to have been the most read book in Hollywood at the time. more...
  • Ernest & Celestine
  • Ernest & Celestine (PG)

    Based on a series of Belgian children's books, this pleasant 2012 animation feature (a French-Belgian-Luxembourgian coproduction) looks as if it were created in colored pencil and watercolors; the images have a soft, inviting quality that befits the storybook narrative. more...
  • Frankenweenie (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...
  • Frankenweenie 3D (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...
  • Frankenweenie: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...