Black Beauty, a modern day retelling of Anna Sewell’s frequently adapted novel, is a melodrama that the whole family could enjoy with relative ease.
Covering already well documented and adapted ground in an entertaining and innovative way, The Real Right Stuff is a familiar history lesson told in captivating fashion.
Instead of aiming itself squarely at the rabid fan bases for LEGO, Star Wars, or the overlap between them, this cheap looking and barely passable animated yarn is aimed squarely at the youngest and least discriminating of kids.
Disney’s Once Upon A Snowman is 8 minutes of pure Olaf. It’s a funny, mildly chaotic short with a lot of heart, following the snowman as almost literally tries to find himself.