Gratuity ‘Tip’ Tucci (Rihanna) is a canny teenager who managed to avoid capture when the world was conquered by an alien race known as the Boov. She accidentally befriends Oh (Parsons, The Big Bang Theory), a rascally young Boov outcast who has annoyed many of his Boov peers.
Having become firm friends, the pair set out on a fun, action-packed road trip which might well help to make the Boov-run planet a far better place.
Famed for such animated classics as ANTZ and SINBAD, director Tim Johnson applies cutting-edge visual technology to Adam Rex’s bestselling novel The True Meaning of Smekday, and adds star names such as Steve Martin and Jennifer Lopez to what will surely be another digital blockbuster for DreamWorks.
This Pixar's computer-animated story evokes the classic fairy-tale formula of Disney's early hand-drawn gems. Set in the rugged, emerald wilds of the ancient Scottish Highlands, BRAVE follows a young princess named Merida as she challenges tradition and faces her destiny head on.
A skilled archer and a feisty free spirit, Merida is determined to break free from the patriarchal shackles of her father's kingdom, and causes a stir among the citizens when she participates in a long-established archery contest. Amidst the ensuing commotion she turns to an eccentric old Wise Woman and is granted a wish that will plunge everyone she holds dear into danger. With a dark curse unleashed, Merida will have to muster all of her strength and courage to restore harmony to the land.
With big dreams of becoming a musician, 12-year-old guitarist Miguel (Gonzalez) sets out to solve the mystery behind his family’s age-old ban on music. His adventures take him and his trusty dog Dante to the dazzlingly colourful Land of the Dead. Here, the young hero is met by a trickster skeleton Héctor (Bernal), and together they work hard to lift the musical curse. But will Miguel manage to make it back to the real world intact and will he solve the ancestral mystery? Pixar brings us another stunning family animation, masterfully directed by Lee Unkrich and co-directed by Adrian Molina. This time it’s Day of the Dead-themed and packed with magical skeletons, vibrant Mexican tradition, mischievous dogs and raucous celebrations. A truly captivating coming-of-age film with the family and a sense of humour at its heart.
Nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar at the 2010 Academy Awards, THE SECRET OF KELLS is a charming, traditionally animated comedy adventure with an impressive voice cast. The action takes place in ninth-century Ireland, where Viking marauders have forced inhabitants of the Abbey of Kells to erect a huge wall to defend their land. Abbot Cellach (Gleeson, PERRIER'S BOUNTY) expects his nephew Brendan (McGuire) to continue protecting the township, but a mysterious manuscript illuminator (Lally, ALEXANDER) rolls into town with unfinished scrolls and urges Brendan to embark on a quest with him. Filled with peril, their trip takes them far and wide to an enchanted forest where mythical creatures dwell, and here Brendan learns that in order to complete the book he must first face his greatest fears.
Ferdinand is a big bull with an even bigger heart. He enjoys the finer things in life – flowers, smaller fellow animals and the like. But after he’s accidently stung by a bee and charges rampantly across the fields, he’s captured by greedy brigands who see a big future for him fighting in Madrid’s bullring. Determined to return to his beloved family in rural Spain, Ferdinand rallies a team of misfits to try and escape. Working from Munro Leaf’s bestselling 1930s children’s book, writer-director Carlos Saldanha (Rio, Ice Age) has applied his considerable creative talents to deliver another animated crowd-pleaser. Its stars include Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters), David Tennant and Bobby Cannavale, with wrestler-turned-actor John Cena voicing the misunderstood steer.
Dubbed into English.
A colourful animation film about a loveable archaeology student called Tad. When his professor discovers the legendary papyrus of King Midas, proving that the ancient king really could turn everything he touched to gold, Tad gets drawn into an archaeological mystery adventure.
Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of courageous caveman hero Dug (Eddie Redmayne) and his best friend Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age City to save their home.
After winning the third championship with the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan announces his retirement from basketball and declares his intention to play baseball. Meanwhile, deep in space, on another planet called Moron Mountain an outer space theme park, Mr. Swackhammer sends five tiny aliens known as the Nerdlucks to go to Looney Tune Land and capture all the Looney Tune characters and take them to Moron Mountain. But the Looney Tunes thinks of a plan to find a way to escape slavery on Moron Mountain. And Bugs Bunny decided to defend themselves by challenging the Nerdlucks to a basketball game. Then the Nerdlucks uses their strange powers to steal the talent of five NBA stars such as Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Muggsy Bogues, Larry Johnson, and Shawn Bradley which they'll ultimately transform themselves into the tallest and muscular Monstars. It's up to Michael Jordan to help the Looney Tunes play a basketball game vs. the Monstars. But if the Monstars win, then Swackhammer gets the Looney Tunes, and along with Jordan to Moron Mountain!