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Breezy computer animated comedy Hotel Transylvania turns familiar horror lore upside down: it’s the monsters that are running scared of humans. Fear not, Count Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) has created the perfect refuge for his spooky brethren, a Romanian … Continue reading
A pull-string cowboy sheriff, a rodent chef and a waste-collecting robot have all made their mark as Pixar heroes. Now, not before time, a girl takes centre stage in Brave, Pixar’s 13th animated film and its first to feature a … Continue reading
Rise of the Planet of the Apes Monkey see, monkey do… This reboot of the classic movie franchise sees super-smart simian Caesar leading his fellow brutalised primates in an urban uprising. If you can see this, then you might need … Continue reading
After the sublime wonder of Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 has been eagerly awaited with a mix of excitement and trepidation in our household. With two sons who have grown up thinking of Woody, Buzz and the gang as … Continue reading
A racing certainty for this year’s Best Animated Film Oscar, Pixar’s buoyant comedy adventure Up is another triumph for the studio behind Toy Story, Ratatouille and Wall·E – and it’s just as enchanting in 2D on DVD as it was … Continue reading
Animated movies have reached such heights of visual sophistication that we’ve come to take the most astonishing feats of technical virtuosity for granted. Which is all to the good. Now that we’ve stopped gasping at animators’ skill at rendering fur … Continue reading
With their buoyant new movie, Up, those computer animation wizards at Pixar have come up with another cartoon gem to match such earlier triumphs as Toy Story, The Incredibles, Ratatouille and Wall·E. And they’ve scored with the same winning formula: … Continue reading
Movie Talk sniffs around the back alleys of the internet to bring you the latest showbiz news – so you don’t get your head stuck inside the wrong bin… Madeleine Stowe’s directorial debut Unbound Captives will be a must-see period … Continue reading
The 62nd Cannes Film Festival lifts off today with the world premiere of Pixar’s Up, but as the red carpets are rolled out, reports are circulating that the Festival’s trademark glitz has been toned down from blinding to merely squint-worthy thanks to the … Continue reading