‘Every ant has his day’ – DreamWorks’ Antz is an animated feature about an unusually neurotic ant (played by Woody Allen) attempting to transcend the strict rules of his society, all while pining for the attention of the princess.
From the curious mind of Tim Burton comes this animated flick about a mischievous boy who takes on ghosts and the undead in order to save his town from a curse that’s plagued its residents for centuries.
Starring the unrecognizable Dustin Hoffman alongside Robin Williams as a Peter Pan, this story tells the tale of a grown up Peter who must confront his nemesis after his children have been kidnapped. The only way for Peter to succeed however is by rediscovering his youth.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Although having received a rather lukewarm reception upon its first major release, Jack Skellington and crew have grown to become quite the cult classic. Bridging the holiday gap between Halloween and Christmas, Jack discovers Christmas Town but is not quite sure what to make of it.
A League of Their Own
Starring legendary Tom Hanks and the versatile Gina Davis, A League of Their Own follows two sisters as they join the first female professional baseball league. A budding rivalry between family members is jostled amidst a struggle to legitimize a female sport against tremendous adversity. This movie packs belly laughs as strong as its underlying message.
The sequel to the much beloved Ghost Busters starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, after the ghost patrol stumbles upon a massive reserve of ectoplasm, a resurgence of spectral activity overtakes the city and commissions the boys to pick up their gear one more time.
The Adventures of Tintin
Audacious reporter Tintin and Captain Haddock set off on a treasure hunt stowed aboard a sunken ship commanded by none other than Haddock’s ancestor. A visually stunning and unforgettable family film.