It sucks that some of the shine has been taken off Holy Grail by its own overwhelming ubiquity.
Guillermo del Toro has never shied away from infusing the harsh realities of life and death into the journeys of his young protagonists.
You know that joke about how we would all side with the queer-coded villains of our childhood?
This is the first adaptation of Chris Van Allsburg’s children’s book about an enchanted board game that magically makes rhinos and Robin Williams appear when you play it.
When cartographers allowed their senses of imagination and self-preservation to fill the unexplored regions of their maps.
They just don’t make ’em like this anymore. Whether you were the kid who went to see Hook in the theater 10 times, or the parent that took them, this movie is timeless for all generations.
Gina Prince-Bythewood, given a budget more than worthy of the best DTV action flick anyone could hope could make it to permanent Netflix browsal.
The Monkey King journeys to the Western streaming services once more with Netflix’s animated adventure from director Anthony Stacchi.
Early on, Wendell & Wild feels like it might not be for kids so much as inebriated adults. Over the course of its runtime.
“They’ll gnaw your knees!” “They’ll pick their teeth with your bones!” The citizens of Cheesebridge have little love for boxtrolls.