'Amal' is about an honest autorickshaw driver who impresses a wealthy man so much that he leaves his fortune to him. The executors of the will need to find Amal within 30 days, or the fortune will go to the wealthy man's family.
'Rise Of The Guardians' is your basic good vs evil story and you know how it will end. It's watchable but not a great DVD.
Dracula tries to keep his daughter Mavis safe and away from humans whom he thinks only want to kill monsters. His safe haven at Hotel Transylvania is however one day visited by a human boy.
If you’ve got children who haven’t seen this film, rest assured that Mary Poppins will keep them easily glued to the screen for a couple of hours.
While 'Frankenweenie' is about friendship and learning to let go, the subject is bringing the dead back to life – which will not sit well with everyone (adults or kids).
Mouse Hunt is not exactly a memorable movie, but has enough in it to spend an amusing afternoon with the kids.
'Angelina And Her Parents' Dance Lessons' has four episodes, teaching kids about friendship, patience and persistence, and teamwork.
Stuart Little is a can-do mouse and in this, straight-to-DVD third instalment, he takes that positive attitude to the great American outdoors, learning from new friends and teaching them good values in return.
'Wreck-It Ralph' turns things around – the good guys aren't always the heroes and the bad guys aren't always bad. Good watch.
'Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 3: Dog Days' should keep you and your tween amused and entertained.