Young boy Bruce is practically an engineering genius who transforms an abandoned hotel into an ideal shelter for cannines.
The story is about the challenges and responsibilities faced by Juno, a 16-year-old high school student in Minnesota, after she finds out she is pregnant.
Bedtime Stories, which is a lovely family comedy flick that also delves into fantasy, is most entertaining.
If you don't believe in fairies, never mind. Bloom's dad didn't believe in them either until his teenage daughter introduces him and his wife to a real fairy named Stella.
Who doesn't love Santa Claus? We all certainly do. But imagine if he was your brother. Not only would he be the sibling to hog all the attention but he's bound to be mama's favourite as well.
What I like most about this 1999 production is the wonderfully crafted cartoon feature in the video. Head of animation, Tony Fucile, certainly deserves the credit for his excellent work in this action-adventure, sci-fi film.
Indy returns after nearly 20 years. This action-packed movie is one for the true fans who want a whiff of nostalgia but beyond that it fails in comparison to the other three Indy movies.
Have you ever wondered how nature gets its glow? Who gives it light, colours and crafts every tiny detail? And who helps creatures to walk, swim and fly? Enter Pixie Hollow, the magical world of fairies and especially where Tinker Bell originated from golden dust.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian continues where The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe left off. The movie is based on C.S. Lewis' classic fantasy book.
Futurama is the TV animation series by Matt Groening after his highly popular TV series The Simpsons. The jokes are not as straightforward as the ones you find in The Simpsons and the show is incredibly fast-paced.