Trained in the skills of sea power, Pi the fish can fight a shark, sink a squid or batter any random predator that ever threatens his friends and neighbors on the reef. Unfortunately, being... See full summary »
Mark A.Z. Dippé,
Nothing in the world can make Garfield get involved in anything besides eating, until the muscular super cat Garzooka comes crashing into Cartoon World from the Comic Book universe with ... See full summary »
Mark A.Z. Dippé
Why would Ivy O'Connor take her own life when she was so talented, stylish and loved by everyone? The mystery of Ivy's death reveals a heartbreaking reality and the real dangers that lurk in the hallways of our schools.
Stitch, an alien living on Earth disguised as a dog with his human family, continues his adventures when he discovers that the alien family he never knew he had is now in Hawaii, being hunted down by galactic forces.
Widower Sheriff Andy and his son Opie live with Andy's Aunt Bee in Mayberry NC. With virtually no crimes to solve, most of Andy's time is spent philosophizing and calming down his cousin Deputy Barney.
Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny are four orphaned brothers and sisters who mysteriously appear in a small town on a warm summer night. No one knows who these young wanderers are or where they have come from. Frightened to live with a grandfather they have never met, the children make a home for themselves in an old abandoned red boxcar they discover in the woods. Henry, the oldest, goes to town to earn money and buy food and supplies while the other kids make a home in the boxcar finding old dishes and scraps in a junkyard. Ambitious and resourceful, the plucky children make a happy life for themselves. As time passes, they discover the struggles and rewards of independence as well as the joys of family - until one day Violet gets too sick for her brothers and sister to care for her. They must take Violet to a doctor risking discovery and the loss of their secret home in the forest. Written by
The Boxcar Children is, while an accurate representation of the book also of the same name, not the best in a few words. The combination of 2D and 3D animation looked awkward, and I honestly have to ask: What's so wrong with the actual book? I mean sure, it's great for younger children who cannot read, but still, can't you just read the actual book?
Honestly, I don't really know how to feel about this movie, But I will say that it definitely could have been MUCH better if they had just given the movie the feel of a book. Now I know, Harry Potter wasn't exactly like the book, but THAT didn't stop it from being good!
So, in conclusion, I would just say go to your local Barnes and Noble, Buy the book, and just read it. It gives you a better experience than this.
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