The second film in Robert Rodriguez’s junior James Bond fantasies takes them to a sweet mad scientist creating preposterous dream-creatures hatched with a childlike love of puns.
Robert Rodriguez brings a sense of whimsy to his family adventure of battling siblings (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) who discover their parents are retired international spies.
Christian Bale made his film debut as British schoolboy in a Japanese prison camp in World War II Shanghai in this superb war drama.
Vincent Minelli’s first Technicolor film is the ultimate in Hollywood Americana and a masterful musical that turned Judy Garland into a true leading lady.
The third film from director Jeff Nichols is a story of childhood adventure steeped in the rural culture of life on the Mississippi and the mythology of Huckleberry Finn, but this boy’s adventure is also tangled in the world of adults and family bonds.
Robert Rodriguez collaborates with his kids on this whimsical fantasy that celebrates and encourages the fantasy lives of children. See a very young Taylor Lautner as Sharkboy.
Based on title alone, you might expect Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) to follow the mockumentary spoofing of Taika Waititi’s previous film What We Do in the Shadows, his deadpan portrait of ancient vampires as eternal idiots on the fringes of Wellington nightlife. In fact it’s a coming of age comedy with a heartwarming soul […]