Collision Course, the fifth film in this animated franchise, is easily the weakest and dullest outing in the series so far
As family films go its probably skewed more towards the kids than, say, a Pixar film is, but it's colourful, harmless fun
The Secret Life of Pets is well-made and very watchable – if only the story was sharper and a little more original
When Marnie Was There is a beautiful slice of idyllic summertime bliss, laced with a healthy dose of pain and longing
This is the first Peanuts film in CGI but its makers have been careful to emulate the look and feel of the old TV specials and the comic strip itself
Goosebumps is a joyous romp that manages to nod to classic horrors and genre clichés, while delivering some family-friendly scares and a remarkable amount of genuine humour
A mother and her teenage son struggle to cope with their crumbling family life as well as some new feelings in Andrew Steggall's debut feature film
The Wonder Years defined the generation that watched it, an excellent series that is as fresh, funny, poignant and unusual as the day it aired
When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful.
Zootropolis takes on bigotry and stereotypes and does it brilliantly, all within the confines of a cracking little crime thriller.