Prehistoric family The Croods, led by patriarch Nicolas Cage, are in for several surprises when they’re forced to abandon the cave they’ve always called home, and venture into the larger, animated world around them.
The makers of Ice Age and Rio present an animated tale about an ongoing struggle deep within the forest between forces of good and evil. A teenager finds herself transported into this world, and teams up with the inhabitants to save their world and her own.
Gargamel’s up to his usual dastardly deeds, here creating smurf-like baddies called The Naughties, who kidnap Smurfette, take her to Paris, and try to get her to be a bad girl smurf. It’s up to Papa Smurf, Clumsy, Grouchy and Vanity, along with their human friends, to rescue her and save the day.
Release Date: 8/9/13
Genre: Comedy, Animated, Family Info. + Tix
Originally slated as a direct-to-DVD release, Pixar's sort-of spin-off from the Cars franchise flies into theaters in the late summer months. What's next? Boats?
Ariel, Sebastian, Scuttle, Flounder and the rest of the underwater gang return in three dimensions as the classic Little Mermaid is re-released to theaters, along with its amazing score, songs and timeless tale of a mermaid who sets out on a journey to find her prince and save her father’s kingdom.
Menacing hybrid food-animals are causing problems and it's up to Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) to put a stop to it in this sequel to Sony Animations' 2009 hit. Anna Faris, Neil Patrick Harris, Terry Crews and James Caan return.
The classic cartoon is revisited and refreshed, but the basic story about a smart dog named Peabody and his boy Sherman remains the same. This time, when Sherman gets a hold of a time machine, the animated duo take a fantastical joyride through the ages.
This animated tale about the journey of a hopeful girl, an extreme mountain man, and his sidekick to find the girl’s sister, the Snow Queen, and end her icy reign over the lands, promises lots of adventure, laughs, and the heart expected from the folks behind Tangled, Surf’s Up, and Wreck-It-Ralph.