February 11, 2010
"Percy Jackson & the Olympians" A boy is swept up in a battle of Greek gods. "Valentine's Day" Intertwining stories of love. "The Wolfman" A nobleman's horrible destiny. Also: "The Most Dangerous Man in America" "My Name Is Khan" "North Face" "Order of Chaos" "Red Riding Trilogy" "Terribly Happy"
April 19, 2014 |
Considered deeply uncool at one point, music from animated movies is back - and singing along is now not only OK for kids, it's something adults record themselves doing on their phones and share on YouTube. The boom in popular songs from animated movies comes after a long fallow period when the form yielded few hits in the music world, despite box-office juggernauts like the "Toy Story," "Shrek" and "Ice Age" franchises. Though all incorporated music in their films, it was rarely the kind that had come to define the genre at Disney Animation in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when it was making music-driven hits like "The Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Little Mermaid.