Little does he know his life is about to be changed by an eight-year-old wilderness explorer named Russell. © 2020 Time Out America LLC and affiliated companies owned by Time Out Group Plc. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your account. One of our favorite feel-good films of all time, the action-packed tale of Princess Buttercup and Farm Boy/Dread Pirate Roberts/Westley (as read to young Fred Savage by his grandfather) steals our hearts with great one-liners, suspense and even some romance. This live animation film has it all, from twerking bunnies, to suspenseful chase scenes, to a thoughtful meditation on the meaning of friendship.

While it might not be your usual choice of film, this 3D animated film is adorable and funny. He has full control over the house, but a few sneaky (albeit spastic) bandits realize he's alone and decide to move in. Coming Soon. During the holidays, Buddy heads to NYC to become aquainted with his family, but he soon realizes things aren't always so holly jolly...at least at first. She teams up with legendary demigod Maui in order to confront the creatures that lurk in the seas and fulfill her dangerous quest.

There’s trouble brewing, however, as Miss Hannigan and her seedy friends concoct a plan to get rich. The original child superstar, Shirley Temple was never better than in this prototypical Temple-esque tale of a curly-haired orphan trying to live with her kindly pilot godfather. With a 96 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer, it’s sure to be a good option. When she enlists the unwilling help of con fox Nick Wilde, the pair find themselves going down a rabbit hole of clues, scandals and close calls. Rated G. You may have heard “Wax on, wax off” a hundred times by now—that’s about the amount of times we could watch this movie in a row without tiring. Both pictures were lensed by a cinematographer who previously worked with Romanian auteur Cristian Mungiu on his similarly claustrophobic portraits of oppressive societal strictures. Starring Tom Hanks as adult John Baskin, the film sees a young boy wish ‘to be big’ and his dreams come true, forcing him to learn the intricacies of life as a grown up, what it’s like to find love and make us all desperate to by a big piano in the process. Saxophone player Joe (Tony Curtis) and his friend Jerry (Jack Lemmon) witness a Mafia murder and escape from Chicago by disguising themselves as women and join an all-female jazz band to head to Florida. Rated PG. Jake and his brother Elwood are on a 'mission from God' to reunite their old band to play at a fundraiser to save their childhood orphanage. The sparseness and patience of My Happy Family are integral to its power, matching the inscrutability of Manana herself.

Class in in session with this corker of a film. Rated PG. (10min), The honest musings of a Chinese grandmother brings an unseen community into the spotlight. All rights reserved. The film that will make you wish you'd formed a music band as a teenager, Sing Street is about a boy called Conor growing up in Dublin during the 1980s and starts a band to distract himself from his troubled schooling and strained family life, in order to get the girl. Joe falls for Sugar (Marilyn Monroe) while Jerry finds himself chased by a millionaire and his mobsters. By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Rated PG. You don't need to be a kid to enjoy George Lucas' old-fashioned tale of outer-space adventure, as the global cult of adult wanna-be Jedis and devoted Droidaphiles can attest. The inaugural story in the Harry Potter series catapults fans into a magical realm sprinkled with fantasy and excitement—and we haven't looked back since. And, most importantly, will your kids ever stop signing "Let It Go"? The first scene follows her on a tour of the apartment where she will eventually move alone, much to the utter bewilderment of her family.