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The Walt Disney Animation film Big Hero 6 is about a 13 year old boy named Hiro who loves robotics and already graduated from high school. Hiro has an older brother named Tadashi who created a cuddly marshmallow looking robot named Bamax who is designed to heal the sick and injured. Bamax is also full of that robot personality that is funny when he doesn't even try. When everything seems to be going good for Hiro a disaster strikes causing a big impact on Hiro's life. After that Hiro, Bamax and four other friends set off to find a man in a mask who has stolen Hiro’s invention.

23 Blast  is a touchdown for perseverance

Vivian Weigel

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Winter is back in the new movie "Dolphin Tale 2."

A high school football team breaks records and takes your breath away.

     “The Giver,” written by Lois Lowry over 20 years ago has finally been made into a movie.

Will cooking bring these two different cultures together or tear them apart?

Marvel expands their movies into the cosmos!

The human race has collapsed. Day by day, humans everywhere are dropping like flies. Why, you ask?

Will they transform the world or will it be the age of extinction? 

See "The Fault in Our Stars." Okay? Okay.

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is filled with lots of twists and turns, not only in the dragon racing.

 Before dawn on her sixteenth birthday, Aurora will prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel.

JB Bernstein is at it again, this time, on his way to India to find a Major League Baseball pitcher. Yes, the true story turned into a movie is here: “The Million Dollar Arm.”

    WARNING: This is not your dad’s Godzilla.

Everybody knows the innovative, classic story of The Wizard of Oz. How about a change? In other words, how about a sequel?

In the new sequel for The Amazing Spiderman, Peter Parker (played by Andrew Garfield) is back quirkier and funnier than ever.

The party is back again in Rio 2 but with more fun and adventure than ever!

Filled with mischief and adventure the Strawberry Shortcake movie is perfect for young girls.

The movie, “Cesar Chavez,” places the audience in the middle of an epic civil rights struggle in America: the 1965-1970 Delano Strike and Grape Boycott. 

Noah is an action-packed film with lots of excitement. There are definitely parts that are not suitable for young children such as scary scenes, graphic details, blood and gore, and romantic scenes. But otherwise, this movie is a very entertaining movie for the 12 and up crowd.

The Muppets are back again!