A captivating completely animated version of a timeless classic, The Wizard of Oz. Journey downt he yellow brick road along side Dorothy, her little dog Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodsman, and of course the Cowardly Lion as they search for the great and powerful Oz. On their their way , they are interrupted by the Witch of the West. her wolf and crow henchmen, bot Dorothy and her friends rise above their evil and discover the Wizard and Aileen Quinn as Dorothy, this joyful adaption is well suited for young children
A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! is a live action television film based on the animated series The Fairly OddParents. It first aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on July 9, 2011 to celebrate the series's tenth anniversary. Unlike the previous animated films of the series, this film was presented in live-action mixed with CGI animation. This is the first Nicktoon to be shown in live-action. The television film was viewed by 5.8 million viewers during its original airing.
The television movie is set in the city of Dimmsdale and centers on Timmy Turner with his fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda and his fairy godbrother Poof. In the movie, Timmy is now twenty-three years old but is still in fifth grade with his fairy-obsessed fifth grade teacher Mr. Crocker. Despite being grown up, Timmy finds a loophole in the fairy rulebook Da Rules: if he continues to act like a kid, he will still get to keep his fairies. However, the dilemma rises when Tootie, who was once a dorky girl when she was ten years old, returns to Dimmsdale as an attractive woman. Timmy falls in love with her, a sign that he is growing up to an adult, which means he is closer to losing his fairies. Meanwhile, an oil business tycoon named Hugh J. Magnate, Jr., who teams up with Mr. Crocker, plans to use Timmy's fairies' magic in order to promote his oil business.
Benjamin (Ben) Tennyson, his cousin Gwen, and their grandfather Maxwell start their summer camping trip. Ben goes stomping off into the woods after another fight with Gwen, whom he is not happy to have along on the trip, and finds an alien pod on the ground. When he examines it, he finds a mysterious, watch-like device, called the Omnitrix, stored inside. The device attaches permanently to his wrist and gives him the ability to transform into a variety of alien life-forms, each with their own unique powers, quite similar to DC Comics' Dial H for Hero comic. Although Ben realizes that he has a responsibility to help others with these new abilities at his disposal, he is not above a little superpowered mischief now and then. Along with Gwen and Max, Ben fights evil, both extraterrestrial and benl.
Young filmmaker and scientist Victor Frankenstein (Charlie Tahan) lives with his parents, Edward and Susan Frankenstein (Martin Short and Catherine O'Hara) and his beloved dog, Sparky, in the quiet town of New Holland. Victor's intelligence is recognized by his classmates at school, his somber next-door neighbor, Elsa Van Helsing (Winona Ryder), mischievous, Igor-like Edgar "E" Gore (Atticus Shaffer), obese and gullible Bob (Robert Capron), overconfident Toshiaki (James Hiroyuki Liao), creepy Nassor (also Short), and an eccentric girl nicknamed Weird Girl (also O'Hara), but communicates little with them due to his relationship with his dog. Concerned with his son's isolation, Victor's father encourages him to take up baseball and make achievements outside of science. Victor hits a home run at his first game, but Sparky, pursuing the ball, is struck by a car and killed.
Inspired by his science teacher Mr. Rzykruski's (Martin Landau) demonstration of the effect of electricity on dead frogs, a depressed Victor digs up Sparky's corpse, brings him to his makeshift laboratory in the attic, and successfully reanimates him with lightning. Seeing Weird Girl's living cat, Mr. Whiskers, the undead Sparky escapes from the attic and explores the neighborhood. He is recognized by Edgar, who blackmails Victor into teaching him how to raise the dead. The two reanimate a dead goldfish, which turns invisible due to an error with the experiment. Edgar brags about the undead fish to Toshiaki and Bob, which, in panic of losing the upcoming science fair, inspires them to make a rocket out of soda bottles, which causes Bob to break his arm and Mr. Rzykruski to be blamed and fired due to his accused influencing and reviling the townsfolk for questioning his methods when he steps up for self-defense. So, the gym teacher (also O'Hara) replaces Mr. Rzykruski.
Flint Lockwood always wanted to invent something great. Despite his creativity and zealous enthusiasm, his inventions, including spray on shoes, a remote controlled television, rat birds, hair-un-balder, and a flying car, all end in failure. Flint lives in Swallow Falls, a tiny fictional town in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, with Tim, his widowed technophobic father who misunderstands his son's talent. The town's only source of revenue is the Baby Brent Sardine cannery that has closed down, leaving the town only sardines for nourishment.
Along with the aid of his pet monkey, Steve, Flint invents a machine that transforms water into food, called the "Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator" (FLDSMDFR for short). Flint turns on the FLDSMDFR in his laboratory, but ends up short circuiting the house. He decided to power the machine by hooking it up to the nearby power plant. When he turns the machine back on it ends up rocketing through town, destroying the newly opened tourist attraction Sardine Land, and shooting up into the stratosphere. While recuperating from his failure, he meets Samantha "Sam" Sparks, a weather intern whose big break was foiled by Flint's actions. Their conversation is cut short when rainbow colored clouds float over the town and begin to rain cheeseburgers.
The world's coolest teen crime fighter is at it again as she and her trusted sidekick Ron Stoppable keep the world safe from more seriously wacko bad guys in KIM POSSIBLE: THE VILLAIN FILES. It's big time fun as Kim Possible takes on Duff Killigan, Senior Senior Jr., and a host of other arch enemies in the super series of adventures. Experience four awesome Kim Possible missions, including a never-before-seen episode starring the dreaded Dr. Drakken as he unveils his plot to take over the planet. In other action, Kim tries to predict her perfect mate and finds herself in humiliation nation when she, literally, almost dies of embarrassment. It's way cool action you don't want to miss.
Via a magic mirror, Twilight Sparkle travels into an alternate universe in order to recover a crown that was stolen from the Crystal Empire. Upon her arrival she is horrified to learn that she has turned into a human.
The plot of the animated production is in most respects similar to that of the book, which was already styled as a classic children's novel, and so is adapted in that vein for a younger audience; but certain plot points are significantly compressed due to the time limitations of the format. In addition, certain scenes are obviously edited for commercial breaks. In general, alterations include simple omission of additional detail, as the producers expressed their desire to adhere to the written text, including lyrics adapted from the songs in the book but in much longer and greater format.
A villain named McCreep steals the Smurfs' magic flute, an instrument that makes people dance wildly, and uses it to rob them. The Smurf King sends out Peewit to track down the thief and retrieve the flute.
The film follows the plot of the TV series SpongeBob SquarePants, focusing on the anthropomorphic sea sponge SpongeBob SquarePants (Tom Kenny). It begins with a live action sequence of a pirate crew eagerly awaiting their treasure: tickets to The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. When they recover it, they sail to the movie theater and sit down at the front row seats to watch the film. In the movie proper, SpongeBob has a dream of becoming the manager of the Krusty Krab restaurant and that the restaurant is in danger because a customer named Phil has no cheese on his Krabby Patty, but SpongeBob comes to save the day. SpongeBob wakes up, and happily gets ready for the Krusty Krab 2 opening ceremony, with the hope that his boss Mr. Krabs (Clancy Brown) will promote him as manager of the new restaurant. At the opening ceremony, SpongeBob is denied the title, which is instead given to his co-worker Squidward Tentacles (Rodger Bumpass), due to being "more mature" than SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs thinking that he is "just a kid" and unable to handle the task.
Based on an original idea by creator, Joe Barbera, Tom and Jerry find themselves in a fantastic wonderland brought to life by holiday magic and set to the music of Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker". In an empty opera house, Jerry wishes for his chance to perform and magically his dream comes true. The little mouse is whisked away to an enchanted kingdom where anything is possible... candy forests, singing snowflakes, even the toys spring to life! Jerry has a great time with his new friends and whenï¿½Jerry dances with a music box ballerina, he is as happy as happy can be. Unfortunately, a group of alley cats led by Tom, crash Jerry's party, kidnap the music box ballerina, and wreak havoc in the holiday kingdom. It's up to Jerry to set things right and send those mean old cats back to the alley where they belong. With some help from a mouse named Tuffy and all his newfound friends... Jerry just might win the day!
Life isn’t easy on Piggy Island for the Angry Birds. Red and his fearless feathered companions, Chuck, Matilda, Bomb, the Blues and Terence, must band together to protect their eggs and their future from the wily plotting of the Bad Piggies! ANGRY BIRDS TOONS brings to life the characters and adventures from one of the beloved games in history, now as mini episodes for the whole family to enjoy.
The story is set on the fictional island of Ngaro, a microcosm of New Zealand. There, a young Kiwi boy vows to get Santa Claus’ attention and bring Christmas to his tiny, overlooked corner of the world.
Will Holly & Hal MooseTM, the dynamic sibling duo, work together to save Christmas and their friendship in time for Santa to make his famous flight? Find out in our first Build-A-Bear Workshop® furry friend-inspired storybook.
Scooby-Doo and the gang participate in a toy store's holiday parade where they discover the abandoned haunted clock tower with a troubled past. A sinister snowman haunts the streets and accompanied with a large blizzard, threatens to close down the toy store for good
He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special is a Christmas television special based on the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and its spin-off She-Ra: Princess of Power, originally broadcast in December 1985. Although that date marked its only broadcast on television (save for some markets that aired it again for the next few years), it was later released on VHS and more recently, BCI Eclipse released it on DVD on December 6, 2005. Classic Media acquired the rights for the DVDs and re-released this special on October 12, 2010.