Dinotopia: Quest for the Ruby Sunstone
- 75 min
Experience the Magic of Dinotopia in an All-New Animated Movie! 26, the beloved young dinosaur from the hit miniseries, stars in an all-new animated movie set on the island where humans and dinosaurs co-exist. Twelve-year-old orphan Kex stows away in a lifeboat, hoping to see the world, but after being washed overboard he finds himself on Dinotopia, befriended by 26. Soon, the friends face trouble when the evil Ogthar is released from his stone prison and recovers the Ruby Sunstone, whose dark power can endanger all of Dinotopia. Join 26, Kex and the other dinosaurs as they fight to save their magical home! Written by Anonymous
- 83 min
In this spoof of big-budget disaster films, a killer planetoid threatens the Earth. To combat this threat, the government turns to vulcanoligist Harry Bottoms. He assembles a crack team of disaster specialists consisting of his estranged daughter Sandy Mellons, V.D. Johnson, Hanukah Jonze (the "Nucular Physician") and Donkey Dixon (the Deepcore Driller). Together with a NASA flight crew and a flatulent French astronaut, our heroes face numerous, preposterous complications, including the hazardous gas passed by Bidet and an angry space monkey who dwells on the planetoid.
Dragons II: The Metal Ages
- 72 min
On the verge of attack by the evil witch queen, Prince Dev and Princess Kyra turn to a young rebel named Gorhager for help in protecting the Human World and the Dragon World.
- 93 min
A young princess makes a drastic decision in order to save her father's eyesight.
- 34 min
Fragile Machine is an underground cg film about science, religion, and man's role in a new nature of which he has partial authorship. Through a unique combination of animation and music which some have likened to an 'electronic operetta' it tells the story of the first girl to be built in a factory instead of born from a womb. The questions abound regarding her creation. Why was she made? Does she have a soul? Where would she go if she died? These and other questions are all examined in a fractured and experimental way. As in opera, the story serves the music and visuals, whose style embodies the drama of the piece. It is intended for audiences who love film and animation for their own sake, who want to take time to dissect a massively layered and compressed work and extract meaning and underlying structure. The work draws upon conclusions from quantum physics about the structure of reality, and attempts to build a bridge between numerous philosophical and religious traditions including western existentialism, Buddhism, Zen nature-worship, Jungian Analysis and Christianity. Every frame has been imbued with meaning, and the loving attention to detail is almost heartbreaking, as Leda Nea asks the darkness who she is, and why. Featuring six chapters, it merges advanced computer animation and music in a wholly new method of postmodern storytelling. Woven into the film's hypnotic narrative are fractured and nonlinear examinations of humanity's roots and future. Written by Kyoko, Aoineko
Ghost in the Shell: Individual Eleven
- 162 min
The year is 2030. Six months passed since the Laughing Man Incident was solved. About 3 million refugees are living in Japan, invited to fill the labor shortage. However, the emergent presence of the invited-refugees intensified their confrontation with the "Individualists", who called for national isolation, which then led to the increased incidences of terrorist attacks. Under these circumstances, a terrorist group called the Individual Eleven carries out a suicide attack. But there was a greater scheme behind their action. When Section 9 learns this, they attempt to nail down the mastermind of the incident. Meanwhile, Kuze, a surviving member of the Individual Eleven, becomes a charismatic leader of the invited-refugees and intensifies the confrontation against the government. And Motoko starts feeling a strange sense of fate connecting her with Kuze...
Hôhokekyo tonari no Yamada-kun
- 104 min
The Yamadas are a typical middle class Japanese family in urban Tokyo and this film shows us a variety of episodes of their lives. With tales that range from the humourous to the heartbreaking, we see this family cope with life's little conflicts, problems and joys in their own way.
Hermie & Friends: Buzby, the Misbehaving Bee
- 40 min
In this animated adventure, Buzby the misbehaving bee is kicked out of the hive for his troublemaking and now he has made the garden his new home. His behavior is no less bothersome there, however, and when Buzby neglects to follow the Garden Golden Rules, it comes time for him to learn about why it is best to follow God's rules about kindness.
Inspector Gadget's Biggest Caper Ever
- 66 min
The most famous bionic inspector of the world returns and more awkward than ever. Sophie, the niece of the inspector hais now 16 years old and the dog Sultan is smarter. Marhham, the mayor of Metro City has decided that the town needs a tourist attraction. The mayor believes that their problems will be solved when he finds under the Metro City Jail an egg of a prehistoric giant lizard, in perfect condition. But Dr. Gang and his henchmen steal the egg with the intent to use it for world domination.
- 5 min
In a dark room, Agent Rick Dicker interrogates Kari, a young girl with braces. He asks what happened. Kari explains that she was babysitting for an infant, Jack-Jack, who seems able to levitate, float, pass through walls, catch fire, and cause havoc. Kari stays nimble but barely holds on until an odd young man with orange hair and an "S" on his shirt rings the bell.
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