Come along for a wild adventure with Simba, Timon and Pumba as they learn about the depth of friendship, family and accepting yourself for who you are. Your kids will love singing along to classic hits like "I Just Can't Wait to be King" and "Hakuna Matata."
*Academy Award Best Music: Original Score
*Academy Award Best Music: Original Song ("Can You Feel the Love Tonight")
In the final chaper of the Toy Story series, Woody and his gang—Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Rex, Barbie—say farewell to their longtime owner and friend Andy to become playmates to new kids.
*Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
In search of a fun, new nanny, the Banks children create their own advertisement of what their version of the perfect nanny would be. When Mary Poppins shows up at their door, little do they know what's in store for them.
*Academy Award for Best Actress (Julie Andrews)
*Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written American musical
Journey across the Western frontier with a young stallion in search of himself, companionship and love. Narrated by Matt Damon, Spirit's boldness will teach kids about courage, respect and never giving up in the face of obstacles.
*Oscar Nominee for Best Animated Feature
*Young Artist Award for Best Family Feature Film-Animation
A 1971 musical film produced by Walt Disney Productions, this feel-good film will whisk you away to the streets of London, where a family of three siblings is displaced into the home of an apprentice witch. Follow the characters as they set off on a bewitched bed to find an ancient spell that will aid them against the Nazi’s in World War II era England.
*Academy Award for Best Effects, Special Visual Effects
*Golden Globe Nominee for Best Motion Picture Actress (Angela Lansbury)
*Sant Jordi Award for Best Children’s Film
A courageous ant named Flick and his newfound Circus Bug pals join Flick’s family and friends to save their colony from the bullyish grasshoppers. This uplifting film will teach kids the important lesson that no one is ever too small to make a difference.
*Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Animated Family Movie
*Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Animated Film
*Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Family Film
A charming film about one piglet’s search for who he is in the world, it'll teach little ones that they can be whoever they want to be so long as they set their minds on it. Viewers wil enjoy both the comedic relationship between Babe and his barnyard pals and his belief that he can do anything given a little faith—even be a sheep-pig.
*Academy Award for Best Effects, Visual Effects
*Broadcast Film Critics Award for Best Family Film
*Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical)
Viewers will enter into a whole new world of entertainment with Aladdin and his monkey, Abu, as they encounter a fun-loving genie that can grant them three lucky wishes. Hop on board this magic carpet ride of a film as the characters all learn that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
*Academy Award for Best Music, Original Score
*Academy Award for Best Music, Original Song (“A Whole New World”)
*Annie Award for Best Animated Feature
*Golden Globe for Best Original Score - Motion Picture
*Golden Globe for Best Best Original Song - Motion Picture
*Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Movie
*Young Artist Award for Outstanding Family Entertainment of the Year
When a tornado hits Kansas, Dorothy and her pup Toto are displaced to the land of Oz, where they embark on a whirlwind journey with Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion to meet the all-powerful wizard. These iconic characters will teach you the value of teamwork, friendship—and the thought that truly there’s no place like home.
*Academy Award for Best Original Song (“Over the Rainbow”)
In an effort to save her father who has been captured by a cursed Beast, Belle takes his place in the dark, gloomy, enchanted castle where she meets a host of inanimate objects that have come to life in the form of talking houseware objects. They all work together to try to ignite a spark between Beast and Belle, who realizes the important truth that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
*Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Beauty and the Beast")
*Golden Globe for Best Original Score
*Golden Globe for Best Original Song ("Beauty and the Beast")
*Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
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