An innocuous, young-skewing comedy in which a magic CG rabbit set to inherit the family candy-delivery business decides he'd rather take a shot at rock 'n' roll stardom.
Offers a smallscreen-style approach to the flipside of wild-animal orphan rescue, focusing on America's "exotic pet" craze.
"Dragons" may not be perfect, but it demonstrates an increasingly rare sense of scope and pageantry best served by the bigscreen.
Festivals evolve. That's a fact I've realized watching South by Southwest grow up over the course of nearly a dozen years.
A brain-dead update of a classic tale whose feeble understanding of its own point runs only skin-deep.
Gore Verbinski's astonishingly adult-skewing animated debut is a comedic riff on the Wild West formula.
Intriguingly non-standard docu "Bombay Beach" captures the fading California community's white-trash denizens with a fresh eye and deeper sensitivity than most who have come before.
Though pic played well in Berlin, it won't stray far from the fest circuit.