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The 7th episode released of “Awkward Cinema with Patrick and Marc”, in which we discuss DreamWorks Animation’s second film in “The Croods” franchise, “The Croods: A New Age” (light spoilers.)

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 has a little bit of everything: Drama, romance, humor and plenty of adventure.

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Recently we had the pleasure to visit Dreamworks Animation Studios for a behind the scenes tour for their latest film How to Train Your Dragon 2.

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How to Train Your Dragon 2 goes beyond your typical summer animated movie: it is smart, funny, entertaining and inspiring in its achievements.

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Do you remember the incredible animated movie The Lion King? If you do and if you really loved that amazing story, you should definitely watch the new masterpiece of the animation world, Mr Peabody and Sherman. Brought to us by the directors of The Lion King, this new and funny movie

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DreamWorks has injected new life into these characters with the upcoming film Mr. Peabody & Sherman, due out in theaters on March 7.

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I’m a big fan of animated movies, and this year has been pretty strong in that field. With surefire hits like Frozen, Despicable Me 2 and Monsters University and the surprise success of Epic, it’s been good. One film I missed in theaters was the Dreamworks Animated film Turbo. With voice work from Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson,

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When I first heard about the premise of an upcoming “Thanksgiving film” I had to admit I was a little bit skeptic. But “thankfully” it is a lot more than your usual holiday animated feature, and for a film about turkeys, well, it is stuffed with lots of great elements

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Animated films are typically hit and miss for me. It all depends on a combination of the quality of animation and the voice acting. I think that these two elements are on equal ground because no matter how good a film’s animation if the voice cast is not good than

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