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T - English - Adventure - Chapters: They pinned everything on a prayer that he could save them Together, they will work hard, push each other, and unlock their true potential. NaruHina Naruto - Rated: What's Left of You by Crazyeight reviews Some wounds are physical, and some cut deeper than the soul. Adrift in the aftermath of battle, one must find a way to heal even those wounds that are permanent.
So his quirk would be Dodging Prison and Stealing Witches - Revenge is Best Served Raw by LeadVonE reviews Harry Potter has been banged up for ten years in the hellhole brig of Azkaban for a crime he didn't commit, and his traitorous brother, the not-really-boy-who-lived, has royally messed things up.
After meeting Fate and Death, Harry is given a second chance to squash Voldemort, dodge a thousand years in prison, and snatch everything his hated brother holds dear. Harry Potter - Rated: Being able to combine with objects to make himself stronger? However, what he didn't expect, what no one expected, was what happened if he used his Quirk on people Reincarnation Roulette by Nemesis13 reviews Since the fateful day he had gone through with the Zero Requiem Lelouch had found himself being reborn across the multiverse, suffering endlessly as Fates punching bag.
Eons have passed and now he finds himself in a strange position, he was in a reality very close to his original. Sure, he was a girl now but what did he care? He had Geass, he had followers, he could work with this.
Code Geass - Rated: It did hit another town, though, and there will be consequences that bring two strange, yet familiar characters together in a way that will yet change the world. If they can survive the madness around them.
Kim Possible - Rated: T - English - Drama - Chapters: Some parahumans can control bugs. Some can build advanced technology. Some can do unspeakable things to space and time. Taylor can make magic rings, wondrous metals, mysterious weapons, and may not be a parahuman or, indeed, human at all. Suddenly, they're no longer alone, and begin becoming stronger than they've ever been before.
And from their new bond changes start to ripple out. If a pirate is the first one to ever show you kindness in a world run by a corrupt justice, who do you follow? Well, the future King of the Pirates, of course!
Luffy, expanded crew, Parings. Strong World One Piece - Rated: But before that, our young hero has to get through one thing first On the other side of the universe Nebula loses her cool approximately two seconds after laying eyes on Thanos and finds herself on a wild chase through the galaxy. Now, where exactly was that pathetic piece of rock Terra again?
Harry's life has changed a lot over the past year, what with the return of his father, Thor, murder attempts by everything from HYDRA assassins to Elder Gods keeping him on his toes and making a few new friends.
And guess who they're after But now he's in a different time and all of his friends have long since passed away. Now the only thing he can do is put what he has been trained to be to good use and serve the galaxy from the shadows.
Take Two Round Two by Third Fang reviews What do you get when you cross several interdimensional god like beings, raw boredom, a world of Naruto that went wrong, several years worth of off screen training, common sense, insanity, humor, sarcasm, the Log, explosions, plot, and overall chaos?
Apparently a lot of headache medicine for Tsunade. May the Games Begin. Team 7's Secret Motto by Unleashed Reasoning reviews Kakashi was bound and determined to make sure that he didn't end up with a dead genin or one that went rogue.
Plus, he kinda wanted to rub it in the other Jounin Sensei's faces that his team was just awesome like that, even if they didn't know it yet.
T - English - Humor - Chapters: Just after becoming Team 7 Naruto and Sakura go through a massive shift in personality, leaving Sasuke out of the loop and wondering what in the name of sanity could have happened to them. His only consolation is that Kakashi is just as weirded out as he is. Viridescent by darkfire reviews As a child, Izuku decided it would be better if he were Quirkless than to have a power that scared everyone.
Now a teenager and looking to enter U. A, he finds himself as the protege of All Might and a student of the best heroes in the nation- but there's no running from a part of you, and he's learning the hard way that you have to accept all of yourself to be a real hero.
His brother Jim is believed to be the BWL. Think you know this story? NO romantic pairings prior to Fourth Year. Basically good Dumbledore and Weasleys. Limited bashing mainly of James. Saito the Onmyoji by SeerKing reviews Freshly graduated from the Imperial Academy of Onmyoji, Hiiraga Saito decides to take the longer scenic route on his way to his posting. Then, all of a sudden, he is teleported to a strange country ruled by Western Wizards by a small pink-haired mage.
Saito has one question: What the heck is going on here? Harem, M-Rated later on. Familiar of Zero - Rated: She's stronger than all of them. It was only fair she stand up and protect her hosts when they couldn't do it by themselves.
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But if it was just that it would be boring right? Watch as Taylor blows through the setting with a different motivation as she works from the beginning to save just a small portion of the world that she can already see is coming to an end. M - English - Chapters: Luckily, it's one hell of a cool watch. Now if only he'd gotten the manual She never thought she would be back again AU Harry Potter - Rated: All things considered, he was doing pretty well!
Then he just had to look up his fellow superhero turned time traveller on the internet. The video was originally broadcast on the Fox Television Network during the holiday season. From Fox,not rated, 69 min. Animated Christmas yarn that answers such questions as: How does Santa make all the toys? How does he get in and out of a house without being seen? Why do reindeer pull the sleigh? The feature follows the adventures of Nicholas, the only human ever admitted to the magical Forest of Burzee, where he is raised by wood nymphs, knooks and pixies.
Eventually he must seek his destiny among humankind, becoming the jolly old man we love at Christmas time. From Universal,rated G, 78 min. CGI-animated direct-to-video feature has Casper the Friendly Ghost being forced by the supreme ruler of all ghosts to scare one person before Christmas. But loveable Casper doesn't want to do it -- so his three cousins -- Fatso, Stinky and Stretch -- hire Casper's look-alike cousin to do the dirty deed.
Features songs by Randy Travis.
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From Universal,CC, rated G, 80 min. The "Toy Story" gang is back in this exceptional sequel in which an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody, and Buzz Lightyear, Mr. This time around there's more love interest for Woody: One of the best Scooby-Doo adventures yet.
Stranded in a remote desert town, Scooby, Shaggy and the Mystery, Inc. One night Scooby and Shaggy even get beamed aboard a UFO -- and are discovered abandoned in the desert the next day by a beautiful photographer and her female dog. Love blossoms -- as does the plot, leading to a network of caves hidden under the town as well as other top secrets. Direct-to-video animated feature featuring Tweety bird's high flying adventures as the beloved canary teams up with a roster of legendary Warner Bros.
Return to the Sea": Direct-to-video sequel to 's hit, continuing the saga of the Little Mermaid, now happily married on land to Prince Eric.
The pair have a daughter, Melody, who ventures into the water against her mother's wishes and gets everyone involved in another devious plot by Morgana, still trying to overthrow good King Triton. Naturally Ariel must return to her roots and rejoin her old friends Sebastian, Flounder and Scuttle to save the day. Voices of Jodi Benson, Samuel E. A prequel of sorts to the live action version of animated TV series "The Flintstones.
All kinds of subplots get played out here, most resulting in sight gags for the kiddies, featuring the Great Gazoo, a pint-sized visitor from outer space a delightfully rude Alan Cummimg ; Chip Rockefeller, an evil rich dude who will go to no ends to win over wealthy heiress Wilma; and more. Great production design, colors and eye candy.
From Universal, rated PG, 91 min. This first major big screen Winnie the Pooh feature is just tiggerific. Old-fashioned animation comes to the fore in this adventure that finds Tigger in search of his family tree. Naturally, it takes a while for him to find out that he's the only tigger around, and that his true family are the friends in the Hundred Acre Wood that love him.
A wonderful tale for kids and parents alike. From Disney, rated G, 76 min. Anime -- based on Japanese folklore -- about a young warrior who must fight mythical forest creatures -- and solve the mystery of a curse placed on him by one of those monsters -- in order to save his village -- and his life.
Pure of heart, and riding an elk as swift as the wind, he travels far from home, encountering all types of creatures and people on his journey for salvation.
Along the way he enlists the aid of Princess Mononoke, half-girl, half-wolf, who has nothing but hatred for all humans, whom she sees as the destroyers of the wild. It's a classic tale of nature vs. Their goal -- the destruction of the forest spirit.
The lesson here is obvious for adults but is not lost on the youngsters. From Miramax, rated PG, min. Sequel to "Dragonheart," here about a young dragon named Drake discovered in a forbidden dungeon by a stable boy. When the evil chief advisor to the king finds out about Drake, he seeks the dragon's heart, which will give him invincible powers, and it's up to the stable boy to save the dragon -- and the kingdom.
From Universal, rated PG, 85 min. Direct-to-video adventures of Buzz Lightyear from the "Toy Story" films, with the defender of the universe fending off an attempt by the Evil Emperor Zurg to usurp the Uni-mind -- the mysterious force that lets the Little Green Men think as one -- and take control of the entire galaxy.
Buzz is aided in his mission by three intergalactic rookies: Mira Nova, Booster and XR. Delightful coming-of-age tale, based on the memoirs of Rhodes scholar Willie Morris, about a young boy -- and his constant companion, a Jack Russell terrier he receives on his 9th birthday -- growing up in Yahoo, Mississippi during WWII.
Willie is a shy, sensitive, retiring boy, and his experiences with Skip teach him a variety of life's lessons -- about friendship, bravery and death -- as he grows to become a strong young man. And he realizes that love and loyalty are the most important things that one can nourish in life. A wonderful tale for youngsters and adults alike -- and one guaranteed to bring tears to your eyes and heart. Diane Lane as the mother and Kevin Bacon as dad turn in their best performances ever.
From Warner, rated PG, 93 min. Sci-fi tale based on a short story by Isaac Asimov and the novel "The Positronic Man" by Asimov and Robert Silverberg follows two centuries in the life of a family and their robot, Andrew, who, as the years go by, becomes more and more human.
All too predictable and tame for all but the kiddies.
Directed by Chris "Home Alone" Columbus. From Buena Vista, rated PG, min.
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This delightful live-action and CGI telling of E. White's kids classic about a family that adopts a mouse as their new son has all the right elements in all the right places for a family classic.
All Stuart the mouse wants is to be a part of the Little family, but to do so he first has to win over his new human brother with feats of courage and daring. Complicating matters is a jealous house cat who finagles with a gang of shady felines to have Stuart eliminated. Though slow at times, the performances Stuart voiced by Michael J.
Fox and Snowball the cat voiced by Nathan Lane are terrific. There's a positive lesson here for kids, too -- we all have to learn to accept ourselves for what we are. Fox and Nathan Lane. Child stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen star as soccer-playing sisters with a different take on the sport: When a soccer tournament puts them on opposing teams, they switch places, wreaking all sorts of havoc.
Japanese computer game and collectible figures make it to the big screen in this full-length feature that is just the first of several that will grace U.
The kids really love Pikachu and the Pokemon minions, making it a multi-billion dollar industry. This rather dark animated adventure -- re- scripted and re-scored for Americans -- revolves around evil Mewtoo as he attempts to become the world's greatest Pokemon master.
From Warner, rated G, 95 min. Weak adaptation of the children's novel about a poor Dutch boy and his grandfather who find am abandoned dog and nurture it back to life. This version concentrates more on the lad, who not only aspires beyond his station in life to become an artist but is smitten by a little girl deemed too good for him.
He eventually comes under the wing of a real artist, Micel, played by Jon Voight, who tries to nurture the young boy's talent. This boring kids tale -- lacking character or plot depth -- totally misses its intended audience. From Warner, rated PG, min. Animated feature length direct-to-video Scooby-Doo adventure has Scooby and Shaggy get close-up and spooky with some supernatural siblings.
On a scavenger hunt for Shaggy's inheritance in the haunted old Beauregard mansion, the pair enlist the aid of the ectoplasmic Boo Brothers to help find the loot. New direct-to-video feature, with Goofy enrolling in college with son Max, bringing along some time-warped s ideas that upsets the campus -- particularly when he teams up with the sultry but shy school librarian. Meanwhile, Max becomes the school's hot new extreme sports star.
What happens when dad and son meet on the playing field?
From Disney, 79 min. Treasure of Manhattan Island": A wonderful third act for the American Tail franchise, here with Fievel and friends in New York City at the turn of the 19th century finding a treasure map leading to a magical, secret world under the city inhabited by Native American mice who reveal the gift of hope and the dreams of a better future.
From Universal, rated G. Animated adventures of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan -- here in a more pulp-fiction vein than most Disney animated features -- with lively songs by Phil Collins.
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This is the first full-length animated feature to focus on the loin-clothed jungle hero, an orphaned infant raised by gorillas whose life is changed forever when he meets other humans: Jane, her ditzy scientist-father, and their evil escort. Great old-fashioned storytelling for adults and kids.
From Disney, rated G, 82 min. Based on the s cartoon series, this kiddy comedy revolves around the transformation of a bumbling security guard Matthew Broderick -- killed in a car crash engineered by a rich villain Rupert Everett --into a super-scientific police robot, Inspector Gadget, whose hands, feet and head sprout all sorts of weapons and utensils as the "future of law enforcement. Corny as can be but the kids should love it. From Disney, rated PG, 78 min.
The plot is simple: Whiplash wants to take over Semi- Happy Valley by creating a fake gold rush; Do-Right must learn to become a hero to foil the plan and win back his true love, Nell Fenwick Sarah Jessica Parker. The silly slapstick humor -- mainly a lot of floorboards smacking Do-Right in the head -- is for kids only.
From Universal, rated PG, 76 min.The Adventures of Timmy The Tooth Promotional Video Collection Trailer Compilation (1995-1996)
Delightful story is highlighted by the deft camerawork of legendary cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs. The metal-eating behemoth is a "puppy" in the hands of young Hogarth Hughes -- stumbling around the countryside in search of food and playing kids games -- until a paranoid government investigator brings on the Army for a fateful denouement.
The moral here is love and trust -- as the boy and monster bond -- and the film imparts a strong anti-violence, anti-gun message. It's part s Action comic book, part Frankenstein, all marvelous. One of the best films of the year.
From Warner, rated PG, 86 min. This latest installment in the Muppet adventures can it be 20 years since "The Muppet Movie"? From Columbia TriStar, rated G, 88 min.
Naturally the pair try to save him, but things get complicated when they uncover an elaborate cover-up by the town's leading citizen, Bill Bluff. And all the while Doug is trying to impress his girlfriend-to-be, Patty Mayonnaise.
For kid fans of the show. From Buena Vista, rated G, 84 min. Based on the Book of Exodus, with a nod to Cecile B. De Mille, this DreamWorks version of Moses' struggle to save his people from the oppression of his brother, Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses, is an energetic visual romp that, although taking some liberties with the Bible for the sake of exposition, comes up a winner.
From DreamWorks, rated PG, 96 min. Shiloh Season," is a sequel to 's "Shiloh," about a year-old boy who rescues an abused beagle from an abusive owner. Here the bad guy comes back for more: Drinking heavily and ready for any row with the dog's new family, the former owner is hunting illegally on the family property and threatening the boy and his dog.
Only by unselfish action on the part Shiloh does an enemy turn into a friend. Based on Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's "Shiloh" trilogy introduced to readers in Old-fashioned family values, mostly for the boys in the crowd.
Here's one I thought my "grown-up" 6-year-old wouldn't like, but was I ever wrong: While watching TV Tommy decides to get on to his computer to create a world he can play in, and using a graphics-modeling program, creates all sorts of beings who come to life within and without the computer screen. The Great Mouse Detective: Re-issue of the Disney animated adventure about super mouse sleuth Basil of Baker Street who matches wits with notorious villain Professor Ratigan.
Score by Henry Mancini. Lost in Paris is a direct-to-video original production based on Ludwig Bemelman's endearing character; here Madeline is whisked away from Miss Clavell's school by a "long-lost uncle" who turns out to be a henchman for the evil Miss La Croque, who forces orphan girls to make lace in a factory.
The King and I is the animated version of Rodgers and Hammerstein classic about an attractive English widow who travels to Siam in to become the proper governess for the king's royal children.
The The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad is Disney's 11th animated feature, here restored to its original length with two tales: The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue is the second direct-to-video sequel about the brave toaster and his appliance friends -- lampy, radio, blanky, kirby -- here thwarting a plot by their master's sinister lab assistant to sell animals to a lab for experimentation.
Pig in the City: This sequel to the highly successful "Babe" got blind-sided by bad pre-release buzz and poor positioning by Universal: The pair encounter evil humans and evil animals including a nasty family of chimps but the pig's "humanness" rises to the occasion and goodness wins out.
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A tad dark for many kids -- and some adults, evidently -- but the cinematography and fable-like storytelling make a winning combination. Delicious story and fabulous 3-D computer animation made this family feature a smash hit. A group of ants -- toiling for their grasshopper overlords -- enlist the aid of out-of-work bug performers from a second-rate flea circus to save their society from oppression.
Directed by John Lasseter of "Toy Story" fame. Wonderful almost surreal humor. The story revolves around a neurotic and self-absorbed ant whose discontent with conformity leads to a subversion of the military-run nest.
Tightly drawn characters and plotting make for an above-average adventure for kids and adults alike. Disney's best animated musical since "The Lion King," Mulan clicks for all the right reasons: Refreshingly, the heroine here a Chinese girl who saves her kingdom from invading Huns is more down to earth than most Disney caricatures of females, giving the girls in the audience someone to root for.
Voices by Ming-Na Wen, B. Re-release of the animated film about a society of mice that comes to the aid of people in trouble; here they try to save a little girl from an evil woman out after the world's biggest diamond. In this feature, when the mice of Thorn Valley need a hero, they turn to brave Timmy to save the day.
From MGM, not rated, 70 min.