Good, bad, and sometimes just plain ugly: this set has it all.
Not only is this Pixar at its storytelling peak, but it might still be their most visually immersive.
Pixar's latest is truly great.
The 30 or so odd touch screen driven experiences have one goal: touch this, not that.
Buy it for your kids and then play it for yourself after they go to bed.
Pixar Brave-ly alludes the unlucky number 13 and returns to form.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' original sci-fi cowboy gets the treatment he deserves.
Life's a happy song, now that The Muppets have returned.
Cars 2 is not one of Pixar's best, but it is their best looking film to date.
For decades, film-goers and critics have regarded animated films mere children's movies. Now, it seems these films are gaining respect.