1 Aladdin: (1992) When resourceful "street rat" Aladdin (voiced by Scott Weinger) meets and falls in love with the sultan's beautiful, independent daughter Jasmine (Linda Larkin), there's nothing he won't do to win her heart -- including enlisting the help of a show-stealing genie (Robin Williams). Great action and memorable songs (which won the film two Oscars) make this one of Disney's best animated adventures. --G--
2 Alice in Wonderland (1951) Disney's song-filled, animated retelling of Lewis Carroll's whimsical tale follows young Alice as she explores the strange and wonderful world she's hurled into after falling down a rabbit hole. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Score, this family classic features the voices of Kathryn Beaumont, Ed Wynn and Sterling Holloway and boasts and usual cast of wacky characters, including the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and more. 
3 All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) A glorious, song-filled animated feature about a special dog who visits Earth on a unique mission. --G--
4 Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007) For generations, the singing sensations known as Alvin and the Chipmunks have delighted audiences with their whimsical vocal arrangements: This production, starring Jason Lee ("My Name Is Earl"), marks the critters' first feature-length comedy. Ross Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman provide the voice talent that brings to life the hilarious high jinks of Alvin, Simon and Theodore, the trouble-making chipmunks who want to become superstars. --PG-- For some mild rude humor.
5 Anastasia (1997) This Animated adventure retells the story of the lost daughter of Russia's last czar. The evil Rasputin places a curse on the Romanov family, and Anastasia and her grandmother, Empress Maria, get separated. After growing up in an orphanage, Anastasia encounters two Russian men seeking a reward offered by Empress Maria for the return of her granddaughter. The trio travels to Paris, where they find that the empress has grown skeptical of imposters. Cast: Christopher Lloyd, Meg Ryan, John Cusack, Hank Azaria, Kelsey Grammer,     Angela Lansbury. --G--
6 Antz (1998) In this Animated hit, a neurotic worker ant (Woody Allen) in love with a rebellious princess (Sharon Stone) rises to unlikely stardom when he switches places with a soldier (Sylvester Stallone). Signing up to march in a parade, he ends up under the command of a bloodthirsty general (Gene Hackman) who's leading a war against a termite army. The all-star cast includes the voices of Anne Bancroft, Jennifer Lopez, Christopher Walken and Danny Glover. Cast: Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Sylvester Stallone, Gene Hackman, Christopher Walken, Danny Glover. --G--
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8 Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)  A rare Disney foray into PG-rated animation, Atlantis: The Lost Empire records the exploits of a group of adventurers led by museum researcher Milo (Michael J. Fox) as they journey thousands of leagues under the sea to the fabled kingdom. What they find is a dying civilization headed by an aging potentate (Leonard Nimoy). What's more, danger lurks in every corner as Milo tries to find a way to save the city. Cast:  Michael J. Fox, James Garner, Cree Summer, Don Novello, Phil Morris, Claudia Christian.  --PG--
9 Babe (1995) Director Chris Noonan's tale of precocious piglet Babe's (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh) struggle to fit in and become a champion sheepherder won the hearts of audiences and critics. Nominated for seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture), Babe won the Visual Effects Oscar, and everything from farmer Arthur Hoggett (James Cromwell) to the multitude of farm animals to the humble, edgy script is remarkably appealing for kids and adults alike. Cast:  James Cromwell, Christine Cavanaugh, Cindy Manella, Miriam Margolyes, Magda Szubanski.
10 Balto (1995)                                                                     Balto 2: Wolf Quest (2001)                                                Balto 3: Wings of Change (2005) 
11 Bambi  (1942)  Disney's golden age of animation is revived with this breathtakingly brilliant digital restoration of Bambi, the tale of a wide-eyed fawn who experiences nature's wonders, braves the dangers of the forest and grows to buck-hood with help from friends Thumper the Rabbit and Flower the Skunk. Animators painstakingly restored the film's original master-class hand-rendered animation, and this edition features a state-of-the art remixed soundtrack. --G--
12 Bambi II (2006) Ever wonder about the middle part of the saga of everyone's favorite animated fawn, Bambi? This "midquel" to the classic cartoon chronicles the adolescent years of the spirited young deer. Filled with teenage angst, Bambi must cope with his mother's tragic death at the hands of a hunter. But reunited with his father and buoyed by pals Thumper and Flower (as well as by a flirtation with the fetching Faline), Bambi discovers a bright future. --G--
13 BARBIE                                                                                             Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus                                                          Fairytopia  --  Mermaidia  --  The Princess and the Paupar --    12 Dancing Princesses -- Barbie of Swan Lake --                     Barbie Diaries 2005 -- Magic of the Rainbow
14 Barney: Let's Go to the Beach (2005) Break out your sunscreen and join everybody's favorite purple dinosaur as he and his friends Baby Bop and BJ spend a fun-filled day at the beach with a lucky group of youngsters. In this installment of the "Let's Go" series, Barney and his buddies fly kites, take a ride in a sailboat, go windsurfing and, of course, sing and dance. Bonus material includes a musical jukebox, a seashell game and a build-a-castle game. --G--
15 Barnyard (2006)  When things get crazy at the farm, it's up to a boisterous bovine named Otis (voiced by Kevin James) to save the day in this computer-animated tale. The animals in this barnyard sing, dance and party, but Otis's stern dad (voiced by Sam Elliot) warns the crew to keep their cool around humans. Troublemaker Otis rarely listens to his pop, but when the farmer disappears and the animals go nutty, the young cow realizes he must stop the madness. Cast: Kevin James, Courteney Cox, Danny Glover, Sam Elliott --PG--  For mild peril and rude humor.
16 Bear, The (1988)  Thoughtful and realistic, The Bear is an extraordinary story about life in the wilderness. Grizzly bear cub Youk is orphaned when a giant rock crushes his mother's skull. An older male grizzly teaches the cub to survive and helps him evade two hunters and their pack of dogs. Told with documentary-style direction by Jean-Jacques Annaud, The Bear is an honest and powerful story. PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
17 Beauty and the Beast: (1991)  This wonderful piece of modern-day animated Disneyana gets a snazzy update -- including a brand-new musical number -- for its DVD debut. The action takes place in a quaint French village during the late 18th century, where the beautiful Belle finds escape from her ordinary existence -- and boorish suitors like Gaston -- by reading books. But when she meets a hideous beast (actually an enchanted prince), only true love can save the day. Cast:  Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson, Richard White, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Angela Lansbury. -- G --
18 Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) During World War II, eccentric, self-styled witch Eglantine Price (Angela Lansbury) aims to use her newfound powers to ward off a Nazi incursion of England. But she's saddled with a trio of fractious siblings who've been evacuated from London; to win them over, she pulls off an assortment of magic feats … and trips up a few Germans in the process. The film justifiably collected an Academy Award for Best Special Visual Effects. Cast:  Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson, Roddy McDowall, Sam Jaffe, John Ericson, Bruce Forsyth. -- G 
19 Bee Movie (2007)  Comedian Jerry Seinfeld stars in this animated comedy as recent college grad Barry B. Benson, a worker bee stuck in a dead-end job making honey who files a lawsuit against humans when he learns they've been stealing the bees' nectar for centuries. Renée Zellweger, John Goodman, Matthew Broderick and Chris Rock are among the all-star cast members who contribute their vocal talents. --PG-- For mild suggestive humor.
20 Beethoven's Big Break (2008)  It's a dog's life for stray pooch Beethoven and his puppy family, but when a movie-star canine gets dognapped, Beethoven is chosen to take his place. And it's up to animal wrangler Eddie (Jonathan Silverman) and his son Billy (Moises Arias) to keep the unruly new star under control. Slowly but steadily, the rambunctious St. Bernard digs his way into Eddie's heart in this family adventure that also stars Eddie Griffin and Rhea Perlman.  PG  For some mild rude humor. 
21 Berenstain Bears: Fun Lessons to Learn (2003) Berenstain Bears: Bears Mind Their Manners (2005) 
22 Black Stallion, The (1979) Adapted from the children's book by Walter Farley, this exquisitely filmed animal-lovers' treat follows a boy named Alec (Kelly Reno) from shipwreck to winner's circle with the stunning horse that befriends him. Mickey Rooney won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as a trainer who encourages Alec to race with the stallion after the boy and his horse are rescued from a desert island and returned to their home.  Cast:  Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney, Teri Garr, Hoyt Axton, Michael Higgins, Clarence Muse. -- G --
23 Bridge to Terabithia (2007)  New classmate Leslie Burke (AnnaSophia Robb) unlocks a world of fantasy and imagination for fifth-grader Jesse Aaron (Josh Hutcherson) in this magical adventure based on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book. Rivals at first, the two outcasts eventually become friends and create the make-believe kingdom of Terabithia, where they reign supreme and plot vengeance against the school bullies. Zooey Deschanel and Robert Patrick also star.  --PG--
24 Brother Bear (2003)   In Disney's animated adventure, the son (Joaquin Phoenix) of an Indian chief killed by a bear vows vengeance but is transformed by spirits into the very thing he sought to slay. Seeing the world through a bear's eyes, the young man learns valuable lessons about the cycle of life. This disc includes the full version of the movie in the original 2.35:1 widescreen theatrical presentation, as well as a making-of featurette, deleted scenes and more. Cast:  Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Suarez, Jason Raize, Rick Moranis, Dave Thomas, D.B. Sweeney, Joan Copeland, Michael Clarke Duncan. -- G -- 
25 Brother Bear 2 (2006)  After waking from a long hibernation, Kenai (voiced by Patrick Dempsey) and his bear buddy Koda set off on a life-changing mission to help human friend Nita get married in this sequel. So that childhood pal Nita (Mandy Moore) may wed, Kenai agrees to join her on a dangerous journey to their homeland, where they must break their pact of devotion to each other. But as they conquer one challenge after another, the old friends' bond only deepens. Cast: Wendie Malick, Michael Clarke Duncan, Kathy Najimy, Dave Thomas, Mandy Moore, Rick Moranis. --G-- 
26 Bug's Life, A (1998)  On behalf of "oppressed bugs everywhere," an inventive ant named Flik (voiced by Dave Foley) hires a troupe of warrior bugs to defend his colony from a horde of freeloading grasshoppers led by the evil Hopper (Kevin Spacey). Little does Flik know that his tough "warriors" are really circus performers... Pixar takes you inside the miniature world of insects for this bigger-than-life adventure. Cast:  Dave Foley, Kevin Spacey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Denis Leary, David Hyde Pierce, Richard Kind, Jonathan Harris, Bonnie Hunt, Michael McShane, Joe Ranft, Hayden Panettiere, Madeline Kahn, Phyllis Diller, John Ratzenberger, Brad Garrett, Alex Rocco, Edie McClurg, Roddy McDowall. -- G -- ANIMATED
27 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000)  Buzz takes on the evil Emperor Zurg in intergalactic combat. Together with those hilarious Little Green Men and a whole new cast of exciting characters, Buzz Lightyear takes adventure and heroism to infinity and beyond!  -- G -- Animated.
28 Cars (2006)  Prepare to peel out with this revved-up animated adventure featuring classic automobiles, plenty of fender benders, guffaws galore and a Route 66 road trip with a crew that doesn't make pit stops. Who could ask for anything more? The star-studded voice cast includes Paul Newman, Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt, Katherine Helmond, Cheech Marin, John Ratzenberger, racing legend Richard Petty and sportscaster Bob Costas. Cast: Owen Wilson, Paul Newman, Bonnie Hunt, Cheech Marin, John Ratzenberger, Katherine Helmond, Larry the Cable Guy, Bob Costas, 
Ray Magliozzi, Richard Petty  --G--
29 Charlie Brown Christmas, A (1965)  Lovable schlemiel Charlie Brown searches for Christmas' true meaning in this animated holiday classic. Charlie directs a Christmas pageant, buys a stunted tree and learns that the yuletide means more than just presents and tinsel. All of Charles Schulz's familiar "Peanuts" characters are here -- from Snoopy and Lucy to Schroeder, Linus and Pig-Pen. Great score by Vince Guaraldi. Cast:  Bill Melendez, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea, Tracy Stratford, Kathy Steinberg, Chris Doran.  Not Rated
30 Charlotte's Web (2006) A string of Hollywood A-list celebs -- including Oprah Winfrey, Steve Buscemi, Jennifer Garner, Kathy Bates and Robert Redford -- give voice to E.B. White's beloved barnyard characters in this updated retelling of the classic children's tale. When Wilbur the pig discovers he's destined for the dinner table, kindly spider Charlotte (Julia Roberts) hatches a plan to keep him around. Dakota Fanning plays sensitive farm girl Fern. --G--
31 Charlotte's Web (1973)  E.B. White's timeless story comes to life in this animated musical from directors Charles A. Nichols and Iwao Takamoto. Join Wilbur the pig (voiced by Henry Gibson), Templeton the rat (Paul Lynde) and Charlotte the spider (Debbie Reynolds) as they learn about friendship, trust and love. When Wilbur is sold to a farmer and finds out that he will eventually be killed for food, Charlotte convinces the farmer that Wilbur is a very special pig. Cast:  Debbie Reynolds, Charles Nelson Reilly, Paul Lynde, Henry Gibson, Rex Allen, Danny Bonaduce, Pamelyn Ferdin, Don Messick, Agnes Moorehead, Martha Scott, John Stephenson, Herb Vigran. -- G
32 Chicken Little (2005) When a tiny acorn bonks Chicken Little (Zach Braff) on the head, he causes widespread panic and gets on the bad side of the entire town. Disney's animated adventure follows the poor little clucker as he tries to redeem himself and stay out of trouble, but when he's hit on the head by a real piece of sky, it's up to Chicken Little and his friends Ugly Duckling (Joan Cusack), Runt of the Litter (Steve Zahn) and Fish Out of Water to save the world. 
33 Christmas Story, A (1983)  Humorist Jean Shepard's nostalgic view of Christmastime in Indiana during the 1940s is a holiday classic. Nine-year-old Ralphie desperately wants a Red Ryder BB Gun for Christmas and wages an all-out campaign to convince his reluctant parents (Darren McGavin and Melinda Dillon) that the toy is safe. Meanwhile, as Ralphie prepares for the big day, his brother has a strange relationship with food, and his dad fights the never-ending furnace battle. --PG-- Some material may not be suitable for children.
34 Chronicles of Narnia, The: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1988)  C.S. Lewis' magical series comes to life when Lucy, Peter, Susan and Edmund find themselves in the enchanted world of Narnia after wandering into an old wardrobe. In Narnia, the children discover an evil witch who has placed permanent winter over all the land. According to legend, the brave children are to be led by Aslan, the great lion, to destroy the witch and transform Narnia back into a paradise. But the evil witch has plans of her own. ..Cast:  Sophie Wilcox, Jonathan R. Scott, Richard Dempsey, Sophie Cook, Barbara Kellerman, Michael Aldridge, Ailsa Berk, William Todd Jones, Jeffrey S. Perry, Ronald Pickup, Kerry Shale. --PG--
35 Chronicles of Narnia, The: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (2005)  Based on C.S. Lewis's classic novel, this enchanting tale follows four London children who are sent away to a country home for safety during World War II. There, they discover a magical wardrobe that leads them to the mystical land of Narnia, ruled by an evil witch. The children join the lion Aslan to free Narnia from darkness. Tilda Swinton, Georgie Henley, William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Anna Popplewell, Rupert Everett and Jim Broadbent star. Cast: Georgie Henley, William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Anna Popplewell. --PG-- For battle sequences and frightening moments.
36 Cinderella: (1950)  Disney's animated version of the beloved children's tale about a gentle-hearted girl who attends the palace ball, where she meets her prince with the help of a benevolent fairy godmother, is fully restored and released with plenty of bonus features in this platinum edition. Kids will delight in the story of hope, which also features many hummable tunes such as "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," "So This Is Love" and "Bippity Boppity Boo."  Cast:  Ilene Woods, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Claire Du Brey, Rhoda Williams, James MacDonald, Luis Van Rooten, Don Barclay, Lucille Bliss, June Foray, Betty Lou Gerson, William Phipps, Clint McCauley. -- G -- Animted
37 Cinderella II (2001) In three separate stories, this sequel to the animated Disney classic picks up at "happily ever after," where the original left off. Returning to their palace, Cinderella (voiced by Jennifer Hale) and the prince (Christopher Daniel Barnes) are aghast at the stiff rules that don't allow the couple to receive guests in their own warm, inviting way. But with a little help from Cinderella's fairy godmother (Russi Taylor), things are about to change. --G--
38 Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2006)  In Frank Nissen's original take on the classic fairy tale, Cinderella's wicked stepmother (voiced by Susan Blakeslee) stumbles upon the fairy godmother's magic wand and wields the instrument to reverse time, unraveling the events leading to Cinderella's big night at the prince's ball. Can fictional history be rewritten? The voices of Christopher Daniel Barnes, Jennifer Hale and Andre Stojka complete this twisted tale's animated cast. --G--
39 Cinderelmo: Sesame Street (2000) When Elmo (voiced by Kevin Clash) learns that the princess (Keri Russell) plans to hold a ball at her palace, he decides he'd like to attend. However, his grumpy stepmother (Kathy Najimy) wants her other two sons to go because word is out that the princess is looking for a suitable husband. Just when Elmo thinks he'll be stuck at home, his Fairy Godperson (Oliver Platt) turns up and arranges for him to go to the gala. --G--
40 Clifford-Doggie Detective
41 Curious George (2006)  The Man in the Yellow Hat (aka Ted, voiced by Will Ferrell) tries his best to tame Curious George in this animated version of the beloved children's series. Museum guide Ted travels to Africa to find a priceless artifact but returns with the inquisitive chimp instead. George (literally) paints the town red and is ever the lovable troublemaker. Jack Johnson provides the music, while Drew Barrymore, Eugene Levy and Dick Van Dyke lend their voices. --G--
42 Dark Crystal, The (1982)  In this fantasy adventure, the Dark Crystal -- which served as the font of balance and truth -- cracked 1,000 years ago, beginning an age of chaos. To restore order to the planet, Jen, the last of the Gelfling race, begins a quest to find a missing shard and heal the crystal. If he doesn't complete his mission before the conjunction of three suns arrives, the evil Skeksis will rule forever. Muppets creators Jim Henson and Frank Oz co-directed. --PG--
43 Dinosaur (2000)  Want to see a tyrannosaurus wrecked? Look no further than this apocalyptic tale about a herd of dinosaurs (led by docile herbivore Aladar) that must flee its homeland when a meteor shower wreaks havoc. This Disney animated film -- with the usual "right will triumph" message -- includes voice work from D.B. Sweeney, Alfre Woodard, Ossie Davis and Julianna Margulies. Cast:  Julianna Margulies, D. B. Sweeney, Joan Plowright, Alfre Woodard.  -- PG  For intense images.
44 Doogal -- Sprung! The Magic Roundabout (2006)  A cavalcade of international celebrities -- including Chevy Chase, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, Jimmy Fallon and Whoopi Goldberg -- lends their voices to this animated tale designed for the kid in everyone. With the Magic Roundabout frozen solid, the Enchanted Village's future depends on whether a foursome of unlikely heroes can checkmate chilly villain Zeebad (Tom Baker) and thaw the ice enveloping the landscape. Cast: Chevy Chase, Judi Dench, Jimmy Fallon, Whoopi Goldberg.     --G--
45 Dorah the Explorer:                                                Celebrate Spring -- Super Silly Fiesta -- Rhymes & Riddles  Fairytale  ---  City of Lost Toys  --- Catch the Stars  ---                 Pirate Adventure --- Meet Diego
46 Dr. Seuss:                                                                  Green Eggs and Ham                                                      Cat in the Hat
47 Dumbo (1941)  Dumbo's a baby elephant with oversized ears and a supreme lack of confidence. But thanks to his even more diminutive buddy -- Timothy the Mouse -- the pint-sized pachyderm surmounts all obstacles. This vintage Disney classic earned an Oscar for Best Score and song ("Baby Mine") in 1941. Other musical gems include the "pink elephants on parade" dream sequence and "When I See an Elephant Fly." 
48 Emperor's New Groove, The (2000)  In a once-upon-a-time South America, Emperor Kuzco (hilariously voiced by "Saturday Night Live" veteran David Spade) experiences a reversal of fortune when his power-hungry adviser Yzma (Eartha Kitt) turns him into a llama. Exiled to the wilderness, Kuzco turns to kindly villager Pacha (John Goodman) for help. Sarcastically self-aware and full of slapstick comedy, The Emperor's New Groove is terrific. Cast:  David Spade, John Goodman, Eartha Kitt, Patrick Warburton, Wendie Malick, Tom Jones.  -- G -- ANIMATED
49 Felix the Cat  -- Cartoons
50 Ferngully 2: The Magical Rescue (2000)  Batty Koda, Crysta, Pips and the Beetle Boys are enjoying an idyllic existence in a 1,000-year-old rainforest called Ferngully. But when a couple of nefarious poachers show up and steal the baby animals Crysta was looking after, the whole gang must venture into the land of the humans to bring the young ones home. With the help of a girl and her grandfather, the small yet heroic rescuers embark on the ultimate adventure to save their friends.  Cast:  James Baker, Jamie Baker, Erik Bergmann, Holly Conner, Digory Oaks. --G--  
51 Flicka (2006)  After adopting a wild mustang and promptly dubbing it Flicka, 16-year-old Katie (Alison Lohman) is brokenhearted when her father (country music star Tim McGraw) sells her cherished equine companion. Determined to regain Flicka's freedom, Katie hatches a secret plan to enter a treacherous wild horse race. Maria Bello plays Katie's mother in director Michael Mayer's remake of the 1943 classic family film based on Mary O'Hara's book. --PG-- For some mild language.
52 Flushed Away (2006) In this lively comedy from DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Features (Wallace & Gromit), London high-society mouse Roddy (voiced by Hugh Jackman) is flushed down the toilet by Syd, a common sewer rat. Hang on for a madcap adventure deep in the bowels of Ratropolis, where Roddy meets the resourceful Rita (Kate Winslet), the rodent-hating Toad (Ian McKellen) and his faithful thugs Spike and Whitey (Andy Serkis and Bill Nighy). Cast: Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Andy Serkis --PG--  For crude humor and some language 
53 Gordy (1995)  A fun-filled comedy the entire family will enjoy! Hanky Royce is heir to a family fortune. Hanky's best friend is Gordy -- a talking pig! When Gordy rescues Hanky from drowning, Hanky's family, thankful beyond measure, makes Gordy the temporary CEO of their company. But one corporate backstabber isn't smiling -- he wants the CEO job and will make pork chops out of Gordy to get it!  Cast: Doug Stone, Hamilton Camp, Tom Lester, Kristy Young.  --G--
54 Happy Feet (2006)  Living with his colony in the Antarctic, young emperor penguin Mumble is aptly named: While his friends use their singing skills to attracts mates, his caterwauling sends potential sweethearts waddling in the opposite direction. But Mumble is blessed with an unusual gift -- he can tap dance in a way that would make Fred Astaire jealous! Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams and Hugh Jackman lend their voices to this spirited Oscar-winning tale.--PG--
55 Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005) Herbie the Love Bug is back on track and ready for action in this update of the classic Disney film series. Still sporting the Number 53, the feisty Volkswagen bug is now owned by Maggie Peyton (Lindsay Lohan). Free-wheeling Herbie and speed-demon Maggie meet with plenty of adventures -- on the road and off -- as they prepare to compete in the world-famous NASCAR races. Michael Keaton, Matt Dillon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. costar.  Cast:  Lindsay Lohan, Michael Keaton, Matt Dillon, Breckin Meyer, Justin Long, Cheryl Hines, Jimmi Simpson.  -- G --
56 Home on the Range (2004)    In this animated adventure, three dairy cows are clued in to what awaits them when the dairy's new owner, the bad-news Alameda Slim, takes over. To save themselves from the butcher, they plan to nab a rebellious criminal on the loose and appear heroic enough to be "saved" from the slaughterhouse. Features the voices of Academy Award winners Cuba Gooding Jr. and Judi Dench, plus Randy Quaid, Roseanne and more. Cast:  Roseanne, Judi Dench, Jennifer Tilly, Cuba Gooding Jr., Randy Quaid, Steve Buscemi, G.W. Bailey, Carole Cook, Estelle Harris, Richard Riehle, Patrick Warburton.  -- G --
57 Hoodwinked (2005)  Based on the classic fable "Little Red Riding Hood," this animated fairy tale turned on its head features an all-star voice cast that includes Glenn Close, James Belushi, Chazz Palminteri and David Ogden Stiers. Called to Granny's cottage to look into a domestic disturbance involving a sardonic wolf, an ax and a crimson-caped girl, investigators uncover a tangled web of events that may be connected to a string of snack-shop robberies. --PG--  For some mild action and thematic elements.
58 Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (1996)  Inspired by Victor Hugo's classic novel, this Oscar-nominated film from Disney brings to life the heroic adventures of Quasimodo, Notre Dame's gentle, crippled bell ringer. When Quasi (voiced by Tom Hulce) defies the evil Frollo (Tony Jay) and ventures out to the Festival of Fools, the cruel crowd jeers him. Rescued by fellow outcast the gypsy Esmeralda (Demi Moore), Quasi soon finds himself battling to save the people and the city he loves. Cast:  Kevin Kline, Jason Alexander, Demi Moore, Tom Hulce, Tony Jay, Charles Kimbrough. -- G -- Animated
59 Ice Age (2002)   With the impending ice age almost upon them, a mismatched trio of prehistoric critters find an orphaned human infant in this smash animated hit. Together, Manny the woolly mammoth (Ray Romano), Diego the saber-toothed tiger (Denis Leary) and Sid the giant sloth (John Leguizamo) become reluctant heroes and embark on an epic, hilarious journey to reunite the baby with his parents. -- PG -- For mild peril. Animated
60 Incredibles, The  (2004)  Meet the Incredibles, the award-winning Pixar team's superhero family that comes out of banal, suburban hiding to don their old costumes and save the world again. Bob Parr (voiced by Craig T. Nelson) has given up his swashbuckling days to log in time as an insurance adjuster and raise his three children with his formerly heroic wife (Holly Hunter). But when he receives a mysterious assignment, it's time to raise hell one more time. Cast:  Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, Jason Lee, Sarah Vowell, Spencer Fox, Dominique Louise Dhour, Teddy Newton, Elizabeth Pena, Jean Sincere, Eli Fucile, Maeve Andrews, Wallace Shawn, Brad Bird. -- PG For action violence.  Animated
61 Indian in the Cupboard, The (1995) Nine-year-old Omri (Hal Scardino) gets some odd gifts for his birthday: a wooden cupboard, antique keys and a figure of an Iroquois warrior. Much to Omri's surprise, the figurine -- known as Little Bear -- comes to life overnight in the cabinet. Omri shares his secret with best pal Patrick (Rishi Bhat), who promptly locks a toy cowboy in with Little Bear. Will the boys learn any lessons as they try to make peace between the cowboy and the Indian? 
62 Kung Fu Panda (2008)  When China's Valley of Peace is threatened, lazy Po the panda (voiced by Jack Black) discovers his destiny as the "chosen one" and trains to become a kung fu hero. Master Monkey (Jackie Chan) and Master Viper (Lucy Liu) impart their knowledge to Po, but transforming this slacker into a brave warrior isn't going to be easy. Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Ian McShane and Michael Clarke Duncan also provide voices. --PG--  For sequences of martial arts action. -- Secrets of the Furious Five
63 Lilo and Stitch (2002)  Disney's song-filled, Oscar-nominated animated comedy follows a lonely Hawaiian girl named Lilo (voiced by Daveigh Chase) who's being raised by her older sister, Nani (Tia Carerra), under the watch of social worker Cobra Bubbles (Ving Rhames). When Lilo adopts a funny-looking dog (Chris Sanders) and names him "Stitch," she doesn't realize her new best friend is a wacky extraterrestrial created by mad scientist Dr. Jumba (David Ogden Stiers). -- PG For mild sci-fi action.  Animated. 
64 Lion King 1 1/2, The (2004)   Timon and Pumbaa are best pals and the unsung heroes of the African savanna. This prequel takes you back -- way back -- before Simba's adventure began. You'll find out all about Timon and Pumbaa (where they came from, how they met, etc.) and tag along as they search for the perfect home and attempt to raise a rambunctious lion cub. Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Ernie Sabella provide the voices in this entrancing musical tale. Cast:  Matthew Broderick, Ernie Sabella, Nathan Lane, Shaun Flemming, Julie Kavner, Jerry Stiller, Robert Guillaume, Moira Kelly, Whoopi Goldberg.  -- G -- Animated
65 Lion King,The (1994) The highest-grossing animated film of the 20th century follows a young lion cub named Simba who can't wait to be king. But his uncle craves the title for himself and will stop at nothing to get it, even killing his own brother. Blaming himself for the death, Simba runs away, only to find solace in the most unlikely of spots. Includes the original feature film plus an extended version (with a new song, "Morning Report").  Cast:  Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, James Earl Jones, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Moira Kelly, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Robert Guillaume. -- G --
66 Lion King II: Simba's Pride (1998) The circle of life continues for Simba (Matthew Broderick), now fully grown and in his rightful place as the king of Pride Rock. Simba and Nala (Moira Kelly) have raised a daughter who's as rebellious as her father was. Kiara (voiced by Neve Campbell) drives her parents to distraction when she catches the eye of Kovu, the son of the evil Scar! Will Kovu (Jason Marsden) steal Kiara's heart? --G--
67 Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (2008)  Discover the untold story of the Little Mermaid's early days in which music was outlawed in the land of Atlantica and how friendships were formed with the lovable Flounder and Sebastian. After Ariel stumbles upon her first musical encounter in an underground club, she's faced with the tough decision of telling her father or concealing her newfound passion. Sally Field lends her voice as the villain Marina Del Rey. --G--
68 Little Mermaid & Other Stories - Hans Christian Andersen:  (2000)  A beautiful mermaid princess falls for a mainland prince in this newly animated version of the fairy tale from beloved Danish children's author Hans Christian Andersen. The princess learns that love often requires great sacrifice, and she trades her gorgeous voice for legs in order to be with the man she loves. Additional stories: "What the Old Man Does Is Right," "It's Quite True" and "Ollie Shut Eye."      --G--
69 Little Princess, The (1939)   When her father is reported killed in the Boer War, pampered rich girl Sara Crewe (Shirley Temple) is left to the mercies of a mean-spirited headmistress. Forced to work as a servant and live in the attic, Sara learns the value of true generosity and real friendship. This classic family film is adapted from Frances Hodgson Burnett's timeless novel. Cast:  Shirley Temple, Richard Greene, Anita Louise, Ian Hunter, Mary Nash, Sybil Jason, Cesar Romero, Miles Mander, Marcia Mae Jones, Arthur Treacher.        -- G --
70 Little Princess, A  (1995)When her father enlists to fight for the Brits during World War I, Sara Crewe (Liesel Matthews) goes to New York City to attend the same boarding school her late mother did. Before long, Sara clashes with the overbearing headmistress (Eleanor Bron), who attempts to stifle Sara's creativity and sense of self-worth. Sara is severely tested when word comes that her father has been killed in action and his estate seized. Alfonso Cuarón directed. Cast: Eleanor Bron, Liam Cunningham, Liesel Matthews. --G--
71 Madagascar (2005)   Zoo animals leave the comforts of man-made habitats for exotic adventure in this animated family film. After escaping from the zoo, four friends -- a lion (Ben Stiller), a hippo (Jada Pinkett-Smith), a zebra (Chris Rock) and a giraffe (David Schwimmer) -- are sent back to Africa. When their ship capsizes, stranding them on Madagascar, an island populated by crazy critters, the pals must adapt to jungle life and their new roles as wild animals.  Cast:  Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen. -- PG For mild language, crude humor and some thematic elements.
72 Matilda (1996)  Cursed with obtuse parents (Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman) and a martinet school principal (Pam Ferris), precocious 6-year-old Matilda Wormwood (Mara Wilson) immerses herself in a world of books. With so much mental stimulation, she acquires telekinetic abilities -- which she promptly unleashes on her self-absorbed family and odious headmistress in this wry fantasy. The special edition has hours of extras, including five featurettes, games and a read-along. --PG-- For elements of exaggerated meanness and ridicule, and for some mild language.
73 Monster House (2006) Monsters under the bed are bad enough, but what happens when an entire house is out to get you? In this animated adventure-thriller produced by Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg, three teens go up against a decrepit neighboring home and unlock its frightening secrets. The all-star voice cast includes Steve Buscemi, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jon Heder, Jason Lee, Catherine O'Hara, Kathleen Turner and Fred Willard. Cast: Mitchel Musso, Sam Lerner, Spencer Locke, Steve Buscemi. --PG--  For scary images and sequences, thematic elements, some crude humor and brief language.
74 Mary-Kate and Ashley:   Greatest Parties -- Vacation Parties
75 Mary Poppins (1964)  Julie Andrews made her screen debut and won an Oscar for her portrayal of the "practically perfect" nanny who revolutionizes the prim and proper Banks family. Dick van Dyke's unforgettable rendition of "Chim Chim Cheree" won an Oscar for best song (he's also great in the dual role of chimney sweep Bert and crotchety bank chairman Mr. Dawes Sr.), and Richard and Roger Sherman netted an Oscar for best score. It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Cast:  Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Karen Doctrice, Matthew Garber, Elsa Lanchester, Arthur Treacher, Reginald Owen, Ed Wynn. -- G --
76 Meet the Robinsons (2007) In this animated adventure, brilliant preteen inventor Lewis (voiced by Daniel Hansen) creates a memory scanner to retrieve his earliest recollections and find out why his mother gave him up for adoption. But when the villainous Bowler Hat Guy steals the machine, Lewis is ready to give up on his quest -- until the mysterious Wilbur Robinson (Wesley Singerman) shows up on the scene, whisking Lewis to the future to find the scanner ... and his mom. --G--
77 Monsters, Inc. (2001)  Every night, the professional scarers of Monsters, Inc., sneak into children's bedroom closets around the world, eliciting screams that they convert into the energy their world needs. Aside from a minor power shortage, life is just fine for top scarer James P. "Sulley" Sullivan (John Goodman) and his assistant, Mike (Billy Crystal) -- until a little girl named Boo accidentally finds her way into the monster world -- and into Sulley's heart. Cast:  John Goodman, Billy Crystal, James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly, Bonnie Hunt, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi, John Ratzenberger, Bob Peterson. -- G -- Animated
78 Mulan:  (1998)  Disney brings an ancient Chinese legend to life in this fun-filled animated film. Ming-Na Wen voices Mulan, the tomboyish Chinese girl who disguises herself as a boy so she can fight the invading Huns ("Miss Saigon"'s Lea Salonga provides Mulan's singing voice). With a little help from wise-cracking dragon Mushu (Eddie Murphy), she just might save her country -- and win the heart of handsome Captain Li Shang (B.D. Wong) while she's at it. Cast:  Ming-Na Wen, Eddie Murphy, B.D. Wong, Soon-Tek Oh, Lea Salonga, Donny Osmond. -- G --
79 Mulan 2 (2004)  Beautiful, courageous heroine Mulan and her hilarious guardian dragon, Mushu, are back in this sequel to Disney's smash hit. Mulan is thrilled when General Shang asks for her hand in marriage, but Mushu is trying to keep them apart to preserve his role as her guardian. When Mulan discovers that the three princesses she and Shang are escorting to their arranged marriages are unhappy about their predetermined fate, Mulan makes a bold decision. … Cast:  Jillian Henry, Michelle Kwan, Pat Morita, Mark Moseley, Liliana Mumy, Donny Osmond. -- G -- Animated.
80 Muppets - Wizard of Oz, The (2005)  In a fresh spin on a classic tale, the wacky and lovable Muppets head down the yellow brick road with Dorothy Gale (Ashanti), an aspiring performer who works at her Auntie Em's (Queen Latifah) diner in a small Kansas town. That is, until a twister sweeps the girl away to the Land of Oz, where she encounters many favorite Muppet faces -- including Miss Piggy, Kermit and the rest of the crew -- in this charming musical adventure.  Cast:  Ashanti,  Jeffrey Tambor, Queen Latifah, David Alan Grier --PG--
81 My Scene Goes Hollywood (2005) My Scene girls Barbie, Madison, Chelsea, Nolee and Delancey do the town -- Manhattan, that is -- in this animated feature movie. Accompany these fly chicks as they power shop and dish the dirt about cute boys. Things really get interesting when the gals stumble upon a big Hollywood production in New York City and get cast as extras in the film. Best yet, Madison is picked from the crowd to fill in for one of the actresses. PG
82 Nanny McPhee (2006) The recently widowed Mr. Brown (Colin Firth) and his domineering aunt (Angela Lansbury) can't seem to control the numerous and naughty Brown children -- until Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) comes to stay. Now, with the help of some magic and a little old-fashioned discipline, their household runs like clockwork. This film's plot and title character are based on the popular Nurse Matilda books by British author Christianna Brand. Cast: Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Kelly Macdonald, Celia Imrie. --PG--  For mild thematic elements, some rude humor and brief language 
83 Nemo, Finding  (2003)  Pixar has created another amazing animated adventure, this time heading underwater as two plucky fish, Marlin and Dory (voiced by Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres), search high and low for Marlin's missing son, Nemo (Alexander Gould). In addition to the other much-loved ocean-dwelling characters in this box office recordbreaker, this widescreen version includes deleted scenes, a making-of documentary, "The Art of Nemo" featurette and more. -- G --
84 Never Ending Story, The (1984)  A young boy, harassed by schoolyard bullies, holes up in the school's attic with an extraordinary book about an amazing universe filled with rock-eating creatures, racing snails and flying dragons. Director Wolfgang Petersen's (Das Boot) first English-language film is a wonderful fantasy with a timeless and fundamental message. The movie was so successful that it spawned a couple of live-action sequels and an animated TV series.  Cast:  Noah Hathaway, Barret Oliver, Moses Gunn, Patricia Hayes, Sydney Bromley, Gerald McRaney, Thomas Hill. -- P --
85 Never Ending Story, Tales From the: The Gift (2001)  This sequel finds heroes Bastian Balthazar Bux (Mark Rendall), aptly named because he loves books so much, and Atreyu (Tyler Hynes) still locked in a battle to save the mystical and fantastical land of Fantasia. It takes a lot of imagination and bravery to fight their foe, an evil figure known as The Nothing, who's bent on destroying everything that makes Fantasia wonderful. Cast:  Mark Rendall, Tyler Hynes, Victoria Sanchez, Tyrone Benskin, John Dunn-Hill, Noel Burton. -- PG --
86 Oliver & Company (1988)  Disney does Dickens in this animated version of Oliver Twist. Oliver (voiced by Joey Lawrence), an adorable, orphaned kitten, struggles to survive in New York City. He falls in with a band of canine criminals led by evil human Fagin and is befriended by Dodger (voiced by Billy Joel), a carefree mutt with street savoir-faire. When Oliver meets Jenny (voiced by Natalie Gregory) on one of the gang's thieving missions, his life changes forever.  Cast:  Joey Lawrence, Billy Joel, Cheech Marin, Richard Mulligan, Roscoe Lee Browne, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Dom DeLuise, Taurean Blacque, Bette Midler. -- G --
87 Peter Pan (1953) Walt Disney's classic animated fantasy about the boy who never grew up garnered a Grand Prize nomination at the Cannes Film Festival and has thrilled children for decades. Wendy (voiced by Kathryn Beaumont), Michael (Tommy Luske) and John (Paul Collins) follow Peter Pan (Bobby Driscoll) to the magical world where childhood lasts forever. In Neverland, the kids must face Captain Hook (Hans Conried) and foil his attempts to get rid of Peter Pan. --G--
88 Peter Pan (2003) Jeremy Sumpter, Lynn Redgrave and Ludivine Sagnier star in this dazzling remake of J.M. Barrie's classic story of whimsy and wonder. Wendy Darling's (Rachel Hurd-Wood) parents insist that she act more mature and give up her tales of pirates and swordfights; so, when Peter Pan, the boy who refuses to grow up, flies into her home and leads her and her brothers away to Neverland, she's more than happy to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.  Cast:  Jason Isaacs, Jeremy Sumpter, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lynn Redgrave, Richard Briers, Olivia Williams, Geoffrey Palmerl. --PG-- For adventure action sequences and peril.
89 Pete's Dragon (1977)  One of Disney's last musical combinations of live-action and traditional animation spins the tale of Pete, a runaway orphan (Sean Marshall), and his pet dragon, Elliott (voiced by comedian Charlie Callas). A lighthouse owner (Mickey Rooney) and his daughter (Helen Reddy, who sings the Oscar-nominated "Candle on the Water") take in the boy and the dragon. Don Bluth (An American Tale) was the director of animation. --G--
90 Pocahontas (1995)  History comes gloriously to life in Disney's epic animated tale about love and adventure in the New World. Pocahontas (voiced by Irene Bedard) is a Native American woman whose father has arranged for her to marry her village's best warrior. But a vision tells her change is coming, and soon she comes face to face with it in the form of Capt. John Smith (Mel Gibson).  Cast:  Irene Bedard, Mel Gibson, David Ogden Stiers, John Kassir, Russell Means, Christian Bale, Linda Hunt.  -- G --
91 Polar Express, The (2004)  Chris Van Allsburg's inspiring children's book is brought to life in this warm-hearted animated tale directed by Robert Zemeckis. A young boy (voiced by both Daryl Sabara and co-executive producer Tom Hanks, who also lends his talents to the role of the conductor) with shaky faith finds it strengthened after he makes his way by train to the North Pole, where he finds reason to believe not only in others, but most importantly in himself. Cast:  Tom Hanks, Leslie Harter Zemeckis, Hayden McFarland, Connor Matheus, Peter Scolari, Julene Renee, Chantel Valdivieso. -- G --  
92 Prince of Egypt, The (1998)  Born into slavery and cast adrift on the Nile to escape mass genocide, Moses (voiced by Val Kilmer) is reared as the son of Pharaoh Seti (Patrick Stewart) and stepbrother of Ramses (Ralph Fiennes). When Moses learns of his true ancestry, he retreats to the desert, where he answers God's call and accepts his destiny: to lead the Hebrews out of slavery and into freedom. DreamWorks' animated film scored an Oscar for Best Song ("When You Believe").  Cast:  Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Helen Mirren, Martin Short. -- PG For intense depiction of thematic elements
93 Quest for Camelot (1998) Magic Sword -- Animated -- Spirited young Kayley, daughter of a celebrated Round Table knight, embarks on a crusade to recover the magical sword Excalibur after the maniacal Sir Ruber pilfers it, aiming to unseat King Arthur from the throne. Kayley enlists the help of a sightless recluse, a silver-winged falcon and a comical, two-headed dragon to thwart Ruber's plan and save the kingdom of Camelot. Celebrity voices include Pierce Brosnan, Jane Seymour and Don Rickles. 
94 Racing Stripes (2005)   Shattered illusions are hard to recover from -- especially for a good-hearted zebra named Stripes (voiced by Frankie Muniz) who's grown up on a Kentucky farm thinking he's a debonair thoroughbred. But once he faces the fact that his stark stripes mark him as different, he decides he'll race anyway. And not only will he compete, but with help from the young girl (Hayden Panettiere) who raised him, Stripes may just end up in the winner's circle.  Cast:  Bruce Greenwood, Hayden Panettiere, Caspar Poyck, Gary Bullock, Wendie Malick, M. Emmet Walsh, Thandi Puren. -- PG For mild crude humor and some language.
95 Road to El Dorado, The (2000) Colorful animation and catchy songs (by Elton John) set this movie apart from the pack. Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh voice con men who see dollar signs when they win a map to the legendary city of gold … but they soon realize trouble is afoot! In the tradition of classic buddy movies, The Road to El Dorado is a comedic tale about friendship and adventure. Cast: Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Armand Assante, Edward James Olmos, Rosie Perez. --PG-- For mild thematic material and language.
96 Robin Hood (1973) With King Richard (voiced by Peter Ustinov) off to the Crusades, Prince John (Phil Harris) and his slithering minion, Sir Hiss (Terry Thomas), set about taxing Nottingham's citizens -- with support from the corrupt sheriff (Pat Buttram). But the trio is outwitted at every turn by the wily Robin Hood (Brian Bedford) and his band of merry men. Director Wolfgang Reitherman's animated Disney production has a twist: Animals portray all the characters. --G--
97 Robots (2005)  Ewan McGregor lends his voice to this heartwarming animated feature about Rodney Copperbottom, a young robot inventor who dreams of making the world a better place. But when the evil Ratchet (Greg Kinnear) takes over Big Weld Industries, Rodney's dreams -- like his friends, including motormouthed Fender (Robin Williams) -- are in danger of becoming obsolete. Halle Berry, Amanda Bynes, Mel Brooks and Stanley Tucci co-star. -- Starring: Halle Berry, Lucille Bliss, More. -- PG -- For some brief language and suggestive humor.
98 Roger Rabbit?, Who Framed (1988) A tricky case involving adultery, blackmail and murder takes Detective Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) deep into the heart of Toontown. Now the movie that made cinematic history for mixing live-action and animation gets the special edition treatment with a widescreen format and lots of extras, including an audio commentary, deleted scenes, featurettes and more. Cast:  Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Kathleen Turner, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer, Stubby Kaye, Alan Tilvern, Richard Le Parmentier.  PG
99 Rugrats Go Wild (2003)  Nickelodeon's Rugrats meet The Wild Thornberrys -- with babies and parents stranded on an island. Now that Spike (voiced by Bruce Willis) has lost his sense of smell from a sneezing fit, Tommy Pickles (Elizabeth Daily) is sure that only the intrepid explorer Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry) and his traveling family can help them. But Nigel is acting like a toddler, and only Eliza (Lacey Chabert) understands what it will take to save everyone.  -- PG For mild crude humor. Animated.
100 Rugrats Movie, The (1998) In this first full-length film based on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon series, Tommy Pickles (voiced by E.G. Daily) takes on additional responsibilities when a new baby brother enters the picture. The infant, named Dil, is such a burden to Tommy and his pals Chuckie, Angelica, Phil and Lil that they decide to bring him back to the hospital. The kids get lost along the way and run into a group of troublesome circus performers. Cast:  Christine Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Daily. -- G
101 Shark Tale (2004)  In this DreamWorks animated tale, Oscar (Will Smith) is a small fish whose big aspirations often get him in trouble. Lenny (Jack Black) is a great white shark with a secret: He's a vegetarian. When a lie turns Oscar into an improbable hero and the truth about Lenny makes him an outcast, the two form an unlikely friendship -- much to the dismay of Lenny's mafioso dad (Robert De Niro). Angelina Jolie and Martin Scorsese also lend their voices.  Cast:  Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Renee Zellweger, Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Martin Scorsese, Katie Couric, Doug E. Doug, Peter Falk, Michael Imperioli, James Madio, Ziggy Marley, Vincent Pastore, Tracey Grimshaw.  -- PG -- For some mild language and crude humor.
102 Shrek (2001)   It ain't easy bein' green -- especially if you're a likable (albeit smelly) ogre named Shrek (Michael Myers). On a mission to retrieve a gorgeous princess (Cameron Diaz) from the clutches of a fire-breathing dragon, Shrek teams up with an unlikely compatriot -- a wisecracking donkey (Eddie Murphy). This disc includes the full-screen version of the film, plus a featurette, character interviews and more.  -- PG -- Animated 
103 Shrek 2 (2004)  In this knockabout comic sequel to the animated smash hit Shrek, the cuddly ogre (Mike Myers) and his lady love Fiona (Cameron Diaz) return to her homeland to tell her parents (John Cleese, Julie Andrews) the good news about their marriage. But Prince Charming (Rupert Everett) is far from happy and has a few things to say about the new union. Other characters include the Fairy Godmother (Jennifer Saunders) and Puss-in-Boots (Antonio Banderas). Cast:  Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow, John Cleese, Julie Andrews, Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, Larry King.  -- PG --
104 Shrek 3, Shrek the Third (2007)  Life in the swamp seems better than ever for Shrek and Fiona (voiced by Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz), until King Harold suddenly falls ill and the adorable ogre must find an acceptable heir or he'll have to assume the throne. Joined by his faithful companions Donkey (Eddie Murphy) and Puss-in-Boots (Antonio Banderas), Shrek tracks down Cousin Artie the future king as Fiona and Queen Lillian defend the kingdom from the insidious Prince Charming. --PG-- For some crude humor, suggestive content and swashbuckling action.
105 Sky High (2005)  Will Stronghold (Michael Angarano) -- the son of married superheroes known as the Commander (Kurt Russell) and Josie Jetstream (Kelly Preston) -- is faced with an intimidating family legacy. And the kids at the elite Sky High School don't make him feel any better about his lack of superpowers. Surrounded by classmates including a self-replicating cheerleader and a jock who can stretch himself silly, Will is beginning to look awfully normal.   --PG-- For action violence and some mild language.
106 Sleeping Beauty: (1959) You gotta know this plot! A beautiful princess born in a faraway kingdom is destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a deep sleep that can only be awakened by true love's first kiss. Enter that fortunate prince! This animated Disney classic (from the late 1950s) makes wondrous use of Tchaikovsky's titular ballet score.  Cast:  Mary Costa, Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Barbara Luddy, Barbara Jo Allen, Taylor Holmes, Bill Thompson. -- G --
107 Space Chimps (2008)  Playful circus chimp Ham III -- grandson of the first simian astronaut -- finds himself knee deep in an intergalactic revolution when NASA drafts him to recover a missing probe in this comic animated adventure. Can Ham and his shipmates, the intrepid Lt. Luna and testy skipper Titan, save a planet under the thumb of a nefarious tyrant? Celebrity voices include Andy Samberg, Cheryl Hines, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Daniels and Stanley Tucci.  --G-- 
108 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002)   Incredible animation and a story for all ages are expertly combined in this Old West epic. Matt Damon provides the narrative voice for Spirit, a mustang born in the wild and captured by brutal U.S. cavalry officers. Although he is eventually rescued by a Lakota Indian, Spirit never stops trying to get back home, along the way encountering good and bad experiences with human beings -- and love with a beautiful mare.  Cast:  Matt Damon, James Cromwell, Daniel Studi, Richard McGonagle, Charles Napier, Meredith Wells, Chopper Bernet, Jeff LeBeau, Adam Paul, Robert Cait. -- G --
109 SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie (2004)  SpongeBob SquarePants, star of the popular animated Nickelodeon television series, is an optimistic, free-spirited, rectangular sponge. Living at the bottom of the sea in a pineapple in the community of Bikini Bottom, SpongeBob works as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab diner, where his friends include a squid and a starfish. In this latest full-length film adventure, SpongeBob sets out to retrieve the stolen crown of King Neptune.  Cast:  Tom Kenny, Alec Baldwin, Rodger Bumpass, Jeffrey Tambor. -- PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children. 
110 Stellaluna (2004)   Based on author Janell Cannon's award-winning children's book, this heartwarming animated feature stars a darling baby fruit bat named Stellaluna who's adopted by a mama bird after being separated from her own mother. She tries to be a good bird like her new feathered siblings, Pip, Flap, and Flitter, but the poor bat can't help but feel out of place. As she struggles to fit in, Stellaluna learns valuable lessons that will carry her far in life. -- G --
111 Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie (2006) Strawberry Shortcake and pals Orange Blossom, Ginger Snap, Angel Cake and Pupcake travel to the Land of Dreams. Their juicy mission is to stop the greedy Peculiar Purple Pieman from stealing all the dreams in Strawberryland. Join the colorful friends as they learn how working together can be a sweet dream. Sarah Heinke provides the voice of Strawberry Shortcake, the animated heroine popular with children and parents since 1980. 
112 Stuart Little (1999)  Mr. and Mrs. Little (Hugh Laurie and Geena Davis, respectively) want to adopt a brother for their only child, George (Jonathan Lipnicki). They get more than they bargained for at the orphanage, however, when they meet the precocious Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox) -- a mouse with an attitude. Stuart soon becomes a member of the Little family, but he may not be around long ... if family cat Snowbell (voice of Nathan Lane) can make a meal of him!   Cast:  Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie, Jonathan Lipnicki, Michael J. Fox, Jeffrey Jones.  -- PG For brief language.
113 Stuart Little 2 (2002)  The lovable mouse is back! In this sequel to the 1999 blockbuster based on E.B. White's book, Stuart, an adorable white mouse, still lives happily with his adoptive family, the Littles, on the east side of Manhattan's Central Park. More crazy mouse adventures are in store as Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox), his human brother, George (Jonathan Lipnicki), and their mischievous cat, Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane), raise the roof.   Cast:  Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie, Jonathan Lipnicki, Nathan Lane, Melanie Griffith, James Woods, Steve Zahn, Brad Garrett. -- PG For brief mild language
114 Swan Princess, The (1994) This charming cartoon, based on the classic tale "Swan Lake," tells the story of Princess Odette, a sweet girl who's turned into a graceful swan by Rothbart the sorcerer. As a bird, she manages to befriend other creatures of the water, but it's unconditional love that she truly needs. Will she ever find it? Features the voices of John Cleese, Jack Palance, Sandy Duncan and more. 
115 Tarzan 2 (2005)  How did the King of the Jungle ascend to the throne? Find out in this charming prequel to the hit animated movie that catches Tarzan as a young child who doesn't quite know how to fit in with the mélange of characters in the jungle he calls home. Feeling like an outsider, he abandons ship, so to speak, and sets out on his own. When he meets a stranger known simply as Zugor, Tarzan realizes there's nothing wrong with being different after all.  Cast:  Harrison Chad, Brenda Grate, George Carlin, Brad Garrett, Estelle Harris, Lance Henriksen, Harrison Fahn. -- G --
116 Three Little Pigs, The - Faerie Tale Theatre: (1984)  Lavish sets, colorful costumes, and a fine music score by Stephen Barber bring to life the classic children's story about the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf.  Cast:  Jeff Goldblum, Valerie Perrine, Billy Crystal      Not Rated and NOT Animated.
117 Tinker Bell (2008)  Peter Pan's famed sidekick Tinker Bell gets a story all her own in this enchanting tale set in the magical world of Pixie Hollow. Joined by her friends Iridessa the light fairy, Rosetta the garden fairy, Fawn the animal fairy, Silvermist the water fairy and tinker fairies Clank and Bobbie, the super sprite is up to her old tricks -- and some new ones -- in this animated charmer. Voice talents include Kristin Chenoweth and Anjelica Huston.
118 Tom and Jerry:                                                                            The Magic Ring ---- Greatest Chases ----- Whiskers Away!     Spotlight Collection Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
119 Toy Story (1995)  It's tough being a toy. One day, you're at the top of the heap; the next, you're down in the dumps -- literally. Cowboy-toy Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) feels threatened when space ranger Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) arrives. But they're both lost when the family moves -- and finding their way home is only half the adventure. Director John Lasseter won a special Academy Award for this 3-D "compu-toon." -- Cast:  Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Wallace Shawn, Don Rickles, John Ratzenberger, Jim Varney, John Morris, Erik Von Detten, R. Lee Ermey, Laurie Metcalf. -- G -- Animated
120 Treasure Planet (2002)  The Robert Louis Stevenson classic Treasure Island is updated for the 21st century in this futuristic animated adventure. Jim Hawkins (voiced by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a cabin boy on a space galleon, discovers a map to an intergalactic "loot of a thousand worlds." Taken under the wing of the cook, a cyborg named John Silver, Jim learns to battle supernovas and space storms … but he soon realizes Silver is a pirate intent on mutiny!  Cast:  Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Brian Murray, David Hyde Pierce, Martin Short, Emma Thompson, Patrick McGoohan. -- PG For adventure action and peril
121 Two Brothers (2004)  French director Jean-Jacques Annaud (The Bear) again trains his camera lens on animals -- adorable animals. This time, it's twin tiger cubs separated by fate. The bold brother is sold off to a circus, where living in a cage robs him of his spirit. Meanwhile, the shy cub becomes the much-loved companion of the governor's lonely son -- until his family gives the little tiger away to a man who plans to turn him into a fighter for sport. Cast: Guy Pearce, Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Freddie Highmore, Oanh Nguyen, Moussa Maaskri, Vincent Scarito, Mai Anh Le. -- PG For mild violence.
122 Wallace & Gromit in Three Amazing Adventures (2001)  Animator Nick Park's most beloved creations come to life in this DVD, which includes all three of the pair's adventures: "A Close Shave," "A Grand Day Out" and "The Wrong Trousers." In each, the unflappable, cheese-worshipping Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, foil the plans of dastardly penguins, conniving robotic sheep dogs and others who threaten to destroy the equilibrium of their happy, predictable lives. -- G -- ANIMATED.
123 Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)  Cheese-loving eccentric Wallace and his cunning canine pal, Gromit, investigate a vegetarian mystery in Nick Park's animated adventure. The lovable inventor and his intrepid pup run a business ridding the town of bugs, using only humane methods that turn their home into a halfway house for evicted vermin. Their work leads them to investigate the mystery of a voracious vegetarian monster who threatens to ruin the annual veggie-growing contest. Cast:  Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes, Peter Kay, John Thomson. -- G --
124 WALL-E (2008)  In a futuristic world, human beings have destroyed Earth and evacuated the planet, leaving the cleanup to an army of robots they've programmed to do their dirty work. Due to a mishap, the dutiful WALL-E is the only one left. But with the arrival of a female probe named EVE, the monotony of WALL-E's existence is broken -- and he experiences love for the first time. Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo) directs this Pixar tale with a sci-fi twist. --G--
125 Water Horse, The: Legend of the Deep (2007) Angus MacMorrow (Alex Etel) watches in awe as the mysterious egg he found on the shores of a nearby loch begins to hatch into something incredible. But how long can he keep his ever-growing secret from his mother (Emily Watson) -- and an increasingly concerned Scottish government? David Morrissey co-stars in this family-friendly fantasy based on the popular children's novel by Dick King-Smith. --PG-- For mild action/violence, some language and smoking
126 Watership Down (1979)  From Richard Adams' bestseller comes an animated adventure and set in the rolling hills and meadows of England, Watership Down celebrates loyalty, courage and adventure with this tale of a maverick band of rabbits who, against all odds, set out on a quest for a new home, a better society. Join commonsensical Hazel, visionary Fiver, courageous Bigwig, and clever Blackberry as they escape peril to find their ultimate freedom. --PG--
127 Winnie the Pooh                                                               Springtime with Roo                                                    Poohs Heffalump
128 Wizard of Oz  (1939)  Dreams really do come true. … Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Munchkins and all of Oz's other fantastic characters spring to life in this restored version of the 1939 classic starring Judy Garland. Featuring commentary from film historian John Fricke and several cast members, this renewed version will send fans soaring over the rainbow. Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Billie Burke, Margaret Hamilton and Charley Grapewin Co-Star. --G--