Dreamworks animate the life and times of a Stone Age family as they come to terms with evolution in the prehistoric era.
Though predicable in style and content, this benefits hugely from the energy and comic timing of its voice cast, and will delight young ones with a fascination for all things Jurassic.
A delightfully off-beat Francophile animation exudes class and nostalgia in its heartfelt tale of a friendship between a sassy singer, a projectionist, and a giant flea(!) in turn-of-the-century Paris. Adorned with a gorgeous latin-flavoured soundtrack, this is tar from the same champagne barrel as…
Spooky fun with two brothers who stumble upon a mysterious hole in their basement of their new home. Joe Dante brings his sly touch to a horror that's notionally aimed for the family, but is likely to be a little too scary for the younger ones.