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Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley are back on the open sea in the new Pirates flick. Is it as good as the original?
Even if you're not religious, you're bound to have heard this story once or twice. Can this movie breathe new life into the classic tale?
Superman has returned to save the dayonce again but does this newest movie live up to the superhero flicks of the recent past? Find out right here!
When an outcast keeps getting picked on by the local bully, he turns his frustration on some helpless ants - or are they that helpless after all?
It's that time of year again when the lights are twinkling, Santa's back at the mall and a whole slew of Christmas DVDs are heading your way!
Manny, Diego and Sid are back in Ice Age 2 but this time the ice is melting and all the animals have to find a way to get out. Check out the review!
Get your funky feet moving with the Happy Feet DVD. Find out if this movie will warm your heart with our review!
What will a bunch of desperate high school grads do to save themselves from a "Fries with that?" fate? Find out with our review of Accepted!
Hell hath no furry like a woman scorned - except three women scorned. Find out if this flick is killer or just lifelessly lame.
Will Ferrell takes a step out of his comedic comfort zone to play the boring IRS agent, Harold Crick, in Stranger Than Fiction.
Owen Wilson voices the race car Lightning McQueen in the new Disney/Pixar movie Cars. Read Kidzworld review of the DVD!
The Wayans brothers are back on the big screen with their latest flick, Little Man. Find out if this movie manages to score big or comes up short.
When a pampered pet gets an unexpected house guest, his whole life goes down the drain. But that's just the beginning of this rodent's adventure.
Santa Claus goes head-to-head with Jack Frost to take over Christmas - who will win? Check out the DVD review!
Tom Cruise is back in action as secret agent, Ethan Hunt. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to read this review!
Long before Lindsay Lohan was doing her thing, these stars were rocking the big screen. Kidzworld takes a look at the teen idols of yesteryear.
Jack Black stars in the new movie Nacho Libre, which was written and directed by Napoleon Dynamite creator, Jared Hess.
Kirsten Dunst plays a teen queen in Sophia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Get the review on this flick right here!
Based on the children's book, My Friend Flicka, the movie version stars Alison Lohman and is now available on DVD. Check out the review!
Want to know what's over that hedge? Kidzworld reviews the animated flick, starring the voices of Bruce Willis, Steve Carell and Avril Lavigne!