The end of summer vacation might be in sight, but there is still plenty of time to visit the theater to see three of this year’s must see family movies.
Everyone knows growing up isn’t easy. For Riley, the girl at the center of Pixar’s new “Inside Out,” growing up is made a little bit harder when her family relocates to San Francisco, throwing her emotions — joy, anger, sadness, fear and disgust — into turmoil as they try to help Riley navigate her new surroundings.
“Wallace and Gromit” creator Aardman Animations brings its British TV show hit “Shaun the Sheep” to the big screen with a film of the same name. In it, Shaun and his circle of sheep friends leave the farm for the city after a joke played on their farmer goes awry.
Ever wondered where the little yellow helpers from “Despicable Me” came from? “Minions” answers that question by following the Minions through history and a variety of unsavory masters. In this film, the Minions are recruited by supervillain Scarlett Overkill and her husband Herb to help take over the world.
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