March Break Matinees 2014
Tom Hanks received his first nomination for a Best Actor Oscar for this much-loved comedy-fantasy, in which a 12-year-old boy is magically transported into the body of a 30-year-old man.
The Black Stallion
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City of Ember
A brave young girl (Saorsie Ronan) sets out to escape from an underground metropolis, in this futuristic adventure co-starring Bill Murray, Tim Robbins, and Martin Landau.
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
Steven Spielberg's beloved sci-fi fantasy became a pop-culture phenomenon and one of the most successful films of all time.
A group of pre-teen friends set out to find a lost pirate treasure hidden beneath their small Oregon town, in this kiddie spin on Indiana Jones from producer Steven Spielberg.
Shia LaBeouf, Sigourney Weaver, Patricia Arquette and Jon Voight star in this tall tale about a luckless teenager who stumbles across a decades-old mystery involving a notorious female bandit, a buried treasure, and, perhaps, the key to breaking a centuries-old family curse.
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Reduced to a quarter-inch tall by a shrink ray designed by their nerdy inventor father (Rick Moranis), four kids have to brave the dangers of a suddenly Amazonian suburban backyard, in this dazzling Disney comedy adventure.
Robin Williams stars in this SFX spectacular about a magical board game transforms an ordinary suburban house into a perilous jungle wilderness.
The NeverEnding Story
A book-loving young boy finds the fairy tale he's reading — about a young warrior striving to save a magical kingdom from an all-consuming void called "The Nothing" — becoming astonishingly non-fictional, in this lavish and perennially popular fantasy adventure.
A group of young small-town film fanatics realizes that their amateur footage contains evidence of a closely guarded (and definitely non-terrestrial) government secret, in director J.J. Abrams' (Lost, Star Trek) fond tribute to late-'70s/early-'80s Spielbergian sci-fi.
Lambasted upon its release as a feature-length commercial for Nintendo, this inspiring story of a determined young lad (Fred Savage) who carts his autistic brother cross-country to compete in the national videogame championships in California has since gained a cult following amongst both '80s and 8-bit enthusiasts.
A guide at an Antarctic research station (Paul Walker) has to rely on his faithful team of sled dogs for survival when disaster strikes, in this gripping Disney adventure inspired by a true story.
Danny DeVito directs and co-stars in this critically acclaimed adaptation of the Roald Dahl book, about a book-loving young girl (Mara Wilson) who uses her telekinetic powers to get even with her school's tyrannical headmistress.
A young girl living on a gorgeous South Pacific island (Abigail Breslin) enlists the aid of a nervous adventure novelist (Jodie Foster) to rescue her marine biologist father (Gerard Butler), in this lively adventure comedy.