• Dolittle Dolittle

    USA, 2020, 106'
    Director: Stephen Gaghan · Screenplay: Stephen Gaghan, Dan Gregor · Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen

    Eddie Murphy is probably the most popular Dr. Doolittle, who speaks with animals in two films (in 1998 and 2001), but Hugh Lofting's children's book series actually has a bunch of film adaptations.

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  • Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs

    South Korea, 2019, 92'
    Directors: Sung-ho Hong, Moo-Hyun Jang · Screenplay: WoongSub Ahn, Sung-ho Hong · Dubbed in Bulgarian with the voices of Nadya Petrova, Papi Hans, Ivan Tishev

    If you are wondering where the dwarves went without Snow White, she is also involved in this ironic Korean animation, but is much more fluffy than one would expect from a fabulous beauty.

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  • Sheep and wolves 2

    Russia, 2019, 85'
    Director: Vladimir Nikolaev · Screenplay: Robert Lence, Vladimir Nikolaev

    The united town of sheep and wolves lives a peaceful and quiet life until two unexpected guests turn up - a polar fox and a tiny ewe.

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  • Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog

    USA/Japan/Canada, 2020, 99'
    Director: Jeff Fowler · Screenplay: Patrick Casey, Josh Miller · Cast: Jim Carrey, Ben Schwartz, James Marsden

    An action-packed comedy featuring big men like Jim Carrey and James Marsden huddling around an animated blue hedgehog named Sonic.

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  • Spies in Disguise

    USA, 2019, 101'
    Directors: Nick Bruno, Troy Quane

    Lance is smart, cool and charming - a winning combination for the best secret agent in the world.

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  • The Call of the Wild The Call of the Wild

    USA, 2020, 100'
    based on the novel by Jack London · Director: Chris Sanders · Screenplay: Michael Green · Cast: Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Cara Gee, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly, Omar Sy, Wes Brown

    Jack London's (1903) novel has been filmed many times since the silent cinema, but here's the first screenplay in which the protagonist is not a real dog. The Giant Buck is born from a motion-capture computer (meaning that he was played by an actor, in this case the former acrobat of Cirque du Soleil Terry Notary).

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