A yeti escapes from captivity when three teenagers find him on a roof, they make it their mission to return this lost yeti back home. Directed and written by Jill Culton in 2019.

‘The Angry Birds Movie’

From the game to the film. 2016 film, directed by Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly.


A princess wanting to be her own person turns to a witch to change her mother, not knowing the spell she’s been given will turn her mother into a bear. Directed by Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman in 2012.


Travel to Mexico in this Disney-Pixar 2018 film, where young Miguel struggles between family tradition and his love of music. Directed by Lee Unkrich.

‘The Croods’

The last family of cavemen are forced to go on an adventure when their cave is destroyed and all their rules have to be abandoned. Directed by Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders in 2013.

‘The Good Dinosaur’

Disney Pixar tells the story of a young dinosaur lost on an adventure desperate to get home. Directed by Peter Sohn in 2015.

‘Happy Feet’

Animation which follows a young penguin who tries to fit in with the other Emperor Penguins but struggles when his tapping feet causes outrage in the family. Directed by George Miller in 2006.

‘Happy Feet Two’

Mumble returns with his own penguin chick who struggles to find his own place in the Emperor Penguin world. Directed by George Miller in 2011.

‘Help! I’m A Fish’

Three young children are turned into fish and are against the clock to find the antidote and turn back to human. Released in 2000.

‘Hotel Transylvania 2’

Voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg in a film where monsters have became friends with people. Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, released in 2015.

‘Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation’

The monsters are back, directed by Genndy Tartakovsky again. 2018 brings the monsters on a vacation cruise to discover what they went for wasn’t what is planned for them.

‘How to Train Your Dragon’

Dreamworks presents a story of a young boy struggling to become the Viking dragon killer his father wants as he manages to capture the most deadliest dragon of them all. Based on the book by Cressida Cowell and directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders in 2010.

‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’

Dean DeBlois is back in 2014, returning Hiccup and Toothless to their adventures when a dragon trapper has started to create an army of dragons and wants nothing but the rest of them under his control.

‘How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World’

Dean DeBlois returns in 2019 for a third film of the excellent Viking and his Dragon. This time, a Light Fury is found to exist and Toothless is head over heels.

‘Ice Age’

We are taken back a few years to the ice age, where we meet a squirrel obsessed with an acorn and a herd who’s on an adventure of returning a human baby they found. Directed by Chris Wedge in 2002.

‘The Incredibles’

Brad Bird directs this 2004 film, where superheroes are forced to live in secret but that’s something Mr Incredible just can’t do.

‘Incredibles 2’

Brad Bird returns after 14 years, bringing back the Parr family where Elastigirl tries to legalise superheroes and Mr Incredible is left with the task of looking after the children. Released in 2018.

‘The Lion King’

In 2019, this Disney Classic as been turned into a live-action remake bringing back Simba’s journey to adulthood after the loss of his father and his childhood. Directed by Jon Favreau.

‘Peter Rabbit’

Will Gluck directs a Beatrix Potter tale come to life as Peter Rabbit starts a war in old McGregor’s garden claiming it to the wildlife. Released in 2018 starring voices such as James Corden and Margot Robbie.

‘Sausage Party’

A very different take on the normal animation, turning it into quite a film for adults instead. Directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon, and released in 2016.


Back to 2001 with this classic animation with well-known voices such as Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Eddie Murphy, as an ogre, a princess and a donkey make a journey they’ll never forget. Directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson.

‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’

2017 brings a new story of the Smurfs, one where Smurfette, as the only girl, questions her purpose. Directed by Kelly Asbury.

‘The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie’

2004 film of SpongeBob coming into light of a film moving away from the television episodes. Directed by Stephen Hillenburg and Mark Osborne.

‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’

Back with another SpongeBob movie in a very different light from 2015. Directed by Paul Tibbitt and Mike Mitchell.

‘Stitch! The Movie’

Stitch is desperate to find his family in his new home, meanwhile a new outer-space enemy has declared interest in Hawaii. Directed by Tony Craig and Roberts Gannaway in 2003.

‘Toy Story 4’

Woody, Buzz Lightyear and all of the toys are back alive in a fourth movie where the new child they belong to made a new toy that loves to run away. Directed by Josh Cooley in 2019.


An adventure of a positive young troll who is determined to do everything she can to save the other trolls who were taken by a Bergen. A Bergen who wants to eat the trolls for true happiness. Directed by Walt Dohrn and Mike Mitchell.