A ripe set-up in which a family of ducks migrate in the wrong direction is squandered in this haphazard and empty family animation.
By Mark Asch
Less a swansong and more a heronsong from the Japanese maestro Hayao Miyazaki, a mystical and ambitious message of hope for the future.
The very-belated reformation of US boyband NSYNC is the central hook for this day-glo second sequel to the surprisingly beloved Trolls franchise.
The manga that brought basketball to Japan gets a new adaptation which thrillingly embodies the sport’s high-flying action.
The pizza-loving, wisecracking anthropomorphic reptiles receive a substantial facelift in this charming animated outing, which embraces their adolescent spirit.
Opposites attract in Pixar's take on the rom-com, but a tendency to play it safe means that Peter Sohn's sparky sophomore feature never quite ignites.
Charming, if slight Dreamworks animated feature in which a kraken hides in plain sight as a gawky teen high-schooler in the run-up to prom.
By Leila Latif
Miles Morales returns as the web-slinging hero of Brooklyn in this smart sequel which defies expectations.
Makoto Shinkai's third feature continues his fantastical vision with a teenage girl who accidentally opens a magical portal, but fails to make the same impact as Your Name and Weathering With You.
Nintendo and Illumination team up to give everyone's favourite fictional plumber an animated makeover, with soulless results.
Pierre Földes' debut feature is an animated adaptation of a several short stories by celebrated Japanese author Haruki Murakami.
A sentient shell sets out to find his family with help from a documentary filmmaker in Dean Fleischer-Camp's effortlessly charming feature debut.
By Lydia Figes
The artist Charlotte Salomon, who died in the Holocaust, receives a long-overdue biography through this inventive animated film.
Guillermo del Toro finally realises his long-gestating passion project, with charming results.
This retro-inspired Disney adventure yarn boasts lots of great, progressive ideas, but lacks in the imagination department.
Stop motion legend Henry Selick teams up with comedy masterminds Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key for his much anticipated return to the big screen.
An animated crocodile with the voice of an angel spreads New York cheer in this breezy and highly likeable family diversion.