\"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles\" was a staple in many family households during the '90s. Based on the eponymous comic book, the animated television show premiered in 1987 and ran for nearly a decade, airing its last episode in 1996. Children fell in love with the relatable personalities and zany adventures of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. The franchise became a cash cow, producing everything from action figures to video games and even a few live-action films.
Based on the famous French comic, this short-lived animated show was jam-packed with action. Tintin, his dog Snowy, and occasional accomplices Captain Haddock and detectives Thompson and Thompson track down treasure and criminals around the world. In 2011, Steven Spielberg released a 3D movie about Tintin.
\"The Daily Show\" began with former ESPN \"SportsCenter\" anchor Craig Kilborn behind the desk. In 1999, Jon Stewart replaced Kilborn, and he lasted as host until 2015 when Trevor Noah took the helm until 2022. The show currently has a set of interim hosts while the network finds a permanent host to replace Noah. The show also launched the careers of Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, and others. It also spawned a comedic book called \"America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction.\"
\"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood\" was a staple in family homes for decades, and for good reason. The show's host and creator Fred Rogers was a feel-good mentor who gently taught young children about various topics through music, demonstrations, tours, and interactions with other people (and puppets). Eleven years after the original show concluded, PBS launched an animated spinoff called \"Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood,\" based on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
Judd Apatow executive produced this cult classic, which only lasted one season but is cherished near-universally by those who watched it. Based on high school-aged teens, the show was the starting point of successful careers for actors like Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Linda Cardellini, and James Franco. In 2018, a documentary looked at the short but wondrous existence of \"Freaks and Geeks.\"
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Mystery, domestic horror, and urgent true crime investigation rolled into one, Rewind sees filmmaker Sasha Joseph Neulinger revisiting his own abuse at the hands of a family member while remembering to let his case amplify into a call to action to protect children everywhere. His personal testimony would have been powerful enough, but he dares to put numerous members of his family in front of the camera, too, who begin to unravel a history of neglect and trauma rotting the core of this family over generations. Innocent home video footage turns sinister and seemingly inconsequential memories become warning signs that every adult should be on the lookout for, no excuses.
\"The Rescuers\" is a Disney classic about a mouse detective named Miss Bianca, and her assistant, Bernard, both members of the Rescue Aid Society, who spring into action to save a human girl named Penny from the evil Madame Medusa. For a while, there was a rumor flying around that a topless woman could briefly be seen in the background of a scene, but have no fear, the images have been edited out in every current release of the film.
\"The Hunchback of Notre Dame\" contains heavier themes than some other Disney movies, like abuse of authority, racism, and the importance of civic action to end injustices. Loosely based on Victor Hugo's novel of the same name, Disney studios actually expected the film to get a PG rating from the MPAA rating board because of these heavier themes. In the end, it kept the G rating and opened in 1996 to an underwhelming response at the box office.
One of Disney's only forays into Greek mythology, \"Hercules\" is about the half-man, half-god who was forced to live on Earth among mortals and prove his worth in order to regain his spot on Mount Olympus with the gods. The animated feature starred the vocal talents of actors like James Woods, Tate Donovan, Susan Egan, and Danny DeVito. It's been recently reported that Disney has a live-action remake of this classic film in the works.
A mix of animation and live-action, \"The Three Caballeros\" is made up of a series of segments featuring Donald Duck as he travels around to various countries in South America. If the plot strikes you as odd, that's because it is. The film was one of the Disney company's contributions to the war effort under the Good Neighbor Policy, which sought to develop closer bonds with neighboring countries in an effort to keep Axis powers' influence at bay.
The big-screen debut of the muppets, \"The Muppet Movie\" is an original story starring Kermit the Frog, who sets out to meet a talent agent in Hollywood, and is captured by Doc Hopper, an evil villain who sells frog legs in his restaurant. Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, and the rest of the gang have to jump into action in order to save Kermit before it's too late. One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is the finale, which featured 250 different puppets who all had a unique role to play, and required Jim Henson to hire 150 extra puppeteers through the Los Angeles Guild of Puppeteers of America.
One of the few children's films to have ever been nominated for a Best Picture Oscar, \"Babe\" is about a talking pig who learns he has talent as a sheepherder. A live-action movie, Babe and all of his farm friends are a mixture of real, trained animals and animatronic doubles, all of whom \"speak\" thanks to a computer program that made their mouths move in the correct patterns.
One of many adaptations of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel \"Treasure Island,\" this 1950s movie was one of Disney's first attempts at a live-action adventure film. Bobby Driscoll, who played the main character Jim Hawkins, appeared in several more Disney films, including \"Peter Pan.\"
\"Planet of the Apes\" is now a full-blown franchise that includes many feature-length films over the decades, but it was this 1968 film that started it all. The movie is about three human astronauts who find themselves stranded on a planet where walking, talking apes are the rulers and humans are their slaves. A sharp social commentary, the movie doesn't sacrifice any action or adventure in the quest to make its point.
A parody of classic monster movies, \"The Curse of the Were-Rabbit\" is the fifth installment in the \"Wallace & Gromit\" series. The stop-action movie follows the good-natured inventor and his dog as they battle against a giant, veggie-loving rabbit who is single-handedly decimating the town's crops. 59ce067264