Steven Spielberg's delightful fantasy loses none of its charm on the small screen. For the uninitiated, it tells the tale of a lonely boy (Henry Thomas) befriended by a stranded alien. He's drawn into all manner of adventures as he and his friends attempt to return the creature to its home. This was the most lucrative film of all time (until Jurassic Park came along) and despite all the usual Spielberg trademarks - kids in suburbia, flashing lights, special effects - it's a real film from the heart. John Williams' outstanding soundtrack never fails to move, especially in the bike ride across the moon sequence. Look out for Drew Barrymore as the wide-eyed Gertie
In the days before meeting Shrek and Donkey, Puss tries to find the outlaws Jack and Jill as he searches for magic beans. Teaming up with Humpty Dumpty and Kitty Softpaws, the trio must outrun the bounty hunters searching for them.
DreamWorks animation featuring the voices of Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis.
Anti-social ogre Shrek resolves to foil the plans of an evil ruler whose banishment of fairy-tale characters has disrupted his peaceful life. However, events take a complicated turn when the reluctant hero is forced to rescue the beautiful Princess Fiona from a castle guarded by a dragon, aided only by a wisecracking donkey. Excellent animated adventure, enjoyable for adults as well as their little monsters, with the voices of Mike Myers, John Lithgow, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy and Vincent Cassel.