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Disney has once again opened their vault for the 70th anniversary of "Cinderella." the "Cinderella: Anniversary Edition" is part of the Disney Signature Collection. Recently added to the distinguished National Film Registry, this animated classic has finally gained the noteriety it deserves …

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Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) bask in the success of both their lives and friendship. Working all day in their video game and then hanging out sipping root beer at night.

Yet, their idyllic world is upset when Vanellope's game, "Sugar Rush" breaks. Unable to find a reasonably priced replacement, Vanellope and her fellow racers become displaced – maybe permanently!

“The Little Mermaid” will dazzle you with its restored beauty. The colors pop, the story is timeless, the music is heart-warming and “The Little Mermaid– "Anniversary Edition” is a wonderful edition to all film libraries. Add it to yours, today!

Clara's (MacKenzie Foy) and her family are still reeling from her mother's death as their father gives each child the final Christmas gift from their mother. Clara's gift is a mysterious metal egg that is locked and has no key.

The search for that key begins a journey for Clara that will provide answers and understanding for a grieving family.

"Supers" are now outlawed. That doesn't stop the Incredibles from trying to do the right thing when The Underminer attacks the city. Although his plot is foiled, the Incredibles don't get their man. Instead, they get a night in jail. . .

Christopher Robin (Orton O'Brien) must leave his imaginary friends in the Hundred Acre Woods. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl and, of course, Tigger say their goodbyes, but Pooh is affected most, asking if Christopher Robin will remember them. . .

Counting down his final three days of house arrest, Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) experiences a strange vision from his time in the Quantum Realm. . .