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  • n. A film aimed at children.


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  • One Piece Film: Strong World, "the 10th in the series, easily beat the competition on Dec. 19, including the hit TV drama adaptation" Nodame Cantabile, "the toon mystery" Professor Layton and the Immortal Songstress, "kidpic" The Story of Ululu's Forest "and" The Fourth Kind. "

  • On Dec. 19, Paramount will send live-action/animated kidpic "Charlotte's Web" up against Fox's family comedy "Night at the Museum."

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  • Managing to escape, Aang returns to his Air home to find nothing but bones before being captured again and thrown into a sort of concentration camp -- not the sort of situations you expect to find in a PG-rated kidpic.

  • Territory celebrated a national holiday on March 22, which could have accounted for the kidpic popularity.

  • This situation is remedied, somewhat, by "Ramona and Beezus," a sprightly, generic kidpic that flattens and condenses elements from Beverly Cleary's deservedly popular novels.

  • A labor of love for writer-helmer-producer-animator Garri Bardin that took six years to finish, pic sneaks in a bit of satire under the kidpic radar, but is too repetitive and lacking in technical polish to fly far beyond the fest circuit.

  • On the same weekend last year, Paramount kidpic "Hotel for Dogs" grossed $17 million for the three days and $22.9 million for the four.

  • Thesp's similar kidpic, Disney's 2007 "The Game Plan," opened to $22.9 million.

  • Twentieth Century Fox will add to its "Avatar" onslaught with Dwayne Johnson kidpic "Tooth Fairy" opening wide at the domestic box office this weekend.

  • Stop-motion jumpstarts Neil Gaiman adaptation, giving kidpic real adult appeal


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