Two experts on children's literature share their thoughts on some of the best-known books for kids.
Have an adventure at home with the Ben Stiller comedy "Night at the Museum."
Kids'll be dazzled, but story falls short of the previous sequel.
Harry's magical parents were killed by the evil wizard Voldemort when he was just a baby. Miraculously, he survives with only a lightning-bolt scar as a mysterious reminder. Harry is taken to live with his nasty relatives -- muggles, or non-wizards -- who hide the truth about his parents. Ten miserable years later, he gets a visit from a genial half-giant named Hagrid with an invitation to study at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Carell's morality tale much milder than Carrey's.
Princess power saves the day for ogre and pals.
Typical Sandler comedy overflows with stereotypes.
Rhythm puzzles to HSM tunes for tween fans.
Newly graduated from college, Annie (Scarlett Johansson) wants to change the world. Little does she know that she'll soon be studying the "bizarre social patterns" of an alien culture less than an hour away from her New Jersey home.