There are some movies for younger audiences that show up to change the game, and Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants is one of them. The fear is that too many will pass it up because they believe kids won't "do" a silent film, but that would be a mistake. They'll love it.
Scooby-Doo still wins over fans, and the latest adventure is solid fun, and comes with a great look back at the franchise.
Welcome to Sweden not only delivered on the premise, but improved as the season went on, and it's only real flaw is that it's so short. Poehler delivers a varied performance, and one that captures the reality inherent the almost unbelievable true story.
McFarland USA tugs on heartstrings in a largely familiar "sports movie" manner, but it goes about things a little differently. It seems to whitewash things, and delivers emotional plot in simplistic steps, but overall it's surprisingly well made.