A pair of new comedies — one animated and one from a popular Canadian funnyman — are the latest additions to the box office this weekend.

First up is Mr. Peabody and Sherman, a reboot of a classic cartoon about a unique family: a super-smart dog and a precocious human kid who accidentally causes a time-travelling disaster.

Meanwhile, comic Brent Butt is back with his latest effort, No Clue.

Canadians might be most familiar with his family-oriented former TV comedy Corner Gas, but this new murder mystery strikes a somewhat grittier tone. Butt plays a wannabe private eye, but Philip Marlowe he's not, says Eli Glasner.

Watch the attached video for Glasner's review of Mr. Peabody and Sherman and No Clue.