Anyone waiting for Disney to botch a release will have to keep waiting. No one treats classic films better and everyone’s favorite fawn gets the royal treatment with this new high definition disc.
Despite a solid cast and a lot of potential, You Again is like eating a slice of dry, white bread. You won’t starve, but it’s bland, boring, and hard to swallow.
Tim Burton’s nightmarish fantasies and Johnny’s Depp’s quirky caricatures are nowhere to be found here. What fans will get is the vibrant animation and signature songs found in Walt Disney’s classic animated tales.
Wes Craven has written and directed several classic horror films (A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream) but he seems to have run out of ideas with this tired, uninvolving, and incomprehensible mess.
One film is beloved by firefighters and the other by Oscar voters. Whether you prefer your action or your music hot, we have you covered.
Far from a long shot, this historical horse’s biopic uses a safe storytelling formula to produce a solid, feel-good film.
Death Race 2 caters to your base instincts with babes, beatdowns, and stuff blowing up. But is this prequel to the remake pure straight-to-video trash or a surprising gem?
Looking to cash in some of those neat gift cards you got for Christmas? How about using one on Sofia Coppola’s achingly beautiful film? Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson shine in a funny and bittersweet look at two Americans lost in Japan.
The Social Network was last fall’s critical darling, but there is another movie about Facebook that you should check out as well. Catfish is a documentary full of surprises and has an ending that will leave you haunted.
George Clooney stars as an enigmatic hitman in a thriller with a very slow pace. Fans might be surprised to find that this one owes more to European films like Le Samourai than action-fests like The Bourne Identity.
"True Grit" ran second with 10 nominations, including acting honors for Jeff Bridges and Hailee Steinfeld.
Think you can step? Think again. See what our guest critic thought of the new Blu-ray video that is big on flashy dance numbers, but “wack” on story, acting, and dialogue.
It's become a holiday favorite along with the Peanuts gang and the Grinch, but 1983's A Christmas Story isn't your typical holiday sugar-sweet movie.
If you think releasing a film about The Devil during Christmas week is bad, you haven’t seen anything yet. This M. Night Shyamalan-produced thriller will really horrify you…with its ineptitude.
Two of this last year’s biggest hits are also two of the most coveted Blu-rays. There are no losers in this battle of titans, but which is your favorite, the ecological aliens or DiCaprio’s mind-bending dream thriller?