Paddington Bear is now Paddington the movie, and it’s very warm and fuzzy.
This witty satire about the clash of the classes in post-war Britain was a breakout role for Peter Sellers and won two BAFTAs.
A high school boy obsessed with reading books gets a second chance at life when he is reincarnated as a dog and taken in by the sadistic author he idolizes in this funny and weird anime series.
Such Good Friends is a swinging 1970s film that probes personal relationships via a splendid cast, screenplay, score, and cinematography.
An inane effort to assimilate some of the greatest comedic talents of the era into the psychedelic flower power 1960s scene.
Another vexing season of critics’ darling Lena Dunham’s hit series Girls arrives on Blu-ray from HBO.
Woody Allen’s latest film Magic in the Moonlight is missing some of the charm and power that has defined his late career work, but it still pleasant viewing.
This is Where I Leave You is a dramedy that fails to convey the complexities of life it strives for, but offers up strong performances from a great cast.
A misfit is tasked with the care of an artistic genius who is only good at one thing — her art — in this unusual, but fun to watch anime series.
With the grotesque looks, lame comedy and bland acting, these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles should probably slink back into their shells.