The Pirate Fairy is a fun family romp that re-imagines the beginnings of the Neverland tales.
The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale is a terribly low-quality direct-to-video entry in this ongoing animated franchise.
The Oscar-winning Frozen makes a dazzling Blu-ray release and is a whole lot of fun for the entire family.
This period piece is well restored but has a surprising lack of memorable songs or much vocal splendor from its cast.
Shrek the Musical isn’t quite as enchanting as its animated counterpart, but it’s still good fun for the family
Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale from Disney’s renaissance period arrives with a fine HD transfer and 3D conversion on Blu-ray.
The second season of Once Upon a Time avoids the sophomore slump and offers up a richly complex world of fantastical characters.
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is 90-minutes of turn off your brain entertainment with an aggressive 3D production that makes it good weekend popcorn fun.
Disney’s classic animated adventure Peter Pan comes to Blu-ray with a new high definition restoration, lossless 7.1 soundtrack, and loaded with bonus materials.
Anne Hathaway is enchanting in her role as Ella, but this Cinderella re-imagining is a bit too uneven and silly for its own good.