Peter Jackson brings his fascination with Middle Earth to a spectacular close with the best entry in The Hobbit, The Battle of the Five Armies.
The second entry in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy provides more satisfying results and a really fun experience on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D
Massive amounts of supplemental materials make the extended Hobbit worth owning for fans of Peter Jackson’s vision of the Tolkien fantasy.
The Conjuring is a truly frightening haunted house film you won’t want to watch alone.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone struggles to find a stroke of magical genius in this mundane comedy effort.
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas is terrifically rude installment of this now long-running comedy franchise that looks and sounds strong in Warner/New Line’s robust Blu-ray 3D combo pack.
This ribald rom-com with Drew Barrymore and Justin Long may not be the worst date flick a guy could get dragged to,
Elf may not be great, but it is a pleasant enough holiday film and this Ultimate Collector’s Edition bundle of goodies makes for a nice gift package.
This pointless retread of the original doesn’t offer many surprises and certainly not many scares, but it can still provide a decent home theatre experience with this strong Blu-ray release from New Line.
It’s sugary-sweet and laden with an overload of pinks and rosy-reds, but the all-star cast and vivid transfer make this romantic comedy watchable despite all its flaws.