With a different approach to humor, FX’s Wilfred arrives on Blu-ray with far better results than I had expected.
An excellent documentary on the difficulties in following up the classic Dark Side of the Moon with this subsequent classic, The Story of Wish You Were Here will be a must have for fans of “The Floyd”.
They’ve aged, and so have their gags, but not very well; as a result, American Reunion feels like a relic in comparison to some of the more recent shock comedies the franchise helped spawn.
There really is only one word to describe this film and this Blu-ray release from StudioCanal: magnificent. Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle is a joyous and inspirational fantasy adventure for family members of all ages.
The Decoy Bride is funny, romantic, predictable and absolutely devoid of originality. If it weren’t for the charm of Kelly MacDonald and likeability of David Tennant, the film would fall flat.
Nonstop action sequences and the beauty of the backdrop rescue this confusing Chinese western from being a complete disappointment.
Director Abel Ferrara’s stylish 1990 crime drama King of New York arrives on Blu-ray in a strong, feature-rich package from the UK’s Arrow.
Watching this crude Disney dud with the razor-thin plot and Looney Tunes-like animation, I can easily see how Pixar took over their animation empire.
Disney’s uneven animated sci-fi/fantasy adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel is nevertheless filled with strong animation that translates wonderfully in this impeccable Blu-ray edition from the studio.
Hilarity ensues with even greater effect in the second season of The Big Bang Theory on Blu-ray.