A joyous slice of family life and childhood imagination, Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is a wonderful film for the whole family.
This Norwegian medieval survival adventure is light on the plot and heavy on the action, with good shots of the Scandinavian scenery. It’s a watch it and forget it popcorn flick for a slow weekend.
This classic 1963 World War II adventure film features one of the greatest chase scenes ever, courtesy of the inimitable Steve McQueen. The cast of who’s who actors and high quality of the story makes it the perfect Father’s Day gift.
This entry in the Tenchi Muyo! universe wraps up with an equally disappointing video transfer and ramped up mecha action that feels borrowed from other franchises.
Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar reminds fans of the best of the early years of this franchise, even if this transfer to Blu-ray isn’t so great.
This intense western, from an Elmore Leonard story, features Glenn Ford and Van Heflin in two powerful performances. The gorgeous black and white cinematography is made new again by a superb transfer from the Criterion Collection.
Missing a couple of beats, adding some new secret sauce and wrapping it up in one of the funkiest packages we’ve ever seen, “Phase One” is a celebration of the Avengers saga thus far.
This environmentally-oriented CG-animated film completely misses the mark as sound family-friendly entertainment, and as high quality HD.
A Monster in Paris is a delightful CG-animated film from Shark Tale director Bibo Bergeron. Returning to his native France, he feels revived, inspired, and has offered up an original, richly detailed tale for the family.
A long, tedious “epic” with pretensions of being a new Lawrence of Arabia, Day of the Falcon is all glitz and no soul.