Gamer is an absolute disaster of a film; an exercise in excess, silliness, and, ironically, one-dimensional characters.
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.
Shimizu Takashi’s sequel to his 2009 hit Shock Labyrinth has none of the shock and none of the originality that made its predecessor a worthwhile experience.
The majestic journey that is Cirque du Soleil’s World’s Away comes alive in this marvelous 3D production from producer James Cameron and director Andrew Adamson.
A visual treat, Ang Lee’s spiritually driven coming-of-page adventure Life of Pi is not to be missed.
Somewhere along the line, this well-intentioned film’s story became an encouragement of holiday commercialism, but the action, imagery, and well used 3D effect save it from being a complete failure.
Charming and funny, Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph is a pure winner, and is a Blu-ray that deserves a spot in everyone’s collection.
These lovable monsters are scaring up a storm in a dazzling 3D version just before they head off to University.
R.I.P. Tony Scott, but you shall forever live on in your work, like this nearly perfect example of ’80s cinematic escapism — the high-flying, energetic, Top Gun, now available in a better than expected 3D edition.
Sony’s reference quality release of Hotel Transylvania is a treat for the family in 2D or 3D.