A joyous slice of family life and childhood imagination, Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is a wonderful film for the whole family.
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.
Parental Guidance has some faults, but in the end is a satisfying and humorous family comedy that succeeds mainly on the strengths of Billy Crystal and Bette Midler.
8-year-olds would be better served building something with actual Legos than watching this trite animated imitation of the Power Rangers and Star Wars.
Disney’s Victor Hugo adaptation is a mixed bag of dark themes and silly childish tunes. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a difficult novel to make G-rated, and this 1996 film is only partially successful.
Disney’s enchanting version of the legend of Mulan comes to Blu-ray alongside its direct-to-video sequel in a magnificent HD transfer.
Warner’s Hats off to Dr. Seuss collection merely repackages all of the previously released Blu-rays of the Seuss animated classics, but leaves out the included DVDs and digital copies of previous releases. It’s a good collection for those who haven’t already purchased the individual releases, but not worth a double-dip for everyone else.
Scooby and the gang hit a comic book convention and try to sniff out who’s posing as the Blue Falcon’s number one nemesis Mr. Hyde and terrorizing the crowds, in this fun for the whole family feature-length adventure.
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.