Hot pink, glitter, pop music, and plain vanilla all over — it’s another Disney Channel musical specially made for kids.
All dogs may go to heaven, but this animated canine musical doesn’t look at all heavenly on Blu-ray.
The life of Siddhartha, founder of Buddhism, is represented in this contemporary ballet, Siddharta, by French choreographer Angelin Preljocal and composer Bruno Mantovani. In spite of the best efforts of the principal dancers and the corps de ballet of the Opera National de Paris, the production is undermined by dreary sets, an unattractive score and rather strange choreography.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is sparkling family fun on Blu-ray.
Tyler Perry proves he’s a stronger playwright and stage actor than he is a filmmaker with the Blu-ray release of Madea’s Big Happy Family: The Play
Step Up 3D is a dazzling 3D experience in both sight and sound for the home theatre that helps fill the current dearth of 3D content, despite its flaws as a film.
The timeless Disney classic dazzles with both site and sound in both the original 1940 charmer and the 2000 sequel in this marvelous 4-disc bundle, which also includes the superb Disney/Dali collaboration Destino that is not to be missed.
It’s Spinal Tap meets Beavis and Butthead in cartoon Network’s raunchy animated series Metalocalypse, arriving on Blu-ray for the first time.
The Sound of Music is a stunning and fun home theatre experience in this newly restored 45th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray release from Fox.
The original Rat Pack classic finally debuts on Blu-ray in solid release from Warner.