The 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, A Separation offers a heartening look at a family in disarray while providing a glimpse into the everyday life of a culture we rarely have a chance to see so intimately.
Aardman finds major booty with this band of stop-motion pirates in 3D or otherwise on Blu-ray; its wonderfully funny and filled with fun for the entire family.
This anime series mixes chambara and fantasy with political intrigue in a tightly woven story set at the end of Japan’s shogunate era — and it works.
Lady and the Tramp II is another direct-to-video sequel from Disney that can’t come close to the original, but it still looks and sounds great on Blu-ray.
Two classic, action-packed, family friendly animated adventure films starring cute mice from “house of mouse” Disney on Blu-ray, what more could you ask for?
Three of Stallone’s better films are featured in this recommended Blu-ray set, arriving with a low price, from Lionsgate.
This sexy, action-filled anime series produced by A.C.G.T comes to Blu-ray in a strong combo pack release from Funimation.
The Tigger Movie on Blu-ray is a special treat for family members of all ages.
This 15th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray of the excellent Good Will Hunting from Lionsgate/Miramax seems to be a simple North American release of the German release from Kinowelt/StudioCanal. With that being said, it has superior picture quality to last year’s release from Lionsgate, but may not be worth an upgrade just for the two new featurettes with the cast and crew.
Regardless of your interest in the physical sport, Warner’s Blu-ray documenting The Los Angeles Kings quest for the Stanley Cup is excellent on all fronts.