Christopher Nolan finishes off his Dark Knight trilogy by saving the best for last with The Dark Knight Rises, a fantastic superhero crime drama with excellent visuals, edge-of-the-seat action and a menacing villain.
That’s My Boy is a rather tired father-son reunion film that scavenges the funny bits from a bunch of bachelor party pics and assembles them into a mildly amusing collage. For Sandler fans only.
Up arrives in 3D with no new extras, but makes for just as a fine a time to watch with the family regardless.
Nearly 10-years later, one of Pixar’s finest efforts makes its way back to shore in a brilliant trasnfer, 2D or 3D, on Blu-ray.
Even though Lionsgate has put together a decent technical V/A presentation, the bland and lackluster approach to Tyler Perry’s style of humor make this one almost cringe worthy.
The Men in Black return for a third go around with fine results, providing good laughs, a big-hearted story, and, of course, lots of great special effects.
Transformers Prime: Season Two will transport longtime fans of this Hasbro franchise right back to their childhoods and younger fans will be pleased with the fantastic level of action and character development in the second season.
George C. Scott’s performance looms large in this biopic about the famous World War II general.
Dunham and all his favorite puppets (as well as a few new ones) are back in his latest Comedy Central special, Minding the Monsters.
A magnificently blood soaked continuation of this OVA, Hellsing Ultimate: Volumes 5-8 is a must for fans of the series and the manga.