No amount of enticing visual effects can save this sappy melodrama, which seems tailor-made for tweens in search of the next fantasy saga to replace Twilight.
The Man of Steel takes on the menacing Brainiac in this action-packed animated feature from Warner Animation and DC Comics.
This second season of Friends finds Ross and Rachael’s romance heating up and the cast really settling into their roles.
The One Where it All Began is broken out from the big box set with UltraViolet added, but nothing else in this individual season set.
An excellent cast helps to propel Warner’s Gangster Squad – an all around fun, entertaining film that never takes itself too serious.
Peter Jackson takes us back to Middle-Earth with this satisfying fantasy adventure that kicks off the new Hobbit trilogy chronicling the adventures of Bilbo Baggins.
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.
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.
Argo is a great thriller/docudrama, despite knowing the inevitable outcome. Affleck does a bang-up job both in front of and behind the lens.