Based on actual events, this sad survival story is a feast for the eyes and ears.
With a 123-minute runtime, this film often crawls, but the title event does make it worth the wait.
When thrust into the spotlight, Despicable Me's little yellow creatures are cute and colorful, but just not too creative.
It's certainly better than the last two installments, but does that make this Terminator film worthy of your time?
Pixar's most colorful movie to date is also its most complicated and touching.
Adam Sandler's latest isn't as bad as you think, but it's also not as good as it should have been.
Although the 3D may not be necessary, this fourth installment in the dinosaur-themed franchise is still a bloody good time.
What a lovely Blu-ray! George Miller's post-apocalyptic action film is a feast for your eyes and ears.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and has a really awesome, family-friendly Blu-ray?
The Oscar nominee comes to Blu-ray with awesome AV, a few creepy characters, and enough whimsy for the whole family.