The visual delight of Coppelia seamlessly combines ballet and modern CGI animation for an enriching new experience which expands ballet's horizons.
Family Blu-Ray Reviews
A wonderful, patient children's adventure, Flight of the Navigator is steeped in NASA's shuttle era popularity and a bit of Cold War paranoia.
An endearing adventure, Explorers holds on for the first acts, but loses its way in an admittedly unfinished third.
Thomas the Tank Engine roars to life in Thomas and the Magic Railroad with Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda lending a hand.
While breezy and cheerful in the early going, Knight of Shadows drifts from its family-film identity into a dark afterlife romance.
Bringing Christmas spirit to a cold, corporate world, The Santa Clause brings gooey sentimentality to a family story, but that works in context.
With more energy and brazen story ideas, Santa Clause 2 isn't a great movie, but embraces escapism to tell a unique Christmas tale.
The better of the two sequels, The Santa Clause 3 brings the series' themes to a proper close, even if the humor only rises to a sitcom level.
A lively family movie that nicely updates Dora's cartoon adventures for the big screen with Isabela Moner.
… But No Brains Take a moment today. Process the reality that Santa with Muscles exists. A human being wrote this movie. Another human being spent money to produce …
Undervalued Parable At the end of All Monsters Attack, 10 year-old Ichiro (Tomonori Yazaki) fights a bully to earn respect. Then, Ichiro torments a sign maker. It’s an oft …
Moderately Strong Joe Young The opening of 1998’s Mighty Joe Young remake clearly comes from Disney. You can tell because it’s not one but two dead mothers. That’s gutsy …