Category: 3D

Blu-ray 3D Reviews

Finding Dory 3D Blu-ray Review

Thank you Sigourney Weaver Coveting Finding Nemo’s message of self-assurance and empowerment, Pixar’s revisit to the ocean is comforting. Mostly, Finding Dory comes to life without significant risk, opening …

Snowtime! 3D Blu-ray Review

War. Good God Y’all On Snowtime’s home video cover sits a smiling dog, two happy kids, and a snow fortress. Like the film itself, the cover is unassuming, passive, …

Star Trek Beyond 3D Blu-ray Review

Into the Beyond The summer of 2016, where even Star Trek wasn’t well enough to survive. Inundated with visual effects and superfluous action, the story never finds its footing …

The Last Reef 3D Blu-ray Review

Purely stunning IMAX’s modern nature documentaries continue their fight for conservation, The Last Reef more so than others. Stern, even foreboding, this 2012 short opens with glamorous images of …

Humpback Whales 3D Blu-ray Review

Sizable Humpback Whales primarily reveals what is unknown about these mammals. After spending a century slaughtering them for oil, recent research peered into their life cycle. And still, the …

Batman v Superman 3D Blu-ray Review

Batbore and Superdull Adding 30 minutes to a gratuitous, messy film doesn’t fix anything. The pseudo-observant Batman v Superman still limps through rounds of movie logic like a riper …

Jaws 3 3D Blu-ray Review

Still waiting for Jaws: 3, People: 0 Connected by the theme of a busy tourist season interrupted by a man-eating fish, Jaws 3’s grand stupidity serves as the progenitor …

Zootopia 3D Blu-ray Review

The Animated Utopia Disney may have sunk low with Barnyard and their other ’00 offerings, but Zootopia brings a specific honesty to its anthropomorphic critters. In the depressing fall-off …