Jiyang Ziya is a beautifully animated Chinese fantasy epic with strong characters and Hollywood polish.
Animation Blu-Ray Reviews
The storied franchise makes the leap to 3D CD animation with fantastic results in this big-budget theatrical movie, Lupin III: The First.
A creative anime made for adults, Bartender explores the history of alcoholic beverages from across the globe with tender detail and emotive storytelling.
The second volume from Warner Archive collects 21 more hilarious cartoon shorts from animation genius Tex Avery's MGM catalog with so-so transfers.
An animated dog movie from Europe, Marona's Fantastic Tale offers unique animation and a simple life-affirming message.
Tai and the gang return for one final quest in this epic and often sad conclusion to the Digimon Adventure anime.
Space Ghost & Dino Boy finally defeat evil on Blu-ray in this lovely presentation of classic Saturday morning cartoon adventures.
The interactive storytelling isn't always great but Jason Todd fans should enjoy exploring his possible fates in several different timelines connected to Batman: Under The Red Hood.
The roughly animated misfire To Your Last Death boasts star power in its voice cast and not much else.
An interesting premise driven by a superhuman killer and fresh anime visuals mark Kazuto Nakazawa's dark criminal thriller B: The Beginning.
Cutting-edge theatrical anime from Studio 4°C, Children of the Sea provides more flash than substance in this faithful but limp manga adaptation.
Director Makoto Shinkai delivers another compelling teen fantasy romance in Weathering with You, though the impact is lessened this second time around.