Up arrives in 3D with no new extras, but makes for just as a fine a time to watch with the family regardless.
Nearly 10-years later, one of Pixar’s finest efforts makes its way back to shore in a brilliant trasnfer, 2D or 3D, on Blu-ray.
Dolby Laboratories have posted an Audio Lover’s Guide to Disney•Pixar’s Brave listing the seven most memorable moments as selected by re-recording mixer Tom Johnson.
Pixar collects their family-friendly animated shorts in this second volume guaranteed to bring the family together for lots of long-lasting entertainment.
Toy Story 2 in 2D or 3D is another round of excellent family entertainment from the Pixar powerhouse.
Pixar’s heartfelt first feature, Toy Story, comes to Blu-ray in a superb 3D combo pack with reference audio and video and a wealth of bonus features.
Pixar’s Toy Story 3 proves that sequels don’t always have to be bad. It arrives in a pristine 1080p Blu-ray release with an abundance of extras and one of the better animated 3D encodements we’ve seen to date on Blu-ray.
An unnecessary and disappointing sequel becomes Pixar’s first big stumble, but is also still an incredible home theatre experience in this 5-disc 3D combo pack.
Beauty and the Beast, Finding Nemo, Little Mermaid, and others coming back to theatres in 3D in 2012/13.
Disney∙Pixar’s sequel to the hit Cars, the inventively titled Cars 2, will be speeding home on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD November 1, 2011.