Tarsem’s mythological action fantasy is a stunning visual treat weighted down only by its lackluster script, lulls in pacing, and an uneven 3D conversion.
A bad CGI-heavy take on the Dumas classic offers up a superb 3D and 2D HD package on Blu-ray.
This WW II documentary offers up newly restored stereographic photographs and 3D film footage taken by the Nazis and watching it is almost like stepping through a time machine.
This IMAX travelogue from MacGillivray Freeman offers some tasty eye candy in 2D and 3D
Werner Herzog gives us a mesmerizing look at ancient human civilization through the spectacular use of 3D, capturing a rare glimpse of the Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc in southern France.
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World is the worst film yet in the Spy Kids franchise and it comes to Blu-ray with a middling 3D conversion.
A questionable 3D presentation mars an otherwise solid release.
Even though the 2D and 3D presentations are solid, Disney’s G-Force just isn’t a good film. Unless you’re dying for 3D material, I can’t see recommending this unless you have little one’s dying to see this.
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.