Jon Favreau’s reimagined version of the Disney classic is a dazzling CGI spectacle that doesn’t lose sight of its roots.
The Life Aquatic has all the weirdness of a signature Wes Anderson film, but not the soul
Moonrise Kingdom recycles some of Wes Anderson’s most common traits as a filmmaker for an uneven yet still ultimately enjoyable film about first love.
Wes Anderson takes viewers through the life and times of the dysfunctional Tenenbaum family, featuring an all-star cast, with great videography and soundtrack. For those expecting “Modern Family,” hold on to your seats as the ride is both bumpy and quirky.
The classic Wes Anderson quirky style of dysfunctional comedy is well on display in The Royal Tenenbaums coming to Blu-ray in a definitive Blu-ray edition from the Criterion Collection.
Meatballs is a classic Bill Murray comedy that is both nostalgic and timeless, offered up in a fine Blu-ray presentation from Lionsgate.
Wes Anderson’s quirky and heartfelt comedy Rushmore comes to Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection with pretty much the same transfer and supplements from their previous DVD release intact.
Despite no features, the quality of the movie added in with the fine video and audio make this one worth recommending.
Paramount Home Entertainment brings the comedic update to Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas tale, A Christmas Carol home this November 1, 2011 for the holiday season with the release of Scrooged, featuring Bill Murray, on Blu-ray Disc at a SRP of $19.99.
Passion Play is a quirky, absurd, and passionless David Lynch imitation that is carried only by a surprisingly strong-ish performance from an easy-on-the-eyes Megan Fox.