New DVD releases and What the Critics Said

1. The Lego Movie (Available 6/17) “Boasting beautiful animation, a charming voice cast, laugh-a-minute gags, and a surprisingly thoughtful story, The Lego Movie is colorful fun for all ages.” –Rotten Tomatoes consensus.  2. Grand Budapest Hotel (6/17) “Typically stylish but deceptively thoughtful, The Grand Budapest Hotel finds Wes Anderson once again using ornate visual environments [Read More…]

Giveaway: ‘Once Upon a Time’ Season One Set

Bippidy boppidy boo.. The fairy godmother has a DVD set for you. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: Chronicle

A fresh and insightful take on the superhero idea, CHRONICLE is not only excellent, but a lot of fun. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: The Grey

A tense, suspenseful walk through wolf-infested Alaska, THE GREY doubles as a philosophical metaphor for life and death. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: Haywire

With real Gladiator punches and mixed marital arts kicks, HAYWIRE is a heavy-duty action movie. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: Joyful Noise

With some good gospel music and friendly to faith attitude, Joyful Noise is refreshing, even if it won’t win any Oscars. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: New Years Eve

New Years Eve is so bad it might just take a year off your life. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol

Fast action that will make your palms sweat and witty cracks more than make up for any depth this film lacks. Depth? Who needs it. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: The Iron Lady

Still an excellent and rousing film despite the fact it focuses on the sorrows of aging at the cost of Thatcher’s story. [Read more…]

Home Viewing: We Bought a Zoo

This is a family film in the sense of a movie you watch together which everyone will love, from grandma to the little kids, not in the sense of a wisecracking animation you put on to keep the kids quiet for a while. [Read more…]