You are here
Home > Film/Art > Fantasy

Blu-ray Review: ‘Rise of the Guardians’

This package brings together some of the world’s most famous childhood heroes and mythical creatures in an inventive story about the power of belief, faith, and the values of the universe.

Blu-ray Review: ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ 40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition

This screen adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ tells the story of an underprivileged boy who finds one of the five golden tickets to visit Willy Wonka’s famed chocolate factory.

Blu-ray Review: ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” comes out on a single-disc Blu-ray package featuring Tim Burton’s rendition of the Roald Dahl novel about the eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka and the children visiting his renowned chocolate factory.

‘Shrek Forever After’ Movie Review: Happily ogre after?

For its long-time followers, “Shrek Forever After” is passable entertainment. It is for those who have grown with the franchise’s predecessors and not the type that can add any new toddler fans.

‘Twilight’ Film Review: That willing teen bite

The swoony supernatural romance and the neo-horror motif of “Twilight” can both amuse and bemuse — depending on the type of viewer. It knows what it is meant for. Either one likes it or hates it. It has a sweetly idealistic charm on its own. It pleases its devoted fans, but does little for the uninitiated.


‘Beowulf’ (2007) Film Review: Motion-capture statement

For its time, “Beowulf” takes tremendous artistic license to blend CGI and motion-capture technology, then renders it in IMAX 3D to bring a level of hyperreality for the audience to enjoy.

‘Shrek the Third’ Film Review: The slapstick third

The Shrek franchise comes up with its third installment quite inferior to the first two. Shrek the Third tries to do its best to bring out some laugh-inducing slapstick from the can. At least, it has the very humor that Shrek fans have come to expect.

‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ Film Review: Dark, adolescent Potter film

Darker, a little more mature, and a little less magical, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” primarily deals with rejection and hormones as Harry and his friends struggle through transition from childhood to young adulthood.

‘Corpse Bride’ Film Review: A charming grave fairy tale

Behind its eerie theme, “Corpse Bride” is fun, genial, expressive, and charming. This semi-musical stop-motion animation celluloid baby is set at death’s door and salutes the liberating power of true love and sacrifice.

‘Brothers Grimm’ Film Review: A grim for Brothers Grimm

“Brothers Grimm” is shallow, bland, and disappointing. There are a few sparks of promise, but the muddled plot messes up its supposed intensity.

Top