This film is a powerfully moving animated piece about the importance of sadness in human life.
This follow-up feature directed by Carlos Saldanha has that same mix of colorfully frantic action and sight gags as its predecessor. Predictable as it is, it remains sporadically funny.
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.
“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.
Director J.J. Abrams and his crew build this “Star Trek” franchise into a truly glorious new enterprise.
The IMAX experience lets you sink way down for that stereoscopic 3D acquaintance with the grandeur of the deep seas through the splendor of underwater cinematography. Indeed, with 3D images so crisp and engrossing, this movie takes you to another world that is filled with an array of both familiar and unfamiliar sea creatures.
Jackson’s “King Kong” proves to be an enduring part of film history and legacy all over the world. If “LOTR” is a magical classic in complete greatness, “King Kong” is a monstrous adventure flick with mainstream feel.
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.
This is a Disney hybrid superhero family flick that is clearly pegged as The Incredibles meets X-men via Harry Potter.
“Into the Blue” runs out of air with its contrived plot and its mere interest on showcasing sexy bodies on screen. This Hollywood flick sinks aimlessly into the deep waters of the Bahamas. The treasure isn’t priced well. It’s long soaked and buried deep into the blue.