“Pawn Stars” is addicting television.
Watching the swamp logger and R&R Conner aviation on the job is fun, but the rest of “Ax Men” is flat-out boring. Read more »
“Diary Of A Wimpy Kid” is the type of entertaining family film that I would like to see more of these days. Read more »
“Being Human” is a watchable supernatural TV series. Read more »
“Casshern Sins” sounds promising on paper, but it winds up being a poorly executed anime series. Read more »
“The Joneses” has an interesting concept, but the film’s tone is awkward. Read more »
The combination Disney, Tim Burton, and Roald Dahl is a strange yet delightful film, with stop motion animation, live action and computer graphics. Its a real treat for the eyes and even better on blu-ray. As with most Burton film’s and Dahl stories, although a children’s story, the tale has its darker moments so younger kids should probably skip it. The 79 minute film took ages to make because of the stop action sequences. Parts of the film look grainy as a result but this is also a typical characteristic of all stop motion animation. The blu-ray picture and DTS-MA soundtrack are up to the usual high quality standards set by Disney. Read more »