The global hit Barbie is Kenough for audiences to finally bring home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD in addition to Digital. I saw the film twice on the big screen. Most recently, I took advantage of the special re-release for IMAX. Unfortunately, the special gag footage was exclusive for the IMAX release. It’s also a shame that they chose against releasing it with the physical media release. It would certainly be a fun…"Barbie is Kenough to Bring Home on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD"
Following its theatrical release, audiences can bring Strays home on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital, or watch the film on Peacock. The Digital and Peacock releases are on October 6 while the physical media release is on October 10. Please remember to make sure that your four-legged friends are also in the room. What follows is my original review from this past August: Homeward Bound is a family-friendly adventure of animals finding their way back home but…"Strays Fetches Itself Onto Blu-ray, DVD, and Peacock"
Homeward Bound is a family-friendly adventure of animals finding their way back home but Strays is the raunchy Homeward Bound. I know what you’re thinking. Doesn’t this film have talking animals? Well, yes, but it’s not a film that you should be bringing your younger children to see. Unless you want to answer questions about certain words or activities, please keep them at home! It might make you cool with the teenagers unless they’re embarrassed…"Strays: The Raunchy Homeward Bound"
Greta Gerwig continues a brilliant run behind the camera with Barbie while co-writing a hysterical script with Noah Baumbach. Gerwig and Baumbach’s script is funnier than it has any right to be. It’s also full of double entendres but it does have a PG-13 rating for suggestive references and brief language. One would assume that many parents would want to bring their young daughters under 10 but that might not be the best idea. After…"Barbie: Greta Gerwig Continues A Brilliant Run Behind The Camera"
Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again is the newest installment of a franchise that should have ended when Robin Williams died. I would have probably been on board with an animated film if they had the original cast. Instead, this feels much like one of those direct-video sequels where the stars walked away after the theatrical predecessor. When I saw that Nick Daley (Joshua Bassett) was going to be the lead character, I thought,…"Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again"
Launching on January 28 with its first three episodes, The Afterparty is one of the best new comedy series to arrive this year. My interest is automatically piqued whenever I hear that Phil Lord and Chris Miller are attached to a new project. Knowing their previous work, it also comes with an incredibly high bar of expectations. This comedy series is no exception especially with the talented cast. What I love about it isn’t just…"The Afterparty: One Of The Best New Comedy Series"