The audio and video transfer is so good, you may forget just how offensive it is that Cruise and Zwick are trying to teach the Japanese how to be Japanese again.
Since ABC never really pandered to urban crows, now little kids in the hood can have their own After School Special to make them vomit.
Cheaper by the Dozen? How about dime a dozen? I give Shawn Levy 10 more films before he makes a good one.
DTS surround tracks are still unfortunately rare, but more troublesome are the select films that are bestowed with them.
Disney gives the big thumbs up to the nuclear American family by including only four 3-D glasses on this two-disc edition of Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over.
Yes, it’s an excellent DVD package, but most importantly: Now you can watch VH1’s “Save the Music” PSA whenever you want.
If you’re a Harvey Pekar fan, do yourself a favor and buy this DVD. His cut of the profits probably isn’t too big, but every little bit counts.
Gregor Jordan’s shallow treatise on army hypocrisy can’t shake the ghosts of M*A*S*H and Catch-22.
Ever wanted to spend a night in Michael Jackson’s bed? Now you can! The teens giggle. Salvo talks about his Steadicam.