Woke Disney, trying to navigate a tricky representational path, steps all over itself throughout.
A Wrinkle in Time’s by and large cramped worlds never look like anything other than animated projections.
The film’s empowering themes of feminine strengths and bonds eventually flourish in novel fashion.
Disney’s desperate and wrong-headed riff on Toy Story gets an expectedly excellent A/V transfer on Blu-ray with a bundle of extras that offer a few bonus points.
After the minor satisfaction of picking up all the video game Easter eggs scattered throughout the film wanes, that eager licensing grates more than anything.