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Editor's rating: 
 4.6
 
Monday, 12 November 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Brave (3D/2D Combo) (2012) “Brave” is the latest in the line of Pixar films.  It is hard to keep up with which is exactly Disney and which is Pixar given they share the same creative director.  However, this film is certainly Pixar.  Now, I write that not indicating its awe-inspiring power (or what happens to be the lack thereof) but because of the general feel the film conveys.  It is strong but at the same time fails without a doubt to live up to the Pixar name.  It was inevitable that Pixar would turn out a film that was not beloved by all.  This is it.  The film that divides the age groups.   “Brave” will no doubt keep your kids glued to the screen, particularly with the Blu-ray 3D release.  However, for the first time adults will find themselves drifting away from the attentiveness factor.  ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.0
 
Saturday, 31 March 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Alvin And The Chipmunks 3: Chipwrecked (2011) Snooze alert.  That’s right, here is the third installment in the Chipmunk series.  Funny enough, it wasn’t until I thought about the film (as much as that is possible) after it had ended that I even remembered that this was the third in the series and not simply a sequel to the first.  That is how unforgettable these films are.  As beloved childhood characters I expected more care to be taken with the series. The Smurfs were given great treatment when it came to its feature film debut.  However, the Chipmunks seem to have been sluffed off as just a cash cow.  Given the reception of each Chipmunks film I am surprised that they keep making them.  It seems that it would be costing them money. Sufficed it to say, there are plenty of terrible and mediocre critic and fan reviews of ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.6
 
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Lady And The Tramp (Diamond Edition) (1955) There really is no need for an introduction to Disney’s classic “Lady And The Tramp.”  Sure, it perhaps often overlooked when considering the trove of Disney treasures.  However, this film remains one of my all-time favorites.   The film has everything needed to be successful.  There is a simple but yet complex story.  There is song.  There is romance.  There is adventure.  Simply put, there is fun.  Fun has always been a Disney specialty.   I could provide a whole history on the making of “Lady And The Tramp,” its influence on cinema, etc.  However, I’m sure most looking for this title are simply interested in the quality of the Blu-ray release.  Well, dear readers, it is a pleasure to inform you of the spectacular quality of this release in all aspects.   As we have come to expect, Disney has not let us down with ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.4
 
Monday, 07 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Meet The Robinsons (3D/2D) (2007) This a review of the 3D version of “Meet The Robinsons.”  See the 3D Video section for updated information regarding this title’s 3D quality.  The remainder of the 3D release is identical to the previous “Meet The Robinsons” Blu-ray release, including audio options and special features.  This package simply includes a Blu-ray 3D disc in addition."Meet The Robinsons" is another family-friendly movie from the creators over at Disney.  However, unlike "Cars" and "Ratatouille", this film is not from the geniuses at Pixar.  Nonetheless, it is an exceptional film, definitely on par with its predecessors.Lewis (Daniel Hansen) is a 12, nearly 13 year-old, boy living at an orphanage.  He also happens to be a budding genius inventor.  After numerous failed inventions, and determined to remember and find his mother, Lewis begins work on an invention dubbed the "Memory Scanner".   The creation, ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.4
 
Monday, 07 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Bolt (3D/2D) (2008) This a review of the 3D version of “Bolt.”  See the 3D Video section for updated information regarding this title’s 3D quality.  The remainder of the 3D release is identical to the previous “Bolt” Blu-ray release, including audio options and special features.  This package simply includes a Blu-ray 3D disc in addition."Bolt" is an adorable film, but I wouldn't go as far as to say that it is the "best Disney film since 'The Incredibles'" as the box and promos say.  "The Incredibles" was flawless, whereas "Bolt" has issues.  Still, that did not stop the film from grossing nearly $115 million at the US box office.  Home video sales are surely to soar.  Who wouldn't want to watch a cute, lovable puppy search for his way home?Bolt is a cute and cuddly puppy that gets adopted from a pet store ...
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