Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar is a gleefully silly affair in the tradition of Dumb and Dumber. It’s also a comedy where the old adage “your mileage may vary” holds a lot of weight.
Balancing cleverness, simplicity, and a clear-headed vision, Wonder Woman 1984 is an unexpected surprise.
The GATE and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment want you to enjoy some time with the Minions, and Gru, this holiday season with a chance to win one of five copies of Despicable Me 3 on Blu-ray.
After a side story telling the origin of the now ubiquitous, gibberish babbling yellow Minions, Despicable Me 3 goes back to the story of a reformed supervillain and his new wife navigating the waters of parenthood while trying to save the world. While Despicable Me 3 doesn’t aim as high as its two proper predecessors in the narrative or emotional departments, it’s still a lightweight bit of fun that the 3 to 8 demographic will lap up happily and adults will get a few hearty chuckles on the side.
Arriving this week on DVD and Blu-ray: the classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s debuts on Blu-ray starring Audrey Hepburn as the one-and-only Holly Golightly; Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph joke it up in the comedy, Bridesmaids; Disney’s animated classic, Dumbo, celebrates its 70th anniversary; plus reviews of Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal and Thor.
This week’s new releases on Blu-ray and DVD include: Paul, the tongue-in-cheek alien comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost; the animated Disney film, Mars Needs Moms; and the stoner comedy, Your Highness.
Opening at a theatre near you this weekend, Kristen Wiig stars in what could be the break-out comedy of the season, Bridesmaids; and Paul Bettany battles vampires in the disastrously reviewed action film, Priest.
Opening this weekend in theatres: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star in the sci-fi comedy, Paul; Bradley Cooper unleashes the power of his mind in Limitless; and Matthew McConaughey plays cat and mouse against his own client in The Lincoln Lawyer.
Opening this weekend in theatres, Adrien Brody gets his first big action role in the franchise sequel, Predators; and Steve Carell voices an evil villain who plans to steal the moon in Despicable Me.
Opening this week in theatres: Saturday Night Live tries for comedy gold again with Will Forte starring in MacGruber; and the fairytale gang returns for the 3-D finale in Shrek Forever After.