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February 8, 2016 - Our coverage of this week's discs continues with a review of Sony's Blu-ray + Digital HD edition of Truth. This drama tells the story of Rathergate, the journalistic scandal befalling 60 Minutes II in the fall of 2004. Cate Blanchett stars as producer Mary Mapes, while Robert Redford portrays veteran newsman Dan Rather. The directorial debut of Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man screenwriter James Vanderbilt, this indie film also features Topher Grace, Elisabeth Moss, Dennis Quaid, and Stacy Keach. Sony's disc includes an audio commentary, deleted scenes, a cast & crew Q & A, and two making-of featurettes. Full review.
February 5, 2016 - Today's new Blu-ray review covers Grandma, the acclaimed Golden Globe-nominated comedy written and directed by Paul Weitz (About a Boy) about a lesbian poet (Lily Tomlin) trying to help her granddaughter (Julia Garner) raise money for a medical procedure. The R-rated indie also features Judy Greer, Marcia Gay Harden, and Sam Elliott. It hits disc on Tuesday from Sony with an audio commentary, making-of featurette, Q & A session, and trailer. Full review.
In theaters today is Hail, Caesar!, a new comedy written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen and set against a Hollywood movie studio in the 1950s. Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Channing Tatum, and Scarlett Johansson feature among the large ensemble cast, as a studio chief (Brolin) discovers the star (Clooney) of a big budget religious epic has been kidnapped for ransom. Full review.
February 4, 2016 - Today's review covers Love the Coopers, a comedy about a large Pittsburgh family getting together for Christmas. The ensemble film features John Goodman, Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin, Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Jake Lacy, Marisa Tomei, Anthony Mackie, Ed Helms, and June Squibb. Instead of waiting for next Christmas, Lionsgate brings it to stores next Tuesday in a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack that also includes three short making-of featurettes and a music video for Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' end credits song. Full review.
February 3, 2016 - Today's new review looks at Our Brand Is Crisis, which stars Sandra Bullock as an American political strategist sent to Bolivia to help a candidate win a presidential election. Co-starring Billy Bob Thornton, this R-rated dramedy was directed by David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) and adapted from the documentary of the same name by Peter Straughan (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy). Now available, Warner's Blu-ray includes the featurette "Sandra Bullock: A Role Like No Other" and Digital HD with UltraViolet. Full review.
February 2, 2016 - Our coverage of today's new releases continues with a review of Meadowland. Now on DVD, this independent drama stars Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson as a New York couple trying to cope after their young son vanishes at a gas station. Cinedigm's disc includes a making-of featurette and the trailer. Review.
February 1, 2016 - Today's review covers Bridge of Spies, Steven Spielberg's true Cold War drama about an American lawyer (Tom Hanks) assigned to defend a public enemy accused of being a Soviet spy (Mark Rylance) and then to choreograph a prisoner exchange. Nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, this acclaimed PG-13 film hits home video this week in a Disney/DreamWorks Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack that adds 45 minutes of making-of featurettes on Blu-ray. Full review.
January 31, 2016 - Our newest review looks at Brian Regan: Live from Radio City Music Hall, the upcoming DVD release of last fall's live hour-long Comedy Central special. In it, the longtime comedian jokes about party awkwardness, dance floor protocol, and hotel non-apologies. Our review.
January 30, 2016 - A new line is launched Tuesday with the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Walt Disney Signature Collection. Walt's trailblazing first animated feature is revisited in a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack that adds several new featurettes to an extensive assembly of HD pieces produced for its previous Blu-ray edition. Our complete review.
January 27, 2016 - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced a March 1 DVD and Blu-ray release date for Creed, director Ryan Coogler's acclaimed new entry to the Rocky saga. The $100-million grossing drama will be joined by deleted scenes and the featurettes "Becoming Adonis" and "Know the Past, Own the Future" on DVD and in a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack. Click here for cover art and preorders.
January 26, 2016 - Meet the Patels, a documentary that plays like a romantic comedy, follows first-generation Indian-American Ravi Patel as he searches for a wife at the urging of his traditional parents. Following warm reviews and good specialty box office numbers, this PG-rated film hit DVD this week from Alchemy. Our review.
January 25, 2016 - Our newest review looks at Burnt. This R-rated drama stars Bradley Cooper as Adam Jones, a talented chef with a short temper and a bad reputation. He tries to earn that elusive third Michelin star at a new London restaurant bearing his name and staffed by a number of past associates. Available tomorrow, the Weinstein/Anchor Bay Blu-ray + Digital HD release includes an audio commentary by director John Wells (August: Osage County) and executive chef consultant Marcus Wareing, deleted scenes with commentary, Q & A session highlights, and a making-of featurette. Full review.
January 22, 2016 - Expanding to 34 theaters today is Hungary's Holocaust drama Son of Saul, which has been perceived as the frontrunner for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar all season. From first-time director Lแszl๓ Nemes, this bleak tale follows one of Auschwitz's Sonderkommando (G้za R๖hrig) as he tries to secure a proper Jewish burial for an adolescent he claims is his son. Read our full film review.
Our newest Blu-ray review looks at The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Marielle Heller's critically acclaimed adaptation of Phoebe Glockner's autobiographical graphic novel. The UK's Bel Powley stars as Minnie Goetz, a 15-year-old experiencing a sexual awakening with the boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgๅrd) of her bohemian mother (Kristen Wiig). Now available, Sony's Blu-ray includes audio commentary, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, a Q & A session, and the trailer. Full review.
January 19, 2016 - Among today's new DVD and Blu-ray releases is The Intern, a comedy written and directed by Nancy Meyers (It's Complicated, The Holiday, Something's Gotta Give). Robert De Niro plays the titular character, a 70-year-old widower who brings his experience and old-fashioned chivalry to an online clothing business run by the high-strung Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway). After a formidable fall box office run, this PG-13 presentation hits stores in a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack with three making-of featurettes. Full review.
January 17, 2016 - The indie dramedy Learning to Drive stars Patricia Clarkson as a New York literary critic who takes driving lessons from a Sikh Indian (Ben Kingsley) after her husband of 21 years leaves her. This AARP-recognized, well-attended summer release hits DVD alone on Tuesday with a photo gallery. Our review.
January 16, 2016 - Straight Outta Compton details the origins and evolution of the influential rap group N.W.A, formed in 1986 by youths Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and Eazy-E. Directed by F. Gary Gray (The Italian Job), this blockbuster R-rated biopic hits Blu-ray next Tuesday in theatrical and extended cuts along with deleted scenes, a deleted song performance, director's audio commentary, and a host of making-of featurettes. Our full review of the Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack.
January 13, 2016 - Another 2015 straggler gets its day with our review of Max. This PG-rated family film tells the story of a PTSD-addled military dog who is adopted by the Texas family of his slain handler and becomes a critical part of unearthing a nefarious plot involving stolen weapons. From Remember the Titans director Boaz Yazkin, this drama is joined by two making-of featurettes on Blu-ray, one of which also makes it to the DVD of Warner's two-disc combo pack. Full review.
January 11, 2016 - Nowitzki: The Perfect Shot celebrates and biographizes perennial NBA All-Star Dirk Nowitzki, detailing his German upbringing, specialized training, and enduring success in professional basketball. Featuring interviews with teammates, family members, and coaches, this unrated 2015 documentary is on Blu-ray with an English language Nowitzki interview, the trailer, and more than a half-hour of deleted scenes. Full review.
January 10, 2016 - Our newest Blu-ray review looks at Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. The R-rated horror comedy from director Christopher Landon (the Paranormal Activity series) pits three teenaged boy scouts against a zombie outbreak on the night of their camping trip. Tye Sheridan (Mud), David Koechner (Anchorman), and Cloris Leachman appear in this box office underperformer, which is joined by two deleted scenes and additional 45 minutes of making-of material in Paramount's now-available Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack. Full review.
January 8, 2016 - The indie romantic comedy Sleeping with Other People hit DVD this week from Paramount. The R-rated film from Bachelorette writer-director Leslye Headland stars Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie as commitment-phobic New Yorkers who are close friends, but avoid being in a relationship. The DVD includes a code for Digital HD with UltraViolet. Our review.
After two weeks in four theaters, The Revenant expands today to well over 3,000 venues worldwide. Alejandro G. I๑แrritu's follow-up to his Oscar-winning Birdman, this fact-inspired survival and revenge tale follows a fur trapper (Leonardo DiCaprio) left for a dead following a bear mauling in the brutal 1820s Wyoming winter. Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, and Will Poulter co-star in this epic, scenic drama expected to compete for numerous major Academy Awards. Our review.
January 7, 2016 - Our latest look at this week's new releases covers Sicario, an intense drama about an interdepartmental task force on combatting the drug cartels along the US-Mexican border from Prisoners and Incendies director Denis Villeneuve. Emily Blunt stars as an FBI agent who volunteers for the force and finds a world she never expected. Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin co-star in this acclaimed film, which is joined by four making-of featurettes on Lionsgate's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack. Full review.
January 5, 2016 - Our coverage of today's new releases continues with a review of The Walk. Based on the remarkable true story of Man on Wire, this light-hearted drama from Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as France's Philippe Petit, who in 1974 commences a plan to walk a tightrope strung between the tops of the Twin Towers. Charlotte Le Bon and Ben Kingsley co-star in this critically acclaimed box office underperfomer, which is joined by deleted scenes and making-of featurettes here. Full review.
January 3, 2016 - Captive dramatizes the true story of Brian Nichols' 2005 Atlanta courthouse escape and murders, a spree that leads him to the apartment of recovering drug addict Ashley Smith, who persuaded him to turn himself in. Starring Selma's David Oyelowo as Nichols and Kate Mara as Smith, on whose book the screenplay is based. Available Tuesday, Paramount's DVD + Digital HD edition includes two featurettes running over 30 minutes combined. Our full review.
January 1, 2016 - Our first Blu-ray review of 2016 looks at Bone Tomahawk, a western written and directed by S. Craig Zahler. Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, and Richard Jenkins go looking for Wilson's abducted wife in 1890s Indian country. Now available, RLJ Entertainment's Blu-ray includes a deleted scene, a poster gallery, a making-of featurette, the trailer, and a Director and Cast Q & A session from Fantastic Fest. Full review.
December 31, 2015 - Now on Blu-ray, the action movie Heist sees a desperate father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and a co-worker (Dave Bautista) robbing the casino that employs them and taking off on a hijacked bus. Robert De Niro, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Morris Chestnut, and Gina Carano co-star in this limited theatrical release from The Tournament director Scott Mann. Lionsgate's Blu-ray + Digital HD includes audio commentary, deleted/extended scenes, a making-of featurette, cast/crew interviews and the trailer. Full review.
December 30, 2015 - Now in theaters, Anomalisa follows an LA-based customer service authority to Cincinnati, where he is to deliver a convention keynote speech. Written and co-directed by Academy Award winner Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Adaptation.), this R-rated stop-motion animated romantic dramedy opens in four theaters to some of 2015's best reviews. Here's ours.
December 27, 2015 - Our newest review covers the swift Blu-ray combo pack of Pan, Warner Bros. Pictures' underperforming reimagining of J.M. Barrie's fantasy tale. Levi Miller plays the lead role of Peter, an orphan whisked away from sadistic nuns by pirates, led by the fearsome Blackbeard (Hugh Jackman). Imprisoned, Peter befriends a young, dashing James Hook (Garrett Hedlund) and the Princess Tiger Lily (Rooney Mara). Now available, Warner's combo pack includes an audio commentary by director Joe Wright and a handful of making-of featurettes. Full review.
December 26, 2015 - As 2015 winds down, we take another look at one of the year's most entertaining films, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Tom Cruise and company return for another action film chockfull of exciting stunts and set pieces. After the Impossible Missions Force is ridiculed and dissolved, its members have to reassemble to prove there is really an evil network called The Syndicate. Now available, Paramount's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack includes an audio commentary by Cruise and writer-director Christopher McQuarrie plus 50 minutes of making-of featurettes.
December 25, 2015 - Christmas Day always brings a flux of new movies to theaters and this one's no different. We've got reviews of five of today's new openers.
Concussion stars Will Smith as Bennet Omalu, the Nigerian doctor who found a link between trauma and brain damage in former NFL players. Adapted from a GQ article by writer-director Peter Landesman, this PG-13 true drama co-stars Albert Brooks, Alec Baldwin, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Full review.
The stars of The Other Guys reunite in Daddy's Home, which pits new stepfather Brad (Will Ferrell) against the kids' tough biological father (Mark Wahlberg). Linda Cardellini, Thomas Haden Church, and Hannibal Buress also appear in this PG-13 comedy from the duo behind We're the Millers and Hot Tub Time Machine. Full review.
Quentin Tarantino serves up more blood and guts in The Hateful Eight, a violent western set in a Wyoming snowstorm years after the Civil War. In it, eight strangers wait out a blizzard in Minnie's Haberdashery, where nothing is what it seems. Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Walton Goggins, Tim Roth, Bruce Dern, Michael Madsen, and Jennifer Jason Leigh form the ensemble of this three-hour Ultra Panavision 70 production, whose intermission-including Roadshow cut opens today in limited venues before expanding wide. Full review.
Joy, the newest film from writer-director David O. Russell (The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle) stars Jennifer Lawrence as a mother of two who invents and tries to market a revolutionary mop. Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, ษdgar Ramํrez, and Diane Ladd also play members of the heroine's large family in this double Golden Globe nominee opening wide today. Full review.
Finally, debuting today in just four locations is The Revenant, Alejandro G. I๑แrritu's follow-up to his Oscar-winning Birdman. Based on a true story, this epic western tells of a fur trapper (Leonardo DiCaprio) left for dead after a bear mauling who fights for survival and then vengeance. Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, and Will Poulter co-star in this picturesque R-rated thriller based in part on Michael Punke's 2002 novel. Look out, Oscars! Full review.
December 22, 2015 - The makers of Courageous and Fireproof serve up another Christian domestic drama in War Room, a film about an African American couple who turn to prayer to save their marriage. Available today, Sony's Blu-ray includes audio commentary, deleted scenes, bloopers, and a music video for Steven Curtis Chapman's end credits song "Warrior." Don't miss our full review.
December 19, 2015 - No Escape stars Owen Wilson as an American engineer who relocates his wife (Lake Bell) and kids to a Fourth World country in Southeast Asia, only to be caught in the middle of a deadly revolution. Pierce Brosnan co-stars in this R-rated action movie from the Dawdle brothers (Quarantine). Now available, the Weinstein/Anchor Bay combo pack includes audio commentary, two deleted scenes, and making-of shorts. Full review.
December 16, 2015 - Foreseen as an Oscar contender but ending up a Lifetime premiere, the biopic Grace of Monaco stars Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly in the "greatest role" of her life: princess of Monaco. This drama from La Vie en Rose director Olivier Dahan focuses on Kelly's privately challenging years following her departure from Hollywood and new life in politics. Now available, Weinstein/Anchor Bay's DVD is entirely devoid of bonus features. Full review.
December 15, 2015 - Ant-Man keeps Marvel Studios' winning streak alive while introducing the franchise's first new solo film superhero in years. Paul Rudd stars as ex-con Scott Lang, a burglar who suddenly finds himself in possession of a suit that shrinks him down and powers him up. Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll, and Michael Pe๑a co-star in this entertaining adventure that is co-conceived by Hot Fuzz's Edgar Wright, co-adapted by Rudd and Anchorman's Adam McKay, and directed by The Break Up's Peyton Reed. Now available, the Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital HD release includes auddio commentary by Rudd and Reed, deleted and extended scenes, making-of featurettes, a gag reel, and some fun faux news character interviews. Full review.
December 12, 2015 - Our latest Blu-ray review looks at Goodnight Mommy, Austria's official submission for the 2015 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. This horror film tells the story of young twin brothers who suspect their mother has been replaced as a reason for her erratic behavior. This disturbing R-rated tale is joined by a German conversation between the writers-directors. Full review.
December 11, 2015 - Opening in theaters today nine months after it was scheduled to is In the Heart of the Sea, an adventure about the real whaling boat shipwreck that supposedly inspired Herman Melville's Moby Dick. As the heroic first mate of the ship Essex, Thor's Chris Hemsworth leads a cast that includes Cillian Murphy, Tom Holland, Brendan Gleeson, and Ben Whishaw. Ron Howard directs from a screenplay by Blood Diamond's Charles Leavitt, who shares story credit with hit-making Jurassic World and Planet of the Apes reboot scribes Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. Naturally, you can see it in IMAX 3D. Film review.
Beginning a gradual theatrical rollout today is The Big Short, a film about the 2008 financial crisis and those who saw it coming. Adapted from the book by Michael Lewis (Moneyball, The Blind Side), this R-rated film from writer-director Adam McKay (Anchorman, Step Brothers) has a sense of humor while taking its subject seriously. A-listers Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Brad Pitt are among the large, predominantly male cast this week nominated for the Screen Actors Guild's top ensemble prize. Yesterday, it was nominated for four Golden Globes including Best Picture (Comedy or Musical). Our film review.
Recent Film Reviews:
The Good Dinosaur - Emerging from a troubled production that bred delays and layoffs, Pixar Animation Studios' second feature film of 2015 tells the story of a timid dinosaur and a young feral human boy taking a journey together in an alternate universe where dinosaurs did not go extinct. Directed by Peter Sohn (Partly Cloudy) and written by Inside Out's Meg LeFauve and others, this picturesque 3D production opens in 3,600 reviews to gently favorable reviews far below the studio's high standard.
Creed - In the seventh film in Sylvester Stallone's Rocky series, Rocky takes a supporting role, as we focus on Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan), the illegitimate son of late heavyweight champ Apollo Creed. The young man with greatness in his genes convinces old Rocky to train him. Fruitvale Station's Ryan Coogler directed and co-wrote this well-reviewed PG-13 drama, which co-stars Tessa Thompson.
Victor Frankenstein - Fox's repeatedly delayed new take on Mary Shelley's classic horror story stars James McAvoy plays the titular scientist, who is obsessed with trying to create life from death. Daniel Radcliffe is Igor, a circus clown turned assistant with some moral objections to Frankenstein's experimentations. Paul McGuigan (Lucky Number Slevin) directs from a script by Max Landis (Chronicle).
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 - The fourth and final installment in the sci-fi franchise adapted from Suzanne Collins' best-selling YA novels sees Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) leading a self-appointed mission to assassinate President Snow, a task that puts her group in danger amidst the booby-trapped Capitol.
Secret in Their Eyes - This American remake of 2010's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar winner from Argentina stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as a former FBI agent pursuing justice for 13 years regarding the murder of the teenaged daughter of his partner (Julia Roberts). Nicole Kidman and Dean Norris co-star in this PG-13 mystery adapted and directed by Billy Ray (Captain Phillips, The Hunger Games).
Brooklyn - The easy to love tale of a young Irish woman (Saoirse Ronan) who emigrates to the titular New York borough in 1952 and falls in love, while missing home. Emory Cohen, Domnhall Gleeson, Julie Walters, and Jim Broadbent also feature in this definite Oscar contender.
Trumbo - An enjoyable but not transcendent film about Dalton Trumbo, a blacklisted Communist screenwriter who continued to write under pseudonyms and won/didn't win Oscars doing so. Bryan Cranston fills the title role, surrounded by a host of talented individuals including Helen Mirren, John Goodman, Diane Lane, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Louis C.K. Jay Roach (Meet the Parents) directs this lighthearted biopic the Golden Globes has classified as a drama.
Spotlight - True drama that has emerged as a serious contender in the year's Oscar race. Directed and co-written by Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor, Win Win), the film dramatizes The Boston Globe's four-journalist investigative team's Pulitzer Prize-winning expos้ of rampant sex abuse and cover-up within the archdiocese's Catholic church. The dynamite ensemble cast includes Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Brian d'Arcy James, John Slattery, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci, and Billy Crudup.
Recent Blu-ray and DVD Reviews:
Walt Before Mickey - Biopic tells the story of Walt Disney's start in Hollywood. Thomas Ian Nicholas plays Walt and Jon Heder is his older brother and company co-founder Roy. This PG-rated, low-budget drama supposedly hits DVD this week on what would have been Walt's 114th birthday.
Toy Story That Time Forgot (Blu-ray + Digital HD) - Pixar's not so Christmassy 2014 ABC special sends Woody, Buzz, Trixie, and Rex into the world of Battlesaurs, prehistoric dinosaur warriors, when Bonnie takes them on a post-Christmas playdate. Now available, the Blu-ray + Digital HD includes a Reptillus Maximus karaoke and sing-along, making-of featurettes, audio commentary, and deleted scenes with intros.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - Guy Ritchie's underperforming spy action flick adapts the 1960s TV series of the same name. Man of Steel's Henry Cavill, The Lone Ranger's Armie Hammer, and Ex Machina's Alicia Vikander play three strangers who come together to try to thwart opposing forces from developing nuclear weapons. Now available, Warner's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack includes a number of making-of featurettes.
Jim Henson's Turkey Hollow - A new Thanksgiving tale based on an idea the Muppets creator and his collaborator Jerry Juhl came up with in 1968, this Lifetime TV movie sends a divorced dad and his two kids to the "Turkey Capital of the Pacific Northwest" to spend Thanksgiving with eccentric Aunt Cly (Mary Steenburgen) and some musical monsters of the forest.
Before We Go (Blu-ray) - Low-budget indie directed by Chris Evans stars him as a New York City trumpet player who helps a young woman (Alice Eve) who has missed the final train of the night try to get home to Boston. Anchor Bay's Blu-ray includes a short interview with Evans on this RADiUS-TWC release.
Terminator Genisys (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - Part remake, part sequel, part reboot, this PG-13 fifth installment in the sci-fi action franchise sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to save Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke), who has a familiar guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger). Jason Clarke plays John Connor, the leader of the resistance. Paramount's three-disc set includes three making-of featurettes and the most dynamic soundtrack you've ever heard.
Pay the Ghost (Blu-ray) - Unrated supernatural thriller stars Nicolas Cage as a college professor whose 7-year-old son disappears without a trace on Halloween, prompting Dad and his estranged wife (Sarah Wayne Callies) to search for him.
Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - A stop-motion animated television special adapted from the hit 2003 Will Ferrell comedy and the 2010 Broadway musical inspired by it. Jim Parsons voices the title character: a human raised as elf instructed to find his biological father in New York City and get him off the Naughty List. Warner's combo pack includes a short making-of featurette.
Inside Out (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - One of the year's top films by box office gross and critical acclaim, this imaginative Pixar comedy takes us inside the mind of a pre-teen girl and shows us the five emotions who are calling the shots. The three-disc set includes the theatrical short Lava, the new short Riley's First Date?, an audio commentary, deleted scenes, and a host of making-of featurettes.
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