Kids

The Adventures of Mark Twain

“The Adventures of Mark Twain” was first released in 1985. 27 years later they have decided to re-release the movie in Blu-ray for both old and new audiences to enjoy. In the movie, Mark Twain (James Whitmore) decides to chase after Halley’s Comet on his airship for reason unknown.... Read more
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Pixar Short Films Collection 2

“Pixar Short Films Collection 2” is a collection of the Pixar short films usually shown before full length Pixar features. This collection is all 12 short films from the 2nd half of Pixar’s movie line up.... Read more
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Fred 3: Camp Fred

I’ll admit it, when Fred Figglehorn first arrived on the scene I thought the characters creator (Lucas Cruikshank) was a creative kid that did big things with very little- that being a voice effect, silly stories, and a heaping amount of charisma and flamboyance.... Read more
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Muppets Most Wanted

The Muppets are back in the globe-trotting, star-studded musical comedy adventure Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted,” available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Digital HD, DVD, Disney Movies Anywhere, and On-Demand August 12th, 2014, from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.... Read more
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The Adventures Of Scooter The Penguin

The Adventures of Scooter the Penguin is a movie that is made for preschoolers, possibly a bit further up the ladder. It’s poorly animated, has a story that is mostly generic, and has some eye-brow raising elements to it if you’re a parent.... Read more
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Mia And The Migoo

When Mia’s father, who is an immigrant worker employed far off, has an accident on the worksite, Mia awakens from a dream fearing the worst.... Read more
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Vampire Dog

What a dog of a film. ... Read more
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Pirates! Band Of Misfits (BLU-RAY 3D)

In Aardman’s The Pirates: Band of Misfits there are pirates and then there is Pirate Captain’s crew which consists of some crusty old deckhands, a woman dressed as a man, and a fish PC has popped a hat on.... Read more
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Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein

Call me corny but I love the old black and white’s with comedians like The Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, and Abbott and Costello.... Read more
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