NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB
Stars: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dan Stevens, Rebel Wilson, Owen Wilson
Plot: Larry and his museum friends must travel to London to find out why their magic is coming to an end
Clint Says: Buy this DVD soon, your whole family will love it
It's surprising that this franchise is now releasing its third film and all three of them are great movies. One would expect there to be a dud in the bunch by now, but not in this case.
The effects are fun, the jokes are funny and the story will keep audiences of all ages engaged and entertained. (It may be a bit too intense for the under-five crowd, but everyone else will be fine).
Even though it is set, mostly, in London, we really don't get to see their culture. As with the other films, most of the movie takes place inside the museum. So if you're going to see London you'll be disappointed.
For those of you that were fans of the three old night security guys from the first film, you will be happy to know that they return in this one and they are just as funny as ever.
This is the last on-screen performance by Robin Williams and Mickey Rooney, which is sad, but it's a wonderful film in which to see them off.
THE SOUND OF MUSIC 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Stars: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
Plot: A woman helps to raise the children of a strict Naval Officer during World War II.
Clint Says: Buy this DVD today and share it with a new generation
Do I really need to review this film for you? Of course not! It's a timeless, 5-time Oscar winner that everyone will love to see again.
The 5-Disc collection includes commentary, documentaries, sing-alongs, screen tests, behind the scene footage and much more.
And, Julie Andrews.
THE JOHN HUGHES YEARBOOK COLLECTION
Stars: Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Emilio Estevez
Plot: This is a collection of THE BREAKFAST CLUB, SIXTEEN CANDLES, and WEIRD SCIENCE
Trailers: THE BREAKFAST CLUB, SIXTEEN CANDLES, WEIRD SCIENCE
Clint Says: Buy this DVD now and relive the 80's tonight. If you are too young for that, watch these DVDs to find out why your parents are so weird
This is another set of classic films that need no review. John Hughes was the master of 80's movies and these are three of his best works.
The DVDs include commentaries, vignettes, trivia and more.