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THE MEG [4K UHD] (2018): "A moderate box office success, The Meg attempts to update the killer shark movie for the 21st century, but it seems inconsistent and not especially interesting. Though it boasts improved sharpness and colors, the 4K UHD boosts white levels too high, a factor that makes it occasionally problematic." Starring Jason Statham, Li Bingbing. Warner, $44.95, 11/13/2018.
RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II [4K UHD] (1985): "Rambo: First Blood Part II helps define the 80s, but that doesn’t actually make it a good movie. The 4K UHD brings pretty good visuals that fare better than any prior release. Starring Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna. Lionsgate, $22.99, 11/13/2018.
KIN [BLU-RAY] (2018): "Though it promises ample sci-fi oriented excitement, Kin instead focuses on family drama. This becomes a mistake, as the movie limps along with its turgid stabs at a character effort." Starring Myles Truitt, Jack Reynor. Lionsgate, $24.99, 11/20/2018.
YOGI BEAR [BLU-RAY 3D] (2010): "As family entertainment goes, Yogi Bear seems respectable, as it throws out enough comedy to make it better than expected. The 3D version brings a lively, dynamic impression that makes the movie better." Starring Dan Aykroyd, Justin Timberlake. Warner, $35.99, 3/22/2011.
BLINDSPOTTING [BLU-RAY] (2018): "Often involving and entertaining, Blindspotting stands as a very watchable effort. However, it lacks focus and bites off more than it can chew." Starring Daveed Diggs, Rafael Casal. Lionsgate, $24.99, 11/20/2018.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN [BLU-RAY] (2018): "An unusual extension of the Winnie the Pooh universe, Christopher Robin suffers from too many flaws to become a total winner. However, the movie’s sense of warmth and wit allow it to go down easily and turn into an engaging fable." Starring Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell. Disney, $39.99, 11/6/2018.
FINDING NEVERLAND [BLU-RAY] (2004): "Although Finding Neverland occasionally fires on most cylinders, it falters too much of the time to become a generally fulfilling film. Honestly, parts of it go into TV movie territory due to various obstacles that occur. The ending works, but the rest of it stutters." Starring Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet. Miramax, $9.99, 3/20/2007.
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