Family Videos / DVDs
How to Eat Fried Worms Image Gallery
Images from the family comedy movie How to Eat Fried Worms.
"The Incredibles" DVD
"The Incredibles" is available on DVD as two separate products, one with the feature film in widescreen, the other with the movie in full-screen. However, the bonus materials and special features of the two products are identical. Find out more about "The Incredibles" DVD.
"Beauty and the Beast" DVD
Although this enchanting animated musical is aimed at kids, I expect that most adults will also enjoy it thoroughly.
"Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" DVD Review
Read my DVD review of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone."
"Monsters, Inc." DVD
Here's a movie the entire family can enjoy together. Read a review of "Monsters, Inc." on DVD.
About Home Video "Shrek" DVD Review
Read my DVD review of "Shrek," an unusually hilarious, smart, and thought-provoking film.
About Home Video "Spirited Away" DVD Review
I think that both kids and their parents will enjoy watching this movie. "Spirited Away" is a masterpiece of animation and an unusual one. Read a review of "Spirited Away" on DVD.
About Home Video "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"DVD Review
In 1937 Walt Disney created the first feature-length animated film in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," and this enchanting family film has remained popular ever since. Read my review of the two-disc Platinum Edition DVD version of this movie.
About Home Video "The Rookie" DVD Review
I was surprised how much this film about a Texas high school baseball coach moved me. Although schmaltzy at times, this was one of the best family-oriented movies I've seen in a many years. Read my review of this movie on DVD.
About Home Video "Whale Rider" DVD Review
Read my review of "Whale Rider" on DVD.
This site covers movies in theatres and on video/DVD. They provide more of an in-depth look into a movie's content that you can get from simply looking at a film's MPAA rating.
Reasons for Movie Ratings
From the Classification and Rating Administration (CARA), this is a database covering movies rated since 1968. You can look up a movies MPAA rating and the specific reasons it was given that rating.