Marking the first time that Walt Disney has been portrayed on film, Saving Mr. Banks is the true story of a two-week period in 1961 when author P.L. Travers was finally convinced by the filmmaker to let him acquire the screen rights to her beloved children's book Mary Poppins after he'd tirelessly pursed them for nearly two decades.
Zack Snyder’s latest action opus – which also happens to be the launching point for Warner Brothers’ new on-screen DC Universe -- has made its way to Blu-ray with a set worthy of the Man of Steel. It’s not the most comprehensive collection of special material (and indeed has some very odd inclusions) but the good isreally good.
Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has gone through hell and lived to tell the tale and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire quickly gets off on the right foot by firmly establishing just how affected she is by what she went through in the first film. Yes, Catching Fire becomes the second major franchise movie this year, after Iron Man 3, to have the main character suffering from PTSD – but who could argue with Katniss not being able to just move on, given what happened to her?
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