How to Train Your Dragon
This animated adventure proves “Pixar isn’t the only studio” capable of delivering smart, “visually stunning” entertainment, said The Washington Post. DreamWorks’ story about a young Viking who befriends a dragon arrives on DVD paired with a drawing tutorial and a new animated short.
Humphrey Bogart: The Essential Collection
This 24-film set captures the complete run of one of cinema’s most “resonant figures,” said The New York Times. It picks up Bogart’s career at the very moment he became “Bogie”—the “wincing, fading idealist” of The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep.
The Thin Red Line
Terrence Malick’s often-brutal 1998 combat film, starring Jim Caviezel and Billy Bob Thornton, nails the many ways that war defines us, said the A.V. Club. Voice-overs bring us into the characters’ heads, and the beauty of the film makes even their most airy observations “ring true.”