CATEGORIES Movie NewsMoviefone's New Release Pick of the Week "Hotel Transylvania" What's It About? Dracula has to shield his teenage daughter from the most terrifying creature he's ever faced: a potential boyfriend. Adam Sandler and his pals (Kevin James, Steve Buscemi) voice classic movie monsters like Frankenstein's Monster, the Wolfman and the Mummy. See It Because: Adam Sandler leaves a lot to be desired (A LOT), but the "SNL" vet is reined in on a genuinely enjoyable sweet family cartoon. The movie is filled with plenty of punny humor, classic monster references and "Looney Tunes"-level slapstick.
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Moviefone's Blu-ray Pick of the Week "Die Hard: 25th Anniversary Collection" What's It About? Come out to the coast, get together, have a few laughs. See It Because: Even if it means having to own "Live Free or Die Hard," it's still worth it to get the first three fantastic adventures of John McClane in one box set, complete with the all new special features collection: "Decoding Die Hard."
New on DVD & Blu-ray "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" What's It About? Warner Bros. can't seem to make a great live action superhero movie that doesn't involve Chris Nolan; meanwhile, the animation department is quietly chugging along with great adaptations of classic comic book adventures. See It or Skip It: See it.
"The Cold Light of Day" What's It About? Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver and Henry Cavill (Superman in "Man of Steel") star in an action movie you've never heard about -- for a good reason. See It or Skip It: Skip it.
"Hello, I Must Be Going" What's It About? Melanie Lynskey, who is a much better actress than her character of Rose on "Two and a Half Men" allows her to be, stars as a bottomed-out recent divorcee who begins a steamy fling with a 19-year-old family friend; the plot isn't as good as it should be, but it looks pretty and is filled with great performances. See It or Skip It: See it.
"Paranormal Activity 4" What's It About? Some doors slam shut, some curtains blow on their own ... that's about it. They're going to keep milking this for as long as possible. See It or Skip It: Skip it.
"Seven Psychopaths" What's It About? If you liked "In Bruges," then you'll like this darkly comedic crime caper that reteams writer/director Martin McDonagh and Colin Farrell, and brings along Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken along for the ride. See It or Skip It: See it.
New to Blu-ray "The Duelists"