PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Our pre-Christmas video review is something of a mixed bag.
Despicable Me (above) comes to us as an animated comedy about a villain whose life is altered by a trio of orphans. The voices of Steve Carrell, Russell Brand, and Julie Andrews are featured. (Read Bill Wine’s review of Despicable Me)READ MORE: Garnet Valley Schools Superintendent Worries New Federal COVID-19 Testing Effort Could Disrupt Supplies
Cyrus, starring John Reilly and Marisa Tomei, deals with a mother’s new boyfriend and her son struggling for her affections.
From 1985 there’s Trouble In Mind, in its debut on DVD, with Kris Kristofferson and Genevieve Bujold.READ MORE: Islanders Hand Flyers 8th Straight Loss
Then there’s a popular and somewhat frightening documentary titled Gasland, dealing with the perils of natural gas drilling sweeping sections the country. It created quite a stir last June on HBO.
Comedian-actor Robert Klein is out with his ninth HBO special. This one is titled, “Unfair & Unbalanced.”
And, if you’re in the market for a giant collection of 20th Century Fox features going back to 1933, you can order a hefty package of 76 disks of the studio’s major productions reissued for the studio’s recent anniversary.MORE NEWS: 'This Turnout Is Amazing': Haddonfield Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Reported by Bob Nelson, KYW Newsradio 1060.