Happiness is back! Everybody is watching Friends because it is funny and a classic. It’s the perfect show to watch when you are bored and have nothing to watch. Bad Day? Rainy Day? Break out Friends and it is sure to cheer you up. You can’t help but laugh at each episode. Feed her Friends addiction with the complete series on DVD. Every episode!
There is a reason that the Office is such a beloved series! Who know that watching other people’s boring 9-5 lives would be so fun? Now you can get all 9 seasons on DVD with the complete series. In addition to all 201 episodes, there is a lot of bonus material including commentary and deleted scenes.
Created by one of the same writers as The Office, Parks & Recreation was an incredible sitcom that had 7 seasons airing between 2008 and 2015. They both sport the same mokumentary format. The show centered on Leslie Knope and her boss, Ron Swason. With great characters, Parks & Rec had characters that you would want to meet in real life. This set includes all 7 seasons along with gag reels, deleted scenes, and more.
Harry Potter is the story of an ordinary boy who discovers he is extraordinary when he learns that he is a wizard. If she has never watched the all the movies in the Harry Potter series, this boxed set is the best way for her to catch up on this magical tale.
Spread across 4 movies, the Hunger Games is told through the eyes of Katniss Everdeen. Every year, two teenagers are selected and put in an arena where they must battle for their survival. Typical stuff for a teenager, right? This set includes the entire trilogy.
My Hero Academia is the most popular anime show right now. If you don’t understand the hype behind My Hero Academia, you have to watch it. Chances are that you will become hooked like everybody else. It’s not just another tired superhero story. Izuku Midoriya may be one of our favorite protagonists ever. He is just a regular kid that becomes a powerful superhero when he gains he power from another hero and has to go through intense training to hone in his powers.
It’s hard to believe that the original Toy Story was released over 20 years ago. Toy Story is our favorite animated series of all time. Before you watch Toy Story 4, now you can catch up with the 3 other movies in the series. Surprisingly, all 3 movies are just as entertaining as when they were first releases. All the movies have the bonus features so you won’t miss a thing. It’s nice to have them all in one box.
Our Christmas list wouldn’t be complete without Home Alone. Kevin and his family are all set to take a Holiday vacation to Paris. The night before Kevin wishes his family would just disappear. Kevin soon learns that you must be careful what you wish for. When Kevin’s family accidentally leaves him behind, he must protect his house from two bumbling burglars. The classic can be watched over and over.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is a Christmas classic. With a ton of slapstick comedy, this movie is beyond stupid. The Griswalds are preparing for the best Christmas ever, but everything goes wrong. Instead of going on vacation, the Griswalds are spending Christmas at home with the entire family. Expect a lot of sexual references and coarse language. If you are spending Christmas with the Griswalds be prepared for a lot of dysfunction.
Polar Express tells the story of a young boy riding a magical train to the North Pole on a quest to find out if Santa is real. Even today, Polar Express is one of the most beautiful animated films. Using digital capture, the life-like imagery takes you away to an imaginary land to follow the boy’s unforgettable journey of self discovery. It’s a timeless story that is perfect to watch with the whole family around the holidays.
Will Ferrell plays an overgrown child named Buddy in this Christmas classic. Throughout his whole life, Buddy has been raised as an elf in the North Pole. The only thing he knows about are about are candy canes. He begins to realize he is a different. In search of his true identity, he leaves the North Pole, moving to New York. Will he be able to survive with the humans as an elf?
“You’ll poke your eye out.” It’s hard to believe that “A Christmas Story” has been released over 30 years ago. Today, it has become a Christmas classic. At one time or another, we have all wanted something for Christmas. In “A Christmas Story” Ralphie only wants one thing for Christmas, a Red Rider Air Rifle. He’ll have to convince everybody including Santa Clause that it’s suitable for a 9 year old boy. Because we all lived the life of Ralphie, it’s a movie that everybody can relate to. Surprisingly, the movie does contain a fair amount of swearing.
MARVEL-ous! Avengers: Endgame brings several storylines to a fantastic conclusion, satifying Avengers’ fans. It takes place after the first movie after Thanos completely devastaed the world with the sanp of his finger. While the first act is slow and the second act is packed with action, the final act is pure awesomeness. While the pacing and cohesiveness of the film is as not as good as Infinity War, Endgame is more emotionally satisfying and takes more risks.
Based on a 1868 novel, Little Women is the story of 4 sisters during the Civil War. The original story was told in two parts focusing on their childhood and adult lives. While the story is set at time when women had limited roles, each of the sisters has different dreams and aspirations. Everything from the costumes to the sets takes you back to the Civil War era. With themes of independence, dreams, and sisterhood, Little Women has plenty of heart.
Looking for a Rom-Com? Who knew Lady Gaga was such a great actress? Based on the 1970s movie, A Star Is Born is a dramatic love story starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Much of the movie centered on the great chemistry between the lead roles as Jackson Maine(Cooper) falls head over heels for Ally (Gaga). Just when Ally has given up on her dreams of becoming and artist, Jack convinces her to keep going. As Ally rises, their relationship is tested.
Gary Sinese, Shania Twain, and KJ Apa of Riverdale stars in this true story based on the Jeremy Camp, a Grammy award-winning Christian musical artist. Jeremy Camp is on top of the world, but his hope and faith will soon be tested when his wife falls terminally ill.
Many people are comparing the Covid-19 pandemic to a Stephen King book called The Stand. In The Stand, a deadly virus known as the Super Flu swept across the globe. Everybody who isn’t immune dies and the people left must rebuild. It’s amazing how closely the plotline mirrors real life. Due to the real life pandemic, many fans want to revisit this mini series.
Jump “Into the Unknown” with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf in Frozen 2. Elsa explores where her powers originated in this darker sequel. Disney has topped itself again. This time around Disney has gone all out to create one of the most beautiful animated pictures that make the first movie look very dated.
Sonic fans will want to check out Sonic the Hedgehog. Fans won’t be disappointed by Sonic’s portrayal. It’s by no means a great movie, but it’s as good as a Sonic movie can get. While there aren’t a whole lot of surprises, it’s enjoyable along the way. The new character design overhaul was definitely worth it. This doesn’t feel like a cash grab — they really took care in crafting something that’s entertaining for fans. Jim Carrey has a lot of fun in his role as Dr. Robotnik. If you’re not already a Sonic fan, you’re probably not going to like this movie. Although it’s full of cliches and tropes, it’s going to please most Sonic fans. Quite frankly, it’s better than most video game movies.
Rise of the Skywalker is a bit of a mixed bag. With that said, it’s not a movie we hate and it’s not as bad as some people say. The biggest complaint is that the story is a bit messy with a convoluted, boring opening act. There’s a lot of explaining and catch-up. They managed to get Leia into this conclusion without botching it. It’s a beautiful movie with exciting action scenes. But even though it’s visually appealing, it seems to be lacking something emotionally. Kylo Ren is explored deeply in this film, which is satisfying. There are aspects hardcore fans will like and dislike. The characters are handled well, there are fun action sequences, but as a trilogy it doesn’t feel as a cohesive whole.