•1960s show was an early form of animation.
A classic TV series is the top DVD pick for March 10 releases.
The fact the characters were all connected to strings and wires didn’t stop this team from the World Space Patrol from taking care of the galaxy. The adventures were made even more exciting because the U.S. was involved in a space race at the time.
It’s great nostalgic fun.
The third film in the “Night at the Museum” series (and it seems like there have been far more than three) features the same mix of Ben Stiller’s frantic performance as security guard Larry Daley, mixed with the lunacy that comes when all of the exhibits come to life at night. The added material is a trip to England — but the new locale just results in the same jokes being presented by a few new characters.
There is nothing wrong with such familiarity. But also is nothing that right with it, either. It’s all a matter of how low you set your expectations.
The film and book title refer to the colorful tent that served as a sanctuary for women, including Dinah’s mother, Leah (Minnie Driver), and Rachel (Morena Baccarin), Leah’s sister, Jacob’s other wife and the mother of Joseph. It was within these canvas walls that the women could share their feelings, bring new lives into the world and act as a huge support system in a world ruled by men.
The offering is a well-made tale of love, faith, honor and respect.
Also new on DVD March 10