Inkheart (also Blu-ray). Inkheart is a good story that speaks to the power of the written word and wants to encourage the discovery of the secrets contained with the covers of countless books. It also speaks to the strong pull and need for family. Sadly, somewhere in the adaptation process direction was lost and the path went away from character and towards the plot. If all you want is a story, this is the movie for you. It is serviceable, fantasy-spiced adventure with a good supporting cast performance and a positive message in favor of reading (ironic, no?). If only the script took the next step, this could have been really special. That said, it is worth a rental; perhaps you will find it has a stronger pull for you.
Pink Panther 2 (also Blu-ray). The first movie was absolutely atrocious. It was so bad I felt I could safely skip the sequel, which looked equally bad. As much as I like some of the performers in the movie, I could not bring myself to put down the money for this. If you can't guess, I have not seen this, but thought I should mention it as I am sure there are interested parties who will want to know it is available. Beyond knowing that Steve Martin, Jean Reno, and John Cleese are in the cast, I could really care less about this movie.
Waltz with Bashir (also Blu-ray). Here is another movie I have not seen. The difference is that I want to see this one. It is a documentary about the 1982 invasion of Lebanon. What makes this different is that this is told in animated fashion. Aside from that, I have not read much about the film and look forward to checking it out.
Tom & Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection. Cartoons with this dynamic duo have never failed to entertain me. I remember watching them on Saturday mornings as I grew up, loving every moment. This collection centers on the Chuck Jones era of the 1940s and 1950s. Considering the legendary status of Jones, this collection should be well worth checking out.