The Princess and the Frog
After a long wait, the Mouse House is back with another princess flick, following the young Tiana and the amphibian kiss that makes her a frog, rather than the frog prince human. In his review, Jeffrey M. Anderson pointed out the usual bits of troubling Disney themes and characterizations, but said regardless: "I have to say that I really enjoyed this film." If you've got a princess fan in the house -- Buy it on DVD or Blu-ray.

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The Fourth Kind
Another scary flick said to be based on true events, this one finds Milla Jovovich playing a psychotherapist whose patients relay some heavy evidence for alien abduction. Todd Gilchrist reviewed the film during Screamfest and wrote: "The Fourth Kind is itself a little bit like a UFO sighting: you're not quite sure what you saw when it was happening, and it was momentarily exciting to experience, but if you really think about it, it's pretty ridiculous, and especially disappointing in retrospect." Skip it on DVD and Blu-ray.

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon (on sale March 20th)
Twilight is back with installment number two, where the worst paper cut for all time inspires Edward to run away and Bella to get super-close to a certain Quileute werewolf. In his review, Gilchrist wrote: "Ultimately, to yours truly, The Twilight Saga: New Moon is a mediocre film, but for Twilight fans it should qualify as a triumph." Does it need said? Buy it on DVD or Blu-ray if you're a fan of the first and of Stephenie Meyer's series.

On the twentieth, Twilight in Forks: The Saga of the Real Town will hit the shelves as well. Stay tuned to Cinematical for a review later this week.

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