Lily Collins stars in the supernatural romance “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.”
This week’s home video releases feature the return of the Smurfs and a big-budget superhero drama.
From left to right, Mary-Louise Parker, Bruce Willis and John Malkovich star in the action-comedy “RED 2.”
This week’s home video releases are anchored by a biopic about one of the most innovative businessmen of our time and a sequel to the action film “RED.”
Jennifer Aniston, left, and Jason Sudeikis star in the comedy “We’re the Millers.”
This week’s home video releases cover a lot of territory, and they range from an animated Disney film to an R-rated comedy.
Henry Cavill plays the title character in “Man of Steel,” director Zack Snyder’s new cinematic look at the comic book hero Superman.
A clever animated film, a quirky drama and a big-budget superhero movie anchor this week’s home video releases.
Channing Tatum, left, and Jamie Foxx star in the action-adventure film “White House Down.”
This week’s home video releases include the first season of a high-profile television drama, a comedy sequel from Adam Sandler and one of the most entertaining action films of the summer.
“Monster’s University” goes back in time to give viewers a look at favorite Pixar characters during their college days.
This week’s home video releases are anchored by a science-fiction spectacle starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds and a high-profile animated film by Pixar.
In “The Internship,” Owen Wilson, left, and Vince Vaughn play middle-aged guys gunning for a job at Google.
Three solid films – each distinctly different from the next – make this a particularly good week for home video.