From left to right, Ben Foster, Emile Hirsch and Mark Wahlberg play US Navy SEALs in “Lone Survivor.”
This week’s home video releases include a remake of “RoboCop,” a film about the life of Jesus Christ and a fantastic military drama.
Gabriella Wilde, left, and Alex Pettyfer star in “Endless Love,” a remake of director Franco Zeffirelli’s 1981 romance.
It’s another slow week for home video, as the only major theatrical release moving to the small screen is a love story featuring Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde.
A number of high-profile theatrical releases are moving to the small-screen this week, and they range from a supernatural romance to a military drama.
Joaquin Phoenix falls in love with his computer operating system in “Her.”
This week’s home video releases offer a new take on Frankenstein’s monster, a sex comedy featuring several young stars, and an offbeat dramedy about romance and technology.
Kristen Bell plays the title character in “Veronica Mars,” a big-screen continuation of the television show.
It’s a relatively slow week for home video, but fans of the television series “Veronica Mars” have plenty to cheer about.
Kate Winslet, left, and Josh Brolin star in “Labor Day,” a romantic drama from writer-director Jason Reitman.
This week’s home video releases reach into multiple genres, including horror, action and romance.
Evan Rachel Wood, left, and Scott Speedman star in the offbeat romance “Barefoot.”
It is an extremely slow week for home video, as no major theatrical releases made the transition to the small screen.