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.
The fighting machines Gipsy Danger, front, and Striker Eureka prepare for combat in the science-fiction adventure “Pacific Rim.”
This week’s major home video releases include a buddy-cop drama with Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock and a science-fiction spectacle directed by Guillermo del Toro.
Will Smith, left, and his son, Jaden Smith, star in the science-fiction adventure “After Earth.”
It’s a busy week for home video with new releases ranging from an intimate Shakespeare adaptation to a new “Hangover” sequel.
The comedy “This is the End” features a star-studded cast including, from left to right, James Franco, Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel.
This week’s major home video releases include an apocalyptic comedy, a thriller starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack and an animated film about cavemen.
Robert Downey Jr. reprises the role of Tony Stark in the superhero drama “Iron Man 3.”
This week, “Iron Man 3” is the only major theatrical release making its way to the small screen because most other studios decided to bow to its blockbuster might.