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Video Verdict: Reviews of ‘Non-Stop,’ ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ and ‘True Detective’

In “Non-Stop,” Liam Neeson plays an air marshal faced with a terrifying threat to the safety of his aircraft and passengers.

In “Non-Stop,” Liam Neeson plays an air marshal faced with a terrifying threat to the safety of his aircraft and passengers.

Two lightweight-but-nonetheless-enjoyable thrillers anchor this week’s home video releases.

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Video Verdict: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ ‘The Book Thief,’ ‘Out of the Furnace,’ ‘Homefront’

Christian Bale takes the law into his own hands in “Out of the Furnace.”

Christian Bale takes the law into his own hands in “Out of the Furnace.”

It’s another excellent week for home video with two Oscar nominees making their way to the small screen.

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Video Verdict: ‘Now You See Me’

Jesse Eisenberg plays magician J. Daniel Atlas in the suspense film “Now You See Me.”

Jesse Eisenberg plays magician J. Daniel Atlas in the suspense film “Now You See Me.”

It’s a quiet week for home video, with only one major theatrical release moving to the small screen.

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Video Verdict: ‘Seven Psycopaths,’ ‘Hotel Transylvania,’ ‘Paranormal Activity 4′

In “Hotel Transylvania,” Dracula isn’t such a bad guy. In fact, he spends much of his time welcoming customers to his upscale guesthouse.

In “Hotel Transylvania,” Dracula isn’t such a bad guy. In fact, he spends much of his time welcoming customers to his upscale guesthouse.

This week’s new home video releases include a supernatural horror film, an animated movie with a supernatural twist and a black comedy that’s just plain super.

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Video Verdict: ‘Frankenweenie,’ ‘Dredd,’ ‘House at the End of the Street,’ ‘Game Change,’ ‘Hit & Run’

In director Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie,” young Victor Frankenstein brings his dead dog back to life.

In director Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie,” young Victor Frankenstein brings his dead dog back to life.

This week’s home video releases include films for a variety of tastes. Leading the way are an R-rated action film starring Karl Urban, a horror flick featuring Jennifer Lawrence, a political drama with Julianne Moore and an animated movie by Tim Burton.

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Video Verdict: ‘Albert Nobbs,’ ‘The Grey,’ ‘One for the Money,’ ‘Chronicle,’ ‘The Devil Inside,’ ‘Rampart’

Mia Wasikowska, left, as Helen and Glenn Close as the title character in “Albert Nobbs.” Close was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her work in the film.

This week’s home video releases include a low-key thriller starring Katherine Heigl, an intense survival film featuring Liam Neeson and a drama that landed Glenn Close and Janet McTeer in this year’s Oscar race.

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Video Verdict: ‘Invictus,’ ‘The Messenger,’ ‘Valentine’s Day,’ ‘The Spy Next Door’

Channing Tatum, left, and Amanda Seyfried share a tender moment in the romantic drama “Dear John.”

This week’s home video releases include a new Jackie Chan comedy plus two smart dramas that were nominated for top honors at the most recent Academy Awards ceremony.

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