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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: ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” “Shame”

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) pushes himself to the limit in “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.”

A fast-paced action film starring Tom Cruise anchors this week’s home video releases.

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Video Verdict: ‘Drive,’ ‘The Thing,’ ‘The Big Year,’ ‘In Time,’ ‘Dream House’

Carey Mulligan, left, and Ryan Gosling star in the thriller “Drive.”

This week’s major home video releases include the prequel to a classic horror film, a science-fiction drama starring Justin Timberlake and a gritty thriller featuring Ryan Gosling.

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Video Verdict: ‘Let Me In,’ ‘Conviction,’ ‘Never Let Me Go’

Chloe Grace Moretz plays a complicated character in the horror thriller “Let Me In.”

This week’s home video releases include three R-rated dramas that delve into the darker side of life. Included is a science-fiction fantasy starring three of today’s hottest young actors, a crime drama featuring Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell and a vampire film that’s considerably bleaker than “The Twilight Saga.”

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Video Verdict: ‘Salt,’ ‘Easy A,’ ‘Devil,’ ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’

Angelina Jolie plays a mysterious secret agent in the action-thriller “Salt.”

This week’s home video releases cover a lot of ground, ranging from a mainstream horror film to an action-adventure featuring Angelina Jolie.

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Video Verdict: ‘An Education,’ ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks 2’

Carey Mulligan received a best actress Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a teen girl who has an affair with an older man in “An Education.” The film also received Oscar nominations for best picture and best adapted screenplay.

This week’s major video releases include an update of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes character, a children’s movie featuring singing chipmunks and an Oscar-nominated drama about a teen girl who falls for an older man.

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