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.
From left to right, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Thomas Mann and Oliver Cooper star in “Project X.”
This week’s major home video releases include a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd, a fake documentary about a high school party gone bad and a solid family film based on real-life events.
Ryan Reynolds plays Hal Jordan, an adventurous test pilot who becomes the heroic title character in “Green Lantern.”
A lot of theatrical releases are making their way to home video this week, and they range from a big-budget superhero flick to a poetic drama from one of the film industry’s maverick directors.
Christian Bale, left, and Mark Wahlberg star in “The Fighter.” Bale won a best supporting actor Academy Award for his work on the film.
This week’s major home video releases include an ill-advised Jennifer Aniston comedy, a drama by director Clint Eastwood and a film that was nominated for multiple Academy Awards.
Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler star in the romantic-action comedy “The Bounty Hunter.”
This week’s home video releases are anchored by two indie dramas and two mainstream comedies, each featuring at least one major star.
Dev Patel, left, does his best to field questions from Anil Kapoor in "Slumdog Millionaire," the 2008 winner of Oscar's best picture award.
This week’s DVD releases include a complicated French thriller, a Will Smith drama and a sentimental tearjerker, but the clear frontrunner is this year’s best picture Oscar winner.