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Video Verdict: Reviews of ‘Noah’ and ‘The Other Woman’

Jennifer Connelly, left, portrays Naameh and Russell Crowe plays the title character in the Biblical epic “Noah.”

Jennifer Connelly, left, portrays Naameh and Russell Crowe plays the title character in the Biblical epic “Noah.”

This week’s home video releases are anchored by a fresh take on a classic Bible story.

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Video Verdict: ‘Rio 2’ and ‘Under the Skin’

Blu, Jewel and their children soar through the air with Rafael, Nico and Pedro in a scene from “Rio 2.”

Blu, Jewel and their children soar through the air with Rafael, Nico and Pedro in a scene from “Rio 2.”

This week’s home video releases are anchored by a sequel to the 2011 animated hit “Rio.”

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Video Verdict: ‘Zero Dark Thirty,’ ‘Les Miserables,’ ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘This is 40’

Jessica Chastain landed a best actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal of a U.S. intelligence operative in “Zero Dark Thirty.”

Jessica Chastain landed a best actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal of a U.S. intelligence operative in “Zero Dark Thirty.”

This week’s home video releases include several key players from the most-recent Academy Awards race.

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Video Verdict: ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2,’ ‘The Change-Up’

Daniel Radcliffe plays the courageous title character in the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.”

This week’s major home video releases include a raucous R-rated comedy starring Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds and the final film in the Harry Potter franchise.

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Video Verdict: ‘Funny People,’ ‘Angels & Demons,’ ‘Four Christmases,’ ‘Shorts’

Tom Hanks, left, plays symbologist Robert Langdon and Ayelet Zurer portrays physicist Vittoria Vetra in the thriller “Angels & Demons.”

This week’s DVD releases cover a lot of territory. They include a family film from the director of “Spy Kids,” a holiday comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, an Adam Sandler feature helmed by writer-director Judd Apatow and a big-budget thriller starring Tom Hanks.

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