Haywire Steven Soderbergh brings his slick, cool style to this action pic and puts real-life MMA fighter Gina Carano at the forefront of it, playing an assassin who finds herself in the center of a cat-and-mouse game being manipulated by her cronies--or are they her enemies? Where the newcomer Carano lacks in acting skills she makes up for in her fight scenes, which Soderbergh expertly shoots to let you actually see all the moves, rather than zooming in or cutting away. The result is bone-breaking action that you may find yourself watching in between your fingers. Extras: Featurettes on Gina Carano's training, and "The Men of Haywire" (DVD, BD)
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Joyful Noise Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton star as warring choir leaders at a small-town Georgia church who each thinks their methods are the best way to win an upcoming national competition. The situation gets even more complicated when their kids strike up more than just a friendship. Extras: Spotlight on Dolly Partons "From Here to the Moon," "Inspiration of Joyful Noise," "Make Some Noise," "Leading Ladies," extended songs (DVD/BD)
W.E. Madonna directed this romantic drama that chronicles the love story of King Edward VIII and American socialiaite Wallis Simpson. Extras: Making-of featurette (DVD/BD)
New Year's Eve Garry Marshall's latest holiday-themed ensemble romantic comedy weaves tales involving May/December love, starting a family, the single life and more. Extras: Commentary, "Magic of Times Square," "Secrets of the Stars," "Jon Bon Jovi & Lea Michelle Rock New York," gag reel (DVD/BD)
New to Blu:
Clueless Amy Heckerling's comedy about high school in the '90s launched the careers of stars Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd. It debuts on Blu-ray with an hour of new features, like a pop-up trivia game, a featurette on the fashion of the day and the "class of '95," a "suck & blow" tutorial (watch the movie, already), theatrical trailers and more.
Men in Black II Just in time for Men in Black III this summer, the first Men in Black gets a BD re-release and its sequel debuts in high def. There are a gazillion special features on both; II has an alternate ending, blooper reel, Will Smith music video and demo of the new MiB video game coming this May to PS3, among other features.
Mimic 3-Film Set Guillermo del Toro's Director's Cut of Mimic came out on BD a few months ago, but this release combines the trilogy in one set--in case you didn't snap up the previous release, or you're a big fan of the sequels, now's your chance to own all three with their various new featurettes.