Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Michael Bay's bombastic sequel had its detractors, but who goes into a CGI extravaganza about cars that turn into robots with high expectations anyway? With a movie like this, all you really want is fast-paced action, tremendous explosions, awesome special effects and hot chicks. In that regard, Revenge of the Fallen more than delivers. Best extras: Featurettes "Domestic Destruction," chronicling the creation of the cross-country action and explosion scenes; "25 Years of Transformers," an all-new featurette about Hasbro's popular toy franchise; and "Wonders of the World," the filming process in Egypt. Exclusive to Blu-ray is "The Allspark Experiment," a fun way to create your own transforming vehicle -- discover the four secret combinations and you'll learn a secret about the movie franchise's future.
Blood: The Last Vampire Stylistically shot with some dubious special effects and dialogue, this film based on an anime about a centuries-old vampire girl out to destroy a demon has enough trash-camp moments to end up being a bloody good time.
Love N' Dancing Yet another entry in the dance n' romance genre which could easily forgo the latter for the former. Watch "Dancing with the Stars" instead.
Cheri World War I period piece about a young man who falls for an older courtesan (Michelle Pfeiffer), and his mother will stop at nothing to separate them. Directed by Stephen Frears, who auteured the much better Dangerous Liaisons.