Cinematical's Spin-ematical: New on DVD and Blu-ray for 5/4

Nine
An all-star cast, an Academy Award-nominated director, a classic film and a Broadway musical as inspiration: what could possibly go wrong? Our own Jette Kernion felt most of the singing "is sub-par. ... The stars are all able to talk their way through the notes that aren't in their limited range, but it's like having a musical with nothing but Rex Harrison in it." However, "to counter the dismal singing, the acting is nearly all note-perfect." Sounds like a toss-up to me, so I'll suggest a compromise: Rent it.

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Leap Year
This creaky romantic comedy is not worthy of Amy Adams, who is, nevertheless, "game for just about anything, whether it's stepping in cow flop, getting covered in mud, chasing a runaway car down a hill, or delivering lines that weren't funny when they were first trotted out in vaudeville 80 years ago. It's a measure of Adams' abilities that you may be tempted to root for her sweet, clueless character anyway." Eric D. Snider was more blunt: "Every January there's at least one awful comedy aimed at female audiences that makes you wonder how dumb Hollywood thinks women are. ... This year it's Leap Year's turn to suck." Skip it.

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Tooth Fairy
"It's a mediocre but largely inoffensive chapter in [Dwayne] Johnson's crusade to charm kids," says Cinematical's Todd Gilchrist. "Tooth Fairy isn't a movie made for anyone other than that sweet-spot family crowd." Skip it.

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After the jump: Indies on DVD, more Blu-ray picks, and Collector's Corner!