Rock 'n' roll, spies and sports -- what more could one want from this week's slate of DVD releases? First off there's 'Nowhere Boy,' a stirring bio-drama about one of the great legends in music history, John Lennon, and his struggle to find his way in life while being torn between the love of his aunt and mother. Next up is the action-thriller 'Red' -- based on a graphic novel -- about a group of middle-aged black ops agents who -- nod nod wink wink -- take on their ex-CIA masters in a life-or-death battle. And finally, there's 'Secretariat,' an uplifting family film about one of the greatest race horses of all time and the housewife who guided him to win horseracing's greatest achievement: the Triple Crown.
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Penny Chenery's (Diane Lane) gifted colt gallops into history as a Triple Crown winner in 1973. Read More

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Retired CIA agents reassemble for their own survival after the agency marks them for death. Read More

Nowhere Boy
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An account tells of John Lennon's (Aaron Johnson) teen years and his relationship with his mother. Read More

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