Moviefone's New Release Pick of the Week"We Need to Talk About Kevin"What's It About? Tilda Swinton stars as the mother of Kevin (Ezra Miller), a disturbed young man who commits a violent Columbine-like school massacre. The film chronicles Kevin's upbringing and attempts to answer whether his mother's parenting is at fault. See It Because: While it's not an easy movie to watch -- lesser films would have laid on the Lifetime TV movie melodrama or tried to wrap it up with a simple answer -- "Kevin" is buoyed by a fantastic set of performances from mother and son. Swinton's chameleon-like ability to convey any character makes her one of the best actors working today, and the 19-year-old Miller deserves all of the critical kudos for his creepy breakout performance.

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Moviefone's Blu-ray Pick of the Week Ingmar Bergman's "Summer Interlude" and "Summer With Monika" (Criterion Collection) What's It About? In "Interlude," an emotionally closed-off ballerina tries to overcome the grief of losing her first love during a summer vacation as a youth; in "Monika," two working-class lovers leave their responsibilities behind for a carefree, nudity-filled summer before heading home and struggling to accept the grind of "adult life." See It Because: These are not "popcorn" movies, and only one of them has what you would call a "happy ending," but if you've ever wanted to get a lesson in film history (and the director that Woody Allen considers to be the greatest of all time), Criterion's Blu-ray releases give you the full story on each production and capture a 1950s Swedish summer in all its gorgeous detail.

New on DVD & Blu-ray"Coriolanus"What's It About? Ralph Fiennes directs and stars in an adaptation of the Shakespeare play concerning a deposed Roman leader, who aligns himself with a former enemy (Gerard Butler) to get revenge. Fiennes gives his movie a bloody, visceral kick by updating the story to a modern war-torn country that resembles the former Yugoslavia. See It or Skip It: See it. (Also Available on Redbox | Amazon Instant Video)

"Gone"What's It About? Amanda Seyfried tries -- and fails -- to be an action star in this lifeless thriller that's no different from a Jennifer Love Hewitt-starring made-for-TV movie. See It or Skip It: Skip it. (Also Available on Redbox DVD & Blu-ray)

"Goon"What's It About? Seann William Scott stars as a minor league hockey enforcer who means well, but is just too good at brawling; the hard-hits and crass comedy make "Goon" a worthy successor to the classic "Slap Shot." See It or Skip It: See it (Also Available on Redbox | Amazon Instant Video)

"Man on a Ledge"What's It About? It's like "The Negotiator" meets "Phone Booth": you can either predict every twist from a mile away or be flabbergasted by the lack of plausibility. See It or Skip It: Skip it. (Also Available on Redbox DVD & Blu-ray )

New to Blu-ray"Denver and Rio Grande" (1952)

"The Outlaw Josey Wales" (1976)

"Run for Cover" (1955)

"Silver City" (1951)

"The Strange Love of Martha Ivers" (1946)

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Man on a Ledge
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