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Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
What's It About? A sad sack in high-waisted pants, Theodore spends his days writing love letters for other people. When he installs an intelligent operating system named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson), his life takes a turn for the better. Or does it?
Why We're IN: A weird, sad, beautiful love story from the delicious brain of Spike Jonze? We're so far in.

Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week
"Overlord" (Criterion)
What's It About? Cineastes and fans of war movies will dig this drama that uses real WWII footage in this tale of a young soldier headed to D Day. Sounds simple, but it's pretty heavy, and the unique use of real war footage adds to the narrative.
Why We're IN: With Kubrick collaborator John Alcott as the cinematographer, a spiffy restoration, and loads of extras, "Overload" is a good addition to your collection.

New on DVD
"Eastbound & Down: Complete Fourth Season"
What's It About? This is the very last season of the incredibly GIF-worthy "Eastbound & Down." We will miss you, Kenny Powers!
IN or OUT: If you don't have HBO on demand or iTunes or whatever, then this might be worth your time. Just how diehard a fan are you?

"I, Frankenstein"
What's It About? Aaron Eckhart stars as old Frankie's monster Adam. Adam is stuck in the middle of a war between gargoyles (yes, really) and demons, and there's a whole thing about science experiments and whatnot. Mirando Otto plays the Gargoyle Queen, which is pretty cool.
IN or OUT: Uhhh, no?

"Longmire: Complete Second Season"
What's It About? Robert Taylor stars as Sheriff Walt Longmire in this modern Western TV drama about a widow trying to restart his life. Katee Sackhoff ("Battlestar Galactica," "Riddick") co-stars as a deputy, and Lou Diamond Phillips plays Walt's friend Henry Standing Bear.
IN or OUT: This A&E program is pretty popular, but with tons of online options, it's really up to you if you want to shell out the ducats for physical media.

"Orange in the New Black: Season One"
What's It About? This smash-hit Netflix show is about a yuppie named Piper (Taylor Schilling) who heads to the slammer because her ex-girlfriend (Laura Prepon) rats her out. There's so much more! It's so great! You should watch it now!
IN or OUT: If you don't have Netflix, you'll definitely want to see what the fuss is all about.

EXCLUSIVE: Learn about prison rules in a behind-the-scenes clip from "OITNB: Season One" (VIDEO)

"That Awkward Moment"
What's It About? Zac Efron, Miles Teller, and Michael B. Jordan are three dudes trying to be and stay single, but love and life and ladies have other plans for them! Can these bros navigate the complexities of modern dating?
IN or OUT: This got terrible -- like, awful -- reviews, so you might be better off just watching these fine folks' other cinematic ventures.

New on Blu-ray
"Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Parts 1 & 2 3D"
What's It About? It's never too late to learn about Harry Potter and his wizardly adventures, but seriously? Where have you been?
IN or OUT: If you have your own sorting hat and play Quidditch on the weekends and have a 3D TV, you'll probably want this. Maybe.

"Hellboy Animated Double Feature" (20th Anniversary Limited Edition)
What's It About? "Hellboy: Sword of Storms" and "Blood and Iron" are animated films starring everyone's favorite kitten-snuggling demon! "Hellboy" stars Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, and Doug Jones reprise their roles as Hellboy, Liz Sherman, and Abe Sapien.
IN or OUT: It's not a big investment, so if you're a fan, why not?

"Rollerball" (Limited Edition)
What's It About? In the future (2018, wheeee!) we'll be playing deadly games of Rollerball instead of going to war. James Caan stars at the rebellious Rollerballer who just might stick it to the Man.
IN or OUT: Blu-ray, limited edition, audio commentary with the director, and more -- why not? Some Blu-ray fans don't dig the distributor Twilight Time, but it doesn't look like you're gonna get your "Rollerball" on any other way for now.

"To the Arctic / Born to be Wild 3D" Double Feature
What's It About? The first movie gets up close and personal with a mama polar bear and her babies, and the second is all about orphaned wild animals and the humans who take care of them. Meryl Streep and Susan Sarandon narrate "To the Arctic," and Morgan Freeman does the honors for "Born to be Wild."
IN or OUT: "Born to be Wild" is a solid doc for animal-lovers, while "To the Arctic" got more middling reviews. Still, it's not a bad deal.
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