At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Godzilla"
Indie director Gareth Edwards got a crack at one of the biggest monsters there is in this summer's blockbuster. Bryan Cranston plays a scientist obsessed with government secrets since the mysterious death of his wife Sandra (Juliette Binoche) after a suspicious nuclear reactor meltdown. Aaron Taylor-Johnson co-stars as his son Ford, a Navy guy who discovers that dear old dad's paranoia might actually be worth checking out. Ken Watanabe and Sally Hawkins co-star as scientists studying the real cause of that nuclear meltdown.

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"The Fault in Our Stars"
It Girl Shailene Woodley stars in this adaptation of John Green's YA weepie about a teen named Hazel dying of cancer. Augustus (Ansel Elgort) is another teen coping with the Big C, and sparks fly when they meet at a support group. They go on a literal and metaphysical journey together that will make you feel like you've been cutting a kitchen full of onions.



TV Worth Watching

"New Girl" (Fox, 9/8c)
The wide-eyed misadventures of Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and her roomies Schmidt (Max Greenfield), Winston (Lamorne Morris), Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.) and ex-boyfriend/roomie Nick (Jake Johnson) continue in a most adorkable fashion. This season premiere finds Jess vying for the attention of a new suitor, but she's got competition (Jessica Biel).

"The Mindy Project" (Fox, 9:30/8:30c)
Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) had quite the epic romcom encounter at the end of the last season, but does their chemistry extend to the bedroom? It's time for find out if this self-proclaimed hot mess and uptight divorced dude can make it work.

New on Netflix

"A Single Man"
Tom Ford's directorial debut is as gorgeous as you'd expect from a leading fashion designer. It's also an incredibly moving love story about a man struggling with grief after the sudden death of a partner. Colin Firth stars as lit professor George, with Julianne Moore as his glamorous pal Charley and Matthew Goode as George's late partner Jim.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's"
If you haven't seen this Audrey Hepburn classic, well, here's your chance to rectify that. Hepburn's Holly Golightly is a seemingly fabulous gal whose swinging '60s life is full of martinis and little black dresses. She's actually got quite the secret past - and a rather complicated present. It all comes tumbling down the more she gets involved with her neighbor Paul Varjak (George Peppard).

"Filth"
James McAvoy gets down and dirty as a crooked cop in this adaptation of the infamous novel by Irvine Welsh. Nothing is off limits for detective Bruce Robertson (McAvoy) - he's got a nose for trouble, but mostly the kind he can get in himself, like drugs, adultery, nefarious pranks, and the sort of general misbehavior that Welsh fans adore. Jamie Bell, Eddie Marsan, and Imogen Poots co-star.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Transformers: Age of Extinction"
Mark Wahlberg stars as the human who helps Optimus Prime and the Autobots fight a much more human danger. Michael Bay's latest foray into sci-fi robot silliness is either your cup of tea or not, so chances are high you already know if you want to spend 160 minutes chilling with Optimus and his pals or not.



"Honeymoon" (iTunes)
Rose Leslie ("Game of Thrones") and Harry Treadaway ("Penny Dreadful") play Bea and Paul, a freshly married couple who decide to take their honeymoon in... a forest? This is a horror movie, so you know nothing good is going to come of that. Bea's odd behavior begins with a late-night sojourn into the woods, but there's more weirdness to come for Bea and poor Paul.

"Ida" (Amazon/iTunes)
A young nun named Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska) is right about to take her vows when she makes a shocking discovery about her family's history, courtesy of her bold Aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza). Anna - or Ida, according to Wanda - makes a pilgrimage to learn more about her family's secret history in this Polish film directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.

"Obvious Child" (iTunes)
Jenny Slate ("SNL," "The Kroll Show") stars as Donna, a freshly dumped Brooklyn comedian whose one night stand results in the worst Valentine's Day ever. Gaby Hoffmann co-stars as Donna's no-nonsense BFF Nellie, with Polly Draper and Richard Kind as Donna's divorced and adorable parents.