HFJ-0020r.  ..Academy Award?-winner Helen Mirren stars as Madame Mallory, the chef proprietress of a classical Michelin-starred French restaurant, in DreamWorks Pictures? charming film, ?The Hundred-Foot Journey.? Based on the novel ?The Hundred-Foot Journey? by Richard C. Morais, the film is directed by Lasse Hallstr?m. The producers are Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey and Juliet Blake.  Photo: Fran?ois Duhamel .. DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC. All Rights ReservedAt 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

"The Hundred-Foot Journey"
Dame Helen Mirren plays a snobby French restaurateur/chef who's none too pleased when her new neighbors, the Kadam family, open up their own restaurant next door to hers. Manish Dayal co-stars Hassan, the young chef at the Maison Mumbai whose talent wins over grumbly Madame Mallory, as well as her cute sous chef, Marguerite (Charlotte Le Bon). Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg produced this feel-good foodie film from Swedish director Lasse Hallström. Here's an exclusive clip from the DVD/Blu-ray, just for you.
The Hundred Foot Journey - DVD Clip No. 1

"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"
Ape shall never kill ape, but no one said killing humans wasn't OK. Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his gang of hyper-intelligent apes have been living in the Muir Woods since everything went to heck, and it was going just fine until a group of human survivors came along, thank you. Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, and Keri Russell co-star as just a few of the humans living in the ruins of Silicon Valley, with nary an Uber in sight.

"The Congress"
This is a very trippy hybrid live action/animated adaptation starring Robin Wright as an aging actress named Robin Wright who once starred in "The Princess Bride" and other popular movies. She's convinced to sign a contract to let Miramount Studios digitize her image and use her in countless "future fantasy" movies. And then things get really weird. Director Ari Folman ("Waltz With Bashir") loosely based his screenplay on the novel by sci-fi legend Stanisław Lem.

TV Worth Watching

"Peter Pan Live!" (NBC, Thursday, 8 P.M. EST)
Sure, Allison Williams will be an adorable Peter Pan, but let's talk about Christopher Walken as a singing and dancing Captain Hook. Live! What more do you need?

There is a lot of football on television. You already know this. If you don't like football, chances are good that most of your favorite shows are on winter hiatus. Look, we don't make the rules around here; that's just how it is.

New on Netflix

"Almost Famous"
In Cameron Crowe's classic coming-of-age film, Lester Bangs (Philip Seymour Hoffman) tells young writer William (Patrick Fugit), "The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you're uncool." There's nothing uncool about "Almost Famous" though, from the excellent cast and Oscar-winning script to the rockin' soundtrack.

"American Horror Story: Coven"
Get your witch on with Ryan Murphy's ensemble drama about a group of supernaturally talented teens who are sent to liveat Miss Robichaux's Academy in New Orleans. There's tons of inter-coven drama, plus a long-standing beef between the Salem descendants and Marie Laveau's crew, a cool swamp witch who loves Stevie Nicks, and, oh, Stevie Nicks herself. "Coven" stars all your favorite "AHS" regulars, like Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Frances Conroy, Evan Peters, and Denis O'Hare.

"Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"
Pour yourself a big glass of scotchy scotch scotch and relax while San Diego's classiest anchorman heads to the Big Apple to face the 24-hour news cycle and, gasp, diversity and gender equality in the workplace. Netflix is streaming the super-sized R-rated version, too.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"A.I. Artificial Intelligence" (iTunes)
Steven Spielberg's divisive sci-fi film gives Pinocchio's story a futuristic spin, with Haley Joel Osment as an emotionally advanced robot named David who's desperate for the love of his human mom. When another sibling appears on the scene, things get pretty hairy for David and he has to go on the run, with his robotic teddy bear and a fellow Mecha known as Gigolo Joe (Jude Law).

"The Skeleton Twins" (iTunes)
In this bittersweet dramedy, Maggie (Kristen Wiig) and Milo (Bill Hader) are estranged twins who prove the old saw about only being as sick as your secrets. After a failed suicide attempt, Milo goes to stay with Maggie and her all-American husband Lance (Luke Wilson) in upstate New York. Although Milo's the one who's outwardly struggling, Maggie's trying to get a grip on her own self-destructive tendencies. Hader and Wiig are a perfect pair, even (especially?) when they're more serious than silly.

"We Need to Talk About Kevin" (Amazon Prime)
This chilling psychological thriller stars Tilda Swinton as mother of an extraordinarily troubled child who's grown into a violent, destructive teen. Flashbacks illustrate just how Eva (Swinton) and Kevin (Ezra Miller) ended up in the gruesome predicament they're in, starting with Eva's decidedly ambivalent feelings towards Kevin and his increasingly messed-up behavior. John C. Reilly co-stars as Kevin's deluded dad.

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