A weekly listing of new DVDs.
DVDs released today include:
“No Country for Old Men” (R). Joel and Ethan Coen won Academy Awards for both their screenplay and direction of this harrowing West Texas drama about a man (Josh Brolin) who stumbles upon $2 million from a failed drug deal and is then tracked by a hired killer with a bad haircut (Oscar winner Javier Bardem) and a sympathetic sheriff (Tommy Lee Jones). Bonus features include three documentaries: “Working With the Coens: Reflections of Cast and Crew,” “The Making of ‘No Country for Old Men’ ” and “Diary of a Country Sheriff.”
“Bee Movie” (PG). Jerry Seinfeld provides the voice of Barry B. Benson, a honeybee who feels there’s more to life than making honey. The animated comedy’s single-disc edition includes three documentaries (“Inside the Hive,” “Tech of Bee Movie” and “Meet Barry B. Benson”), a music video, five short features from DreamWorks Animation Kids and an animation jukebox. The two-disc Special Edition adds a commentary by Seinfeld; a behind-the-scenes show from NBC; early trailers for the movie from Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Steven Spielberg; alternative endings and more.
“Sleuth” (R). In this remake of the 1972 thriller about an aging novelist confronting a younger man who is having an affair with his wife, Michael Caine switches roles from the young man to novelist Andrew Wyke, with Jude Law taking over the part of Milo Tindal. Bonus features include a commentary by Caine, Law and director Kenneth Branagh, plus two documentaries: “A Game of Cat and Mouse: Behind the Scenes of ‘Sleuth’ ” and “Inspector Black: Make-Up Secrets Revealed.”
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“Nancy Drew” (PG). Emma Roberts takes over the role of the teenage amateur detective, this time pursuing a case involving the death of a movie star in Hollywood. The DVD includes a gag reel, the documentary “Nancy Drew: Kids at Work,” five short features on the cast and the making of the movie, and a music video by Joanna.
“Dan in Real Life” (PG-13). Steve Carell stars in this romantic comedy about an advice columnist and single parent whose home life isn’t going very well until he falls for a woman (Juliette Binoche) who happens to be his brother’s (Dane Cook) girlfriend. The DVD includes a commentary by writer-director Peter Hedges, deleted scenes, “real life outtakes,” a documentary on the film’s score and a making-of feature.
“Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation” (R and unrated editions)
“Hitman” (R and unrated)
“Lil’ Bush: Resident of the United States Season One Uncensored” (not rated)
“Love American Style: Season 1, Volume 2” (not rated)
“Michael Palin’s New Europe” (not rated)
“The Mod Squad: The First Season, Volume Two” (not rated)
“My Boys: The Complete First Season” (not rated)
“Pop Go the Wiggles” (not rated)