New on Home Video: “Biutiful,” “Drive Angry” & “Passion Play”

This week's highlights include one of the best film's of 2010, two of the worst of 2011, and a new collection from one of the greatest directors of all time.

Javier Bardem stars in the latest from Alejandro González Iñárritu ("21 Grams"), a film about a Barcelona hustler with the ability talk to the dead, desperate to get his affairs in order so his two kids will be taken care of before he succumbs to cancer. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Drive Angry
Nic Cage is a man who escapes from Hell to seek vengeance on the Satanists who killed his daughter and plan to sacrifice his granddaughter, and he's got Amber Heard riding shotgun. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

Passion Play
Mickey Rourke stars as a washed up trumpet player who falls for a beautiful winged circus freak, played by Megan Fox. But when a gangster with a grudge, Bill Murray, appears, Rourke is suddenly in danger of losing everything. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Extraordinary Minds: Noam Chomsky
Dr. Howard Gardner interviews the legendary linguist, activist, philosopher and intellectual.

Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, this documentary takes you on a tour of the cosmos through the eye of the Hubble telescope. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Director Greg Araki's latest is a comic sci-fi saga about a bisexual film student who starts dreaming about  a pair of beautiful women, which is fine until he starts seeing them in real life. In limited release, watch the trailer

Once Upon a Time in the West
Jane Fonda, Claudia Cardinale, Jason Robards and Henry Fonda star in Sergio Leone’s 1968 classic about a harmonica player who teams up with a desperado to protect a beautiful widow from an assassin working for the railroad. Watch the trailer

Stanley Kubrick: The Essential Collection
“Spartacus,” “Dr. Strangelove,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange,” “The Shining,” “Full Metal Jacket,” and “Eyes Wide Shut”…isn’t that enough?

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