New on Home Video: “The Help,” “The Hangover II,” “Cowboys & Aliens” Lead the Pack

The Help
Emma Stone stars as a young woman in the South who befriends two black maids and encourages them to write about their lives and the indignities they suffer at the hands of their employers. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

The Hangover Part II
The Wolf Pack heads of to Thailand to celebrate Stu's second wedding, but once again things go horribly, horribly wrong. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

The Debt
Sam Worthington and Jessica Chastain are members of a team of Mossad agents sent to Berlin to capture a Nazi war criminal, Helen Mirren plays Chastain's older self, who most come out of retirement to clean up the mess they left behind. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Cowboys & Aliens
Daniel Craig, Olivia Wilde and Harrison Ford star in this comic-book adaptation about what happens when spaceships come down out of the skies over the Old West. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Bobby Fischer Against the World
A fascinating documentary that looks back and the bizarre and tragic life of perhaps the greatest chess player who ever lived, and his decent into madness. Read our review and watch the trailer

Mr. Popper's Penguins
Jim Carrey stars in an adaptation of the beloved children's book about a New Yorker who inherits a flock penguins and teaches them to dance. Watch the trailer

Point Blank
A French thriller about a man in a race against time through the streets of Paris save his pregnant wife, who's been taken hostage. Watch the trailer

Life, Above All
Following the death of her baby sister, a young South African girl soon learns that her family is the target of vicious rumors that destroy her family and send her mother on the run. Watch the trailer

A French thriller about the kidnapping of a wealthy industrialist who begins to lose his grip while being held for a ransom that makes his family consider just exactly how much he's worth. Watch the trailer

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