Movies on DVD


Salt (Deluxe Unrated Edition) stars Angelina Jolie as a CIA agent on the run after a defector accuses her of being a Russian spy.

Special Features: movieIQ, the ultimate female action hero, the real agents, Spy Disguise: the looks of Evelyn Salt, the modern master of the political thriller: Director Phillip Noyce, false identity: creating a new reality, The Treatment radio interview with Phillip Noyce, SALT: declassified, filmmakers’ commentary,

unrated filmmakers’ commentary, unrated extended filmmakers’ commentary, plus

Spy Cam: picture-in-picture.


In Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Blu-ray + Digital Copy), Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is out of the slammer and back in business for this sequel with the help of Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf), a young Wall Street trader. Their two-tiered mission: to alert the financial community to the impending disaster and to find out who is responsible for the death of Moore’s mentor.


Easy A (Blu-ray) follows the high school adventures of Olive (Emma Stone), a clean-cut student who uses the rumor mill to advance her social and financial standing.

Special Features: movieIQ+sync (logo) and BD-Live connect to real-time information on the cast, music, trivia and more, all while watching the pic, Extra Credit: a pop-up trivia track, commentary with Director Will Gluck and the film’s star Emma Stone, The Making of Easy A featurette, the school of pop culture: movies of the ‘80s, vocabulary of hilarity, a gag reel, plus Emma Stone’s audition footage.


Step Up 3 (Three-Disc Combo Pack: Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy)

Special Features: DVD – extra moves, music montage features the dancers with alternate angles plus extra footage, making of the music videos, music videos, Club Can’t Handle MeFlo Rida featuring David Guetta, My Own Step (theme from Step Up 3D) – Roscoe Dash and T-Pain, featuring Fabo, Already TakenTrey Songz, This GirlLaza Morgan, This InstantSophia Fresh featuring T-Pain, No Te Quiero (Remix) – Sophia Del Carmen featuring Pitbull, IrresistibleWisiny Yandel, Spirit of the RadioJrandall – BD…included all DVD bonus features, Born From A Boombox: A Luke Katcher Film, documentary made by Luke to get into film school, deleted scenes, intros by Director Jon M. Chu, club battle, sneaker montage, Carlos Explains Redhook, Jacob Tribal story, Capoeira, Moose Gets Sick, sad montage, Opening World Jam, 3D Blu-ray contains the feature – nothing more.


Family Guy: It’s A Trap! [Blu-ray] is another of the send-ups of the Star Wars pics. The movie is meant to retell the story of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi similar to what their Blue Harvest title did with Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Something, Something, Something Dark Side did with Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, with the characters from Family Guy taking on roles from the film.



The Secret Life of the American Teenager: Volume Five surrounds the relationship between teenagers from family drama to teen pregnancy. The show is the brainchild of Brenda Hampton (7th Heaven).

Special Features: On set with Director Anson Williams, on-set fist bumps with Joey and Matthew, on set with Shailene, plus on set with Luke.


Caprica: Season 1.5 is a spin-off series of Battlestar Galactica on the SyFy Channel set 50 years in the future. The show follows the lives of two families, the Graystones and the Adamas, who live together on a peaceful planet known as Caprica. A startling breakthrough in artificial intelligence brings about unforeseen consequences on the planet.


Futurama: Volume 5 [Blu-ray] continues the adventures of Fry (Billy West), a pizza guy who is frozen in the year 1999 and thawed out on New Year’s Eve of 2999.

Special Features: Episodes – Rebirth, In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela, Attack of the Killer App, Proposition Infinity, The Duh-Vinci Code, Lethal Inspection, The Late Philip J. Fry, That Darn Katz!, A Clockwork Origin, The Prisoner of Benda, Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences, The Mutants Are Revolting, The Futurama Holiday Spectacular, full length audio commentaries on all episodes, deleted scenes: too good for television, Behind the Fungus, makin’ a hit song, Futurama star Billy West hits the studio to record the 31st century hit Shut Up and Love Me, Previously on Futurama: the rarely- seen episodic openings of Futurama DVD epics, the adventures of Delivery-Boy Man: an original video comic book, scribbled and performed by Philip J. Fry, Bend It Like Bender: Bender’s first, best, and only music video, The Prisoner of Benda: live table read unrehearsed, the Futurama cast first plunge into the script, accompanied by early storyboard animatic footage.


Step Up 3D with Sharni Vinson and Kendra Andrews

Step Up 3D with Sharni Vinson and Kendra Andrews

Step Up 3D stars Sharni Vinson and Kendra Andrews revealed to HollywoodOutbreak that they twice crashed a showing of their movie for the thrill of it all.  Vinson says that she spent the time in the theater dark observing the 3D glasses-covered audience (for the shape of their mouths?  Upturn for happy and wide-open for amazement).  Vinson says that the audience was happily amazed, and then went on-the-record to say that “everyone wants to be happy in life.”  Argue with that.

Click onto video to see (and hear) what the very watchable Sharni Vinson and Kendra Andrews said.



Moviegoers went for the laughs in theaters this weekend. The Will Ferrell/Mark Wahlberg comedy, The Other Guys grossed an estimated $35.6 million between Friday and Sunday and took the number one position.

Inception, the Leonardo DiCaprio sci-fi thriller, still showed significant numbers in its four week out. The pic grabbed an additional $18.6 million bringing its estimated total to $227.7 mil, well over the film’s $160 million budget.

Step Up 3D, the third installment in the successful franchise, danced its way into third position with $15.5 million in box office revenue between its midnight showing early Friday morning through Sunday.

Salt dropped another 43 percent this week, but still landed in fourth position with $11.1 million. That brings Salt’s receipts to an estimated $91.8 million in three weeks, which is just shy of the $110 mil it cost to produce.

Dinner for Schmucks slipped to fifth place and dropped 55.4 percent with a $10.5 million take over the weekend. Schmucks had a budget of $69 million, which means it has recouped an estimated $46.7 mil so far.

Rounding out the top 10:

6. Dispicable Me $9.4 million

7. Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore $6.9 million

8. Charlie St. Cloud $4.7 million

9. Toy Story 3 $3 million

10. The Kids Are All Right $2.6 million



Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson, who play Luke and Natalie in Step Up 3D, knew they were headed for trouble the moment they stepped onto the set. All their muscles were put to the test – but they both admit that it hurt so good.

The flick’s producer, Adam Shankman insisted they train at a dancers boot camp and both Malambri and Vinson were ripped and regenerated to the max in the time they were there.

Long hours, longer days – but they managed…and the result is a realistic 3D experience.

Click onto video for boot camp basics from Adam Shankman, Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson.



The Other Guys are Allen Gamble and Terry Hoitz (Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg), a couple of unimpressive cops who want to be as cool as their heroes, NYPD Detectives Christopher Danson and P.K. Highsmith (Dwayne Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson). The pair fall onto a big case, but they’re not as adept as they wish they were.


Let’s face it, it wouldn’t matter much if Step Up 3D has a good storyline or not…as long as the dance numbers were dazzling. Still, the tale revolves around a group of New York street dancers who end up going head to head with the world’s best hip hop dancers. Not really a new idea, but yes, the dancing is spectacular. The pic stars Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson. Keep your eyes peeled for a few of the So You Think You Can Dance contestants like Stephen tWitch Boss, Jonathan Legacy Perez and Joshua Allen).


Juli Baker (Madeline Carroll) is a nature girl, who loves trees, birds and more, while Bryce Loski (Callan McAuliffe) is way cooler in the film, Flipped. Bryce used to believe Juli’s quirks were odd and now he’s strangely attracted to them. Directed by Rob Reiner, the movie is a coming of age story about two eighth grade students who are attracted to each other though they’re complete opposites.