Rewind: "Easy A," "Futurama," "Wall Street"
I’m going to make a little change of format for this week because I think it’s important to make a plea to Emma Stone. So Emma, you’ve made a really smart, good high school comedy, “Easy A” (DVD, $28.95; Blu-ray, $34.95), inspired by “The Scarlett Letter,” which is both funny and entertaining, but also has a message about the negatives of rumor-mongering. Serously, bravo on a fine film. But Lindsay Lohan once made a similar movie called “Mean Girls.” And now she’s a drugged-up walking punch line. Learn from her mistakes, please.
Instead of going to see Angelina Jolie’s dead-on-arrival film “The Tourist,” check out her spy thriller “Salt.” (DVD, $28.98; Blu-ray, $34.95)
'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps'
With the financial crisis in full effect, it’s only right that Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is back in all his greedy goodness. (DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.99)
It’s weird to recommend a movie associated with M. Night Shyamalan these days, but this little thriller about people trapped in an elevator with the devil is actually entertaining. (DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.98)
‘Family Guy: It’s a Trap!’
It’s the next installment of “Family Guy’s” inspired spoofs of the original “Star Wars” trilogy, tackling “Return of the Jedi.” (DVD, $22.98; Blu-ray, $29.99)
‘Futurama: Volume 5’
Sweet manatee of Galilee! Doesn’t it feel great to have “Futurama” back again? The new episodes were right on target with the original run, and you can check them all out here in this nifty set. (DVD, 29.98; Blu-ray, $39.99)
‘The Films of Rita Hayworth’
Check out five classic films from the 1940s bombshell, including “Gilda,” “Salome” and “Cover Girl.” (DVD, $59.95)
‘Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus’
In case the title wasn’t enough to make you want to see this movie, then consider this: it stars Mister Steven Q. Urkel himself, Jaleel White. (DVD, $24.95)