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It's another thin week on the home video front for recent films, a bunch of hitmen, husband-thieves, exorcisms and straight-to-video failures. But there's also a pair of all-time classics in the mix.
Beverly Hills Cop
The comedy that made Eddie Murphy a certified movie star, he stars a police officer from Detroit to heads off to LA to fight crime. The film also made Mumford High t-shirts wildly popular. Watch the trailer
Kat Dennings stars as a precocious girl who moves to a small town where she begins a relationship with one of her teachers, played by Josh Lucas. Unfortunately, a local teenager gets caught in the crossfire of a love triangle. Watch the trailer
Diabolique: The Criterion Collection (1955)
This classic French thriller centers on the wife of a headmaster and his mistress, who together plot his death. Things get interesting when his body goes missing. Watch the trailer
Paul Newman in one of his greatest roles, as Fast Eddie Felson, a pool shark with a heart of stone who hits bottom only to get back on top, before finding himself back on the brink. Brilliant supporting performances from Piper Laurie and Jackie Gleason. Watch the trailer
I Want Your Money
A documentary from Ray Griggs outlines his argument for the belief that President Obama wants to take all your money and have the government control everything. Includes interviews with likes of Mike Huckabee, Andrew Breitbart and Newt Gingrich. Watch the trailer
Jason Statham stars alongside Ben Foster of this remake of the Charles Bronson classic about a hitman who teaches a protege the tricks of the trade only to suspect that he's going to be double-crossed. Watch the trailer
The Other Woman
Natalie Portman stars as a woman who falls for and weds a married man, loses her one-day-old baby to SIDS and struggles with her relationship with her stepson, in this film from director Don Roos. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer
A young seminary student travels to Rome to attend exorcism school at the Vatican, where he meets a strange old priest, played by Anthony Hopkins, in the religious thriller. Read our review and watch the trailer
Vanishing on 7th Street
From director Brad Anderson ("Session 9") comes this post-apocalyptic tale starring Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo. Watch the trailer.