Action! Johnny Depp stars as the legendary John Dillinger in Michael Mann’s Prohibition gangster movie Public Enemies. Christian Bale co-stars as the FBI agent hunting the notorious Dillinger gang, with Billy Crudup as J. Edgar Hoover and Marion Cotillard as Depp’s love interest. Impeccable production design sets the whole thing off.

The best of the best in mixed martial arts comes to hi-def Blu-ray in UFC: The Ultimate 100 Greatest Fights. These brutal battles became a Pay-Per-View phenomenon over the last 15 years. Here are the greatest hits, so to speak, in their entirety.

Four Governator classics make up the Schwarzenegger Collection, including Terminator 2 (still the best of the franchise), the Philip K. Dick adaptation Total Recall, Red Heat (a buddy cop flick co-starring Jim Belushi) and Stephen King’s sci-fi action satire The Running Man.



The Vault: The Paul Newman Tribute Collection is a stunning 17-disc set offering a diverse selection from the legendary actor’s long career, including Butch Cassidy, The Hustler, The Verdict, The Towering Inferno and Exodus. Also included is a beautiful photo book.



Funny Business: The Steve Coogan Collection brings together all of the British chameleon’s BBC work, including some previously unreleased gems. The master of uncomfortable comedy, who recently broke out in the United States with Hamlet 2, became a superstar overseas in shows like “I’m Alan Partridge” and “Knowing Me Knowing You.”

Say Anything: 20th Anniversary Edition. Cameron Crowe’s directorial debut proved his strength in creating romantic comedies about real characters – something that is altogether missing from the paint-by-numbers rom-com landscape, and which makes this film still worth seeing after 20 years. This edition includes commentary by Crowe and stars John Cusack and Ione Skye.



The Idiotbox: For the sci-fi enthusiast, the entire run of the modern TV cult classic “Farscape” comes to DVD in one megaset.

“Lost” fully recovered from a couple of rocky seasons with the Complete Fifth Season. After finally deciding on how many seasons the show would run, creator J.J. Abrams cut down on the filler and brought the A material as the gang deals with the fallout of time travel on the island.



In Toon: For the “Dragon Ball Z” purist, Dragon Box One contains the first 42 episodes, uncut, remastered and presented in their original Japanese.

Can’t wait for the Iron Man sequel? The Marvel Animation Box Set includes six feature-length comic book adaptations: Ultimate Avengers 1 & 2, Dr. Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme, The Invincible Iron Man, Next Avengers and Hulk Vs.

Adult Swim in a Box
is a massive box set featuring entire seasons of Cartoon Network’s adult lineup, including “Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” “Space Ghost,” “Moral Oral,” “Robot Chicken,” “Metalocalypse” and “Sealab.”

The first feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, remains a beloved classic for all ages. It is now available on DVD and Blu-ray in the Diamond Collection and comes loaded with extras.



Blu Notes: Rocky: The Undisputed Collection contains all six of the Italian Stallion’s films, with Parts II-V making their Blu-ray debuts. Relive Rocky’s match-ups against Mr. T, Dolph Lundgren, Hulk Hogan and Carl Weathers in hi-def! The set comes loaded with bonus features.

The Kevin Smith Three-Movie Collection contains remastered editions of Smith’s New Jersey series, including his debut indie classic Clerks, his best film to date, Chasing Amy, and the giant in-joke Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

Fight Club: 10th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray includes tons of special features. The hi-def format is perfect for director David Fincher’s meticulous visual style and the über hip Dust Brothers soundtrack.

Earth is a beautiful documentary film in the tradition of old Disney classics that tell a story using footage of nature. The team behind “Planet Earth” captures the migration paths of four animal families in stunning cinematography perfect for HD. James Earl Jones and Patrick Stewart narrate.