The Majors: Matt Damon reunites with Bourne series director Paul Greengrass in the Iraq thriller Green Zone. Set during the invasion of Iraq, Damon stars as a soldier who goes rogue in an attempt to get to the bottom of the infamous missing WMDs. Like Three Kings, Green Zone combines the war drama with the action film for an ambitious blend.

Robert Pattinson (Twilight) stars as a college student haunted by his brother’s death, who finds a kindred spirit in Emilie de Ravin (“Lost”) in Remember Me.

The Idiotbox:
Alexander Payne (Election) directed the pilot episode of HBO’s “Hung.” Thomas Jane stars as a broke and divorced high school basketball coach who puts his anatomical gifts to use as a gigolo. The team behind “The Riches” created the dramedy. Anne Heche co-stars. The Complete First Season is now available.

Foreign Fare: A forgotten classic of the French New Wave, Le Combat dans I’île comes newly remastered. The film follows a wealthy scion who joins a right wing terrorist organization plotting assassinations. When his plans go belly up, he falls in with an old pacifist friend and gets caught up in a love triangle. German screen siren Romy Schneider co-stars.

The Sundance award-winning film The Maid is a darkly comic look at a longtime housekeeper’s life and the lengths she goes to defend her territory.

The Vault:

The multitalented Judy Garland shines in A Star is Born (Deluxe Edition). The great George Cukor directs this musical epic, which co-stars James Mason. This new edition comes with over four hours of bonus features.

David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone star in Roger Corman’s cult classic Death Race 2000. The film is set in a dystopian future where contestants compete in cross-country road races where points are awarded for mowing down pedestrians. But one of the stars begins to have second thoughts.

Two rarely seen classics are now available for online order on the Warner Archives Web site: Five Star Final, an incisive newsroom drama starring Edward G. Robinson and Two on a Guillotine, a twist on the haunted house story directed by the Fatman himself, William Conrad.

In Toon: Two Seth MacFarlane animated comedies come to DVD with uncensored and extended episodes. American Dad! Volume 5 follows the adventures of an over-the-top CIA agent and suburban patriarch, and his alcoholic alien friend, Roger. While Peter Griffin and his evil genius baby Stewie set a new standard for random vulgar hilarity and pop culture references in Family Guy, Volume Eight.

Check out the basis for M. Night Shyamalan’s big screen adaptation, the original series Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Complete Book 1. This collector’s edition of the fantasy epic’s first season contains a behind-the-scenes documentary with the creators and a bonus book.

One of the best cartoons of the last 15 years, Johnny Bravo: Season One follows the adventures of a narcissistic rockabilly mamma’s boy with kung fu skills.

Two animation classics come to DVD in new collections. Tom and Jerry: Deluxe Anniversary Collection contains 30 of the cat and mouse duo’s best shorts as well as a retrospective featurette.

Peanuts 1970’s Collection, Vol. 2 features six primetime specials, including What A Nightmare, Charlie Brown! making its DVD debut.

The art of modern animation is on display in two new DVDs. Animation Express, a festival compilation, contains the Oscar-nominated Madame Tutli-Putli.

Mary and Max is a beautiful claymation film with the voice talents of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Toni Collette.

Stranger Than Fiction: Two of America’s greatest living political thinkers sit down for intimate discussions of their political theories in Theory and Practice: Conversations with Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn.

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