"127 Hours"

“127 Hours”

March 1

$16 (DVD), $24 (Blu-ray)


Based on a mind-blowing true story, the film follows a fateful week in the life of Aron Ralston (James Franco), who gets trapped between a rock and a hard place while trekking a canyon in Utah. The rock: an actual boulder. The hard place: sawing off his arm with a pocket knife. One man’s will to live takes center stage in another triumph from Danny Boyle, director of “Slumdog Millionaire” and “Trainspotting.”

“Due Date”

Feb. 22

$17 (DVD), $25 (Blu-ray)


Peter (Robert Downey Jr.) is desperate to get home for the birth of his child. Unfortunately, his only way of getting there is with Ethan (Zach Galifianakis, with a perm). The odd couple tears up a good chunk of America in another hilarious road trip from director Todd Phillips.


Feb. 25

$17 (DVD), $28 (Blu-ray)


A brilliant villain who came to Earth from a distant planet, Megamind (Will Ferrell) must use his powers for good when Metro City is attacked by Tighten (Jonah Hill). Tina Fey, Brad Pitt and David Cross also lend vocal powers to this DreamWorks family adventure.

“Get Low”

Feb. 22

$18 (DVD), $25 (Blu-ray)


A thousand stories have swirled about Felix Bush (Robert Duvall). Before he dies, the mysterious hermit and a clever mortician (Bill Murray) throw a funeral party so Bush can set the record straight.

“Love & Other Drugs”

March 1

$17 (DVD), $25 (Blu-ray)


Charming salesman Jamie (Jake Gyllenhaal) meets free spirit Maggie (Anne Hathaway). Their rocky, rambunctious relationship develops in this smart, intriguing rom-com.