‘Wrath Of The Titans,’ ’21 Jump Street,’ And More: This Week On Video!

This week in home video releases you can find this year’s Academy Award winner of Best Picture, a Best Foreign Language Film nominee, plus three of this year’s biggest releases.

Find out all about this week’s release on The Video Score!

Pick of the Week


“Bullhead” (2011)
Director: Michael R. Roskam
Cast: Matthias Schoenaerts, Jeroen Perceval, Barbara Sarafian

Story:
A steroid-fueled cattle farmer finds that his decision to do business with the Belgian cattle-hormone mafia could have potentially deadly consequences in this brooding Belgian crime drama that was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Academy Awards.

On the Disc:
The Alamo Drafthouse is once again putting their best foot forward with their second home video release. “Bullhead” is full of worthy extras including a commentary from the director, a make-of documentary, an interview with Schoenaerts, and a booklet with an introduction from Michael Mann.

Reviews:
Rotten Tomatoes: 83%
Metacritic: 68

Where to get it
Amazon: Blu-ray – $15.00, DVD – $14.97
Apple: Digital Download – $14.99 (HD: $19.99)
Netflix Instant: Not Available


“The Artist” (2011)
Director: Michel Hazanavicius
Cast: Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo

Story: Michel Hazanavicius’ stylistically daring, dialogue-free comedy-drama The Artist stars Jean Dujardin as George Valentin, a matinee idol in Hollywood before the dawn of talkies.

On the Disc:
“The Artist” comes with a fun blooper reel and an extended behind the scenes look at the Oscar winner.

Reviews:
Rotten Tomatoes: 98%
Metacritic: 89

Where to get it
Amazon: Blu-ray – $19.96, DVD – $16.96, Digital Download – $14.99, Digital Rental – $3.99
Apple: Digital Download – $14.99 (HD: $17.99)
Netflix Instant: Not available


“21 Jump Street” (2012)
Directors: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Cast: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson

Story:
Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) have the kind of faces that could let them pass for teenagers. Eager to prove themselves as effective policemen, the pair join the Jump Street program and go undercover to investigate a high-school drug ring.

On the Disc:
The disc comes with a ton of behind-the-scenes featurettes, including a look at Johnny Depp’s cameo, plus a commentary from the directors and the stars.

Reviews:
Rotten Tomatoes: 85%
Metacritic: 69

Where to get it
Amazon: Blu-ray – $19.96, DVD – $16.96, Digital Download – $14.99, Digital Rental – $3.99
Apple: Digital Download – $14.99 (HD: $17.99)
Netflix Instant: Not available


“Wrath of the Titans” (2012)
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Cast: Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes

Story:
The epic battle between the Titans and the gods continues in this sequel set ten years after the events in Clash of the Titans, as Perseus (Sam Worthington) descends into the underworld on a mission to rescue Zeus from the clutches of Hades (Ralph Fiennes), Ares (Edgar Ramirez), and Kronos.

On the Disc:
Like all WB releases now, “Wrath of the Titans” comes with Maximum Movie Mode, and there are a ton of behind-the-scenes featurettes.

Reviews:
Rotten Tomatoes: 25%
Metacritic: 37

Where to get it
Amazon: Blu-ray – $w.99, DVD – $14.96, Digital Download – $14.99
Apple: Digital Download – $17.99 (HD: $19.99)
Netflix Instant: Not available


“Mirror Mirror” (2012)
Director: Tarsem Singh
Cast: Julia Roberts, Lilly Collins, Armie Hammer

Story:
The timeless fairy tale Snow White gets a dazzling makeover by visionary director Tarsem Singh in this fantasy adventure starring Oscar winner Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and newcomer Lily Collins as the fair-skinned Princess Snow White.

On the Disc:
The disc offers a few looks at the making of the film, as well as, an interactive storybook and dance-along.

Reviews:
Rotten Tomatoes: 50%
Metacritic: 46

Where to get it
Amazon: Blu-ray – $19.99, DVD – $14.99, Digital Download – $14.99, Digital Rental – $3.99
Apple: Digital Download – $14.99 (HD: $19.99), Digital Rental – $3.99 (HD: $4.99)
Netflix Instant: Not available

The Video Score is your guide to everything you need to know about what’s out this week, all in one place. What’s available? Which formats? Is it streaming? How much will it set you back? We’ll break down the week’s biggest new releases and some smaller ones that deserve your attention. Check back each Tuesday to find out what’s hot that week and where you can catch it all!

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