On Video This Week: 'Indiana Jones,' 'Cabin,' 'The Game' Criterion

Pick of the Week

Indiana Jones

"Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures"

Director: Steven Spielberg

Cast: Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, Karen Allen

Story: For the first time, all four films in the "Indiana Jones" series have been collection on Blu-ray discs.

On the Disc:

The four film are all presented in high-definition, but perhaps the most important aspect of these discs is the fact that the films are presented in their original theatrical version. So no added special effects!


"Raiders of the Lost Ark"

Rotten Tomatoes: 94%

Metacritic: 90

"Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"

Rotten Tomatoes: 85%

Metacritic: N/A

"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"

Rotten Tomatoes: 89%

Metacritic: 65

Where to get it

Amazon: Blu-ray - $64.99, DVD - $76.20

Apple: Not available

Netflix Instant: Available

Cabin Blu

"The Cabin in the Woods" (2012)

Director: Drew Goddard

Cast: Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth


Five friends go to a remote cabin in the woods. Bad things happen.

On the Disc:

The disc comes with a bunch of behind-the-scenes features and a commentary from director and co-writer Drew Goddard and co-writer Joss Whedon.


Rotten Tomatoes: 90%

Metacritic: 72

Where to get it

Amazon: Blu-ray - $19.96, DVD - $15.00, Digital Download - $14.99

Apple: Digital Download - $14.99 (HD: $19.99)

Netflix Instant: Not Available

Game Blu

"The Game" (1997)

Director: David Fincher

Cast: Michael Douglas, Sean Penn


Michael Douglas plays Nicholas Van Orton, a Scrooge-like San Francisco investment banker following in his father's Scrooge-like footsteps. On Nicholas's 48th birthday (the age at which his father committed suicide), his younger, free-spirited brother Conrad (Sean Penn) blows into town and gives Nicholas a special gift for "the man who has everything" -- a ticket to CRS (Consumer Recreation Services), a company that constructs games custom-fit for each participant to provide, as CRS salesman Jim Feingold (James Rebhorn) cryptically puts it, "whatever is lacking.


Rotten Tomatoes: 71%

Metacritic: 61

Where to get it

Amazon: Blu-ray - $24.99

Apple: Digital Download - $9.99 (HD: $14.99), Digital Rental - $2.99 (HD: $3.99)

Netflix Instant: Available

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