Twilight's star-crossed lovers Edward and Bella (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) tie the knot in this installment, but their idyllic honeymoon is interrupted when they discover that vampires can, in fact, impregnate humans. Bella is willing to do anything to protect the life of her baby, Edward will do anything to save Bella, and Jacob tries to keep his wolfpack at bay. The movie goes quickly from cheesily romantic to surprisingly graphic, but the film is very loyal to the book. DVD extras include a six-part making-of documentary, a wedding video, a Jacob featurette, and a commentary track with the director.
Harold and Kumar (John Cho and Kal Penn) reunite for this holiday-themed sequel, the third part in their drug-fueled comedy series. This time, the guys have grown apart (Harold is now a husband in the suburbs while Kumar is a slacker in the city), but Christmas Eve hijinks force them to work together and grow close again. The boys — and Neil Patrick Harris — are as raunchy as ever, but this installment is as funny as the original, and festive to boot. DVD extras include deleted scenes.
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This historical drama theorizes that all of William Shakespeare's work was written by another, uncredited author: Elizabethan courtier Edward de Vere (Rhys Ifans). The conspiracy theory explores the life of de Vere and offers a political explanation for why he had to give up his claim to the writing. DVD extras include a commentary track with the director and a “Who Is the Real William Shakespeare?” featurette.