Skip Nav
Best of 2017
24 Beloved Shows That Are Ending in 2017
Celine Dion
Celine Dion Hated "My Heart Will Go On" at First, and 13 Other Wild Facts About the Song
Summer
30 Must-Read Summer Books You Need in Your Beach Bag

The Other Guys, The A-Team, and Despicable Me Available on DVD

What to Rent: New DVDs This Week

If you need a break from the holiday movies on TV, why not check out one of these new DVDs? We've got two action-packed flicks left over from Summer, along with a cute family film. Spend your Saturday with one of them, or give them as a gift!

The Other Guys

Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell star as an odd couple cop team who stumble upon a Ponzi scheme led by a shady Wall Street mogul (Steve Coogan). Eva Mendes also appears as Ferrell's knockout homemaker wife. Though the plot gets more muddled as the film goes on, the movie has several hilarious one-liners as Wahlberg and Ferrell play off each other well with zippy put-downs for laughs. Bonus features include two featurettes and deleted and extended scenes.

77%

The A-Team

Army Special Forces members Hannibal (Liam Neeson), Face (Bradley Cooper), B.A. (Quentin "Rampage" Jackson), and Murdoch (Sharlto Copley) are back in this remake of the '80s TV series. This time, the boys get set up by a C.I.A. agent (Patrick Wilson) and must reclaim stolen equipment used for money forging. Jessica Biel costars as a former love interest and Defense Department Captain on the guys' trail. With an onslaught of stunts, explosives, and shootouts, the film is pure entertainment — even if it is ridiculous. Bonus features include an A-Team Theme Mash-Up Montage and audio commentary.

47%

ADVERTISEMENT

One more release when you

.

Despicable Me

Steve Carell lends his voice to Gru, a pointy-nosed villain struggling to prove he has what it takes when another evildoer (Jason Segel) arrives on the scene. To do so, he concocts his latest sinful plot: to steal the moon. When things don't go as hoped, Gru takes in three orphans to carry out his plan — and discovers he has a soft side in the process. The film's sweet message makes this one a great pick for families, as adults and kids alike will adore Gru's clever sidekicks, the yellow Minions. Bonus features include two featurettes and an interactive game.

82%

Around The Web
Join The Conversation
Beautiful Creatures DVD Release Date
Romantic Comedies of 2017
The Hitman's Bodyguard Trailer
Wreck-It Ralph DVD Release Date
Jessica Biel The A-Team Outfits
Simpsons Halloween Episode Makeovers | Video
Spring Breakers DVD Release Date
The Great Gatsby DVD Release Date
Video Movie Reviews For Despicable Me, The Kids Are All Right, and Predators
Despicable Me Movie Review, The Kids Are All Right Movie Review, and Predators Movie Review
From Our Partners
Latest Entertainment
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds