DVD or Blu-ray? Redbox or Netflix? Streaming? Get your home entertainment options settled before midnight on Saturday, Februrary 11 -- because that's when "Breaking Dawn," the latest installment of "The Twilight Saga," arrives in stores. We've got the highlights and lowlights on the week's new releases, plus an exclusive preview of the Blu-ray debut of Disney's "Lady and the Tramp."

Moviefone's Pick of the Week "Project Nim" What's It About? This documentary from the Academy Award-winning filmmaker behind "Man on Wire" chronicles Nim Chimpsky, a newborn chimp that was raised like a human for a controversial study on linguistics. See It Because: If you're looking for a cute movie about cute animals doing cute things like cute babies, this isn't that movie; instead "Nim" is an honest and captivating look at the complex relationship between man and nature, and the too-simple definitions we try to apply to the animal kingdom. Also Available on Amazon Instant Video

Also New on DVD & Blu-ray "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" (On Saturday, February 11) As if we could ignore it. This is the one where Bella and Edward finally do it. Other stuff happens too. See It or Skip It: It's either your thing, or it isn't. Also Available on Redbox DVD & Blu-ray | Amazon Instant Video

"A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" Because February is the perfect time to watch a Christmas movie; Harold and Kumar go on another adventure involving weed, Neil Patrick Harris and fantastical creatures and somehow find a way to still be funny two sequels in. See It or Skip It: See It Also Available on Amazon Instant Video

"Anonymous" The director who gave you high literature like "2012" and "The Day After Tomorrow" attempts to tackle the conspiracy theory that Shakespeare was a thieving fraud; looks pretty, but is a mess of over-sensationalized claptrap. See It or Skip It: Skip It Also Available on Redbox DVD

"Fireflies in the Garden" Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds, Willem Dafoe and more star in an indie drama about a dysfunctional family reuniting after a tragedy; there's a reason this movie was delayed for three years. See It or Skip It: Skip It Also Available on Redbox DVD

"The Sunset Limited" Tommy Lee Jones directs and co-stars with Samuel L. Jackson in an HBO adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's play; the film is a superbly-acted and intimate character drama about two men debating the nature of god. See It or Skip It: See It

"Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred" The teenage YouTube comedian that makes videos about his hyper alter-ego with the weird voice gets a second movie (this time Halloween-themed) from Nickelodeon; it's sort of sweet in its "for kids, made by kids" attempt, but there's just better options out there. See It or Skip It: Skip It Also Available on Redbox DVD | Amazon Instant Video

New on Redbox "Killer Elite" DVD & Blu-ray

"The Scorpion King 3: Battle For Redemption" DVD & Blu-ray

"There Be Dragons"

"What's Your Number?" DVD & Blu-ray

New on Amazon Instant Video "The Rum Diary" (For Purchase)

"Capitalism: A Love Story"

"Return to Horror High"

New on Blu-ray "Lady and the Tramp" Diamond Edition The romantic classic from Disney arrives on Blu-ray for the first time, with never-before-released footage from the making of the film.

Watch an Exclusive Clip from the "Lady and the Tramp" Diamond Edition

Also Available: "Casino Royale" (1967) "The Cat in the Hat" (2003) "Dangerous Liaisons" "Day of the Dead 3D" "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" "La Jetee / Sans Soleil" Criterion Collection "Love Story" "The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall" 25th Anniversary "A Star is Born" (1937) "Throw Momma From the Train" "Track 29" "Yakuza Weapon"

"Malcolm X" In celebration of Black History month, Spike Lee's biopic arrives on Blu-ray for the first time. The special edition also includes the 1972 Oscar-nominated documentary on Malcolm X.

Watch an Exclusive Clip from "Malcolm X"
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