Moviefone's Blu-ray Pick of the Week "Total Recall" (1990) - Mind-Bending Edition What's It About? Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this sci-fi-action classic as an ordinary Earth-bound man, living in the not-too-distant future, who realizes he once lived as a deadly secret agent. Now he must try to figure out which memories are real, and which ones are fake, while being chased all the way to Mars. See It Because: Director Paul Verhoeven is one of the most unique action directors of all time, and now you get to see his wacked-out depiction of life on Mars in glorious high definition. Also, if you're planning on checking out the Colin Farrell-led "reimagining" of the film over the weekend, this revamped edition of the 1990 version is a perfect precursor, as it comes loaded with special retrospective and behind-the-scenes features, explaining why "Recall" has remained so popular.
New on DVD and Blu-ray "126.96.36.199" What's It About? This sexy British crime thriller starring a group of young girls (including American Emma Roberts) who get caught up in a diamond heist isn't as clever as it thinks it is, and is really just an excuse to get the cast in its underwear as much as possible. See It or Skip It: Skip it.
"ATM" What's It About? Young sexy co-workers get trapped in an ATM vestibule and terrorized by a mysterious, hooded killer who will either let the freezing cold weather do them in, or finish the job himself. Horror movies need to constantly find new ways to be scary, but this is just silly and run-of-the-mill. See It or Skip It: Skip it. (Also Available on Redbox DVD & Blu-ray | Amazon Instant Video)
"Hatfields & McCoys" What's It About? The epic Civil War family feud gets a fantastic new re-telling with this TV mini-series starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. See It or Skip It: See it.
"Le Havre" (Criterion Collection) What's It About? An old shoe-shiner with an ailing wife, living in a small coastal town, takes in a young African refugee and hides him from the police. It's a sweet film, filled with quirky humor, and it won top honors at 2011's Cannes Film Festival. See It or Skip It: See it, if you don't mind subtitles.
"LOL" What's It About? This Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore-led romantic drama set in high school uses Facebook status updates to tell its tone-deaf story. If you're interested in listening to Cyrus offer lifeless "no duh" philosophy on life, then this is the movie for you! See It or Skip It: Skip it. (Also Available on Redbox | Amazon Instant Video)
"We the Party" What's It About? It nobly attempts to be an "authentic" look at urban youths attending a diverse Los Angeles high-school, but it ends up feeling like a hip hop-inspired "after school special." Also, Snoop Dogg is in this for some reason. See It or Skip It: Skip it. (Also Available on Redbox)
New to Blu-ray "Body and Soul" (1947)
"Force of Evil" (1948)
The "Forever Marilyn" Collection ("Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" | "How to Marry a Millionaire" | "The Misfits" | "River of No Return" | "The Seven Year Itch" | "Some Like It Hot" | "There's No Business Like Show Business")
"La Grande Illusion"