Moviefone's Blu-ray Pick of the Week "Repo Man" Criterion Collection What's It About? Uh well.... Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton star in this 1984 punk classic as a pair of repossession agents that race against rival thugs and government agents to locate a classic Chevy Malibu that may or may not have dead radioactive aliens locked in the trunk. See It Because: This new edition is a smorgasbord of '80s counter-culture movie history -- with new video interviews featuring the cast and crew and legendary rocker Iggy Pop, along with comics, essays, and commentary.
New on DVD & Blu-ray "Dragon" What's It About? A plot that is very similar to "A History of Violence" gets transplanted into early 20th century China and replaces the gun battles with kung fu; the dramatic scenes drag on, but the action is impressive. In or Out: IN.
"The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia" What's It About? The poorly-received imitator of "The Amityville Horror" gets a direct-to-DVD sequel with a younger, more attractive cast, including Chad Michael Murray and Katie Sackhoff In or Out: OUT.
"Iron Man: Rise of the Technovore" What's It About? Tony Stark gets a very PG-13 anime adventure featuring Hawkeye, Black Widow and the Punisher (voiced by "The Walking Dead's" Norman Reedus); "Iron Man" should be the perfect sci-fi vehicle to introduce American audiences to Japanese animation, but this cash-grab is littered with every anime cliche. In or Out: OUT.
"A Monster in Paris 3D" What's It About? A tiny flea that has been grown into a seven foot tall monstrosity -- thanks to the misguided efforts of a cocky scientist and his lovesick assistant -- becomes a night club sensation, in 1910 Paris; this international animated CGI musical (available in both French and English) proves you don't need Disney to deliver funny, colorful pop cartoons. In or Out: IN.
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"Not Suitable for Children" What's It About? A hard-partying slacker (Ryan Kwanten) attempts to find a woman who will bear his child before he undergoes cancer treatment that will render him infertile. It's a well-worn Apatow-esque romantic comedy from Australia, but it's still charming. In or Out: IN.
"Save the Date" What's It About? Allison Brie and Lizzy Caplan star as sisters with differing views on romance in a very indie-hip romantic comedy. There isn't much story underneath the twee packaging, but Brie and Caplan are charming enough that it's worth one viewing. In or Out: IN, but just barely.