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Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug"
What's It About? Bilbo (Martin Freeman), Gandalf (Ian McKellen), and the dwarves are back for the second film in this Tolkien cycle. Bilbo goes toe to scaly toe with Smaug, a dragon voiced by Freeman's "Sherlock" co-star Benedict Cumberbatch.
Why We're IN: Even if you don't spring for the fancy Blu-ray set, you'll still get some goodies in this 2-disc package -- including the option to press pause while you take a bathroom break.

Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week
"Wild at Heart"
What's It About? Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern are Sailor and Lula, two crazy, star-crossed lovers in David Lynch's tribute to "The Wizard of Oz," Elvis, road movies, and much more. Sleazy, crazy, and sexy.
Why We're IN: This Blu-ray is packed with extras that are sure to please everyone who's wild at heart.

New on DVD & Blu-ray
"August: Osage County"
What's It About? The seriously dysfunctional Weston clan is reluctantly reunited by the disappearance of patriarch Beverly (Sam Shepard). As Bev's pill-popping wife Violet, Meryl Streep leads a jam-packed cast that includes Julia Roberts, Chris Cooper, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Based on the play by Tracy Letts.
IN or OUT: Fans of the Broadway play might not dig this adaptation, but if you're in the mood for schadenfreude, a trip to "Osage County" will make your family look like the Cosbys.

"Best Night Ever"
What's It About? The guys behind all your "favorite" spoof movies, Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, aim for the "Bridesmaids" crowd with this found-footage mess.
IN or OUT: It's got a whopping 0% on Rotten Tomatoes from the critics who were brave enough to sit through it.

"Grudge Match"
What's It About? Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone play boxers who are lured out of retirement for one last smack down. Kevin Hart co-stars as the boxing promoter behind this grudge match. Alan Arkin reprises his grumpy old man shtick as a boxing trainer.
IN or OUT: Once we would have been psyched to see De Niro and Stallone play busted boxers and rivals. Now, not so much.

"I Am Divine"
What's It About? This new documentary explores the life of drag superstar Divine (aka Harris Milstead), the foul-mouthed of John Waters cult cinema like "Pink Flamingos" and "Hairspray."
EXCLUSIVE: John Waters on Divine's post-fame excesses (VIDEO)
'I Am Divine' - Exclusive Deleted Scene
"Justin Bieber's Believe"
What's It About? It's another supposed biopic about the pop star from director Jon M. Chu, who was also behind 2011's "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never." Why?!
IN or OUT: Strictly for fans. There are still some of those left, right?

"Nurse 3D"
What's It About? Paz de la Huerta is one naughty nurse by night, and things only get gnarlier when she gets all "Single White Female" on a new nurse.
IN or OUT: Fans of cheesy, sexy horror might want to check in.

"Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones"
What's It About? The latest found-footage horror film in the "PA" franchise takes on so-called black magic and witches.
GIVEAWAY: Win the Entire "Paranormal Activity" series on Blu-ray along with a "devil"-ish Easter basket.

EXCLUSIVE: Watch a jump-out-of-your-seat scene from "The Marked Ones" (VIDEO)

New to Blu-ray
"Broadway Danny Rose"
What's It About? Woody Allen stars in this black and white comedy as a Broadway talent agent who gets mixed up in a dangerous love triangle. Allen wrote and directed this fan fave.
IN or OUT: The Blu-ray doesn't offer a ton of extras, but if you're a diehard fan...

"Sabrina" (1954)
What's It About? Billy Wilder directs Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart in this classic romantic comedy about the daughter of a chauffeur and the two rich brothers who grow to fancy her.
IN or OUT: There aren't a ton of extras, but it looks pretty darn good on Blu-ray.

"Used Cars"
What's It About? Kurt Russell stars as a used car salesman caught in the middle of a long-standing rivalry between brothers who own used car dealerships across the street from each other.
IN or OUT: This weird comedy by Robert Zemeckis and co-writer Bob Gale has accumulated quite a number of fans since its 1980 release. The audio commentary and other extras are sure to please.