A rather lame “we’ve seen all this before” reunites Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler in a brainless mystery-comedy
A boy strikes up a friendship with a giant robotic weapon in this heartfelt late ’90s animated classic.
The trio of dimwits returns for more revenge on their employers in Horrible Bosses 2
Jennifer Aniston stars in the reasonably entertaining adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s The Switch, Life of Crime, by writer/director Daniel Schechter, out now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate
Jennifer Aniston is a sexy fake mom in the offbeat, road trip comedy We’re the Millers, now on Blu-ray
Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Jason Sudeikis hit Blu-ray in We’re the Millers this November.
This second season of Friends finds Ross and Rachael’s romance heating up and the cast really settling into their roles.
The One Where it All Began is broken out from the big box set with UltraViolet added, but nothing else in this individual season set.
Edward Burns has hit all the right emotional connections in his best work, She’s The One, now on Blu-ray courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
The One Where Every Episode of Friends Arrives on Blu-ray from Warner, but without the extended editions available on DVD and with middling HD video quality.