David Dobkin’s The Change-Up arrived earlier this year following a marketing campaign pitched at the level of an out-of-control air siren, made a couple of bucks at the box office, and was then promptly forgotten about until now, when the film hit DVD and Blu-ray. Admit it: you didn’t even remember this film came out this year until you saw the title of this review. You probably didn’t bother seeing it in theaters, but if you did, you’ve blocked it from your memory. Now that it’s available on home video, you’ve got the option of either A) reliving the magic, or B) seeing Dobkin’s film for the very first time. Should you? Find out after the jump, folks.