Here’s a brief look at new Blu-rays hitting shelves this week:
- The Intouchables [Blu-ray] – $24.99 (31% off)
- Lay the Favorite [Blu-ray] – $18.86 (37% off)
- Playing for Keeps (+UltraViolet Digital Copy) [Blu-ray] – $19.99 (44% off)
- Red Dawn (Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy) – $22.99 (43% off)
- Schindler’s List 20th Anniversary Limited Edition (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet) – $22.99 (34% off)
- Wreck-It Ralph (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD + Digital Copy) – $27.99 (44% off)
- Wreck-It Ralph (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) – $19.99 (50% off)
Hit the jump for special features details for the aforementioned new releases.
This French film was a massive hit overseas, but the domestic Blu-ray release is incredibly light on extras. The only bonus features included here are five deleted scenes.
Director Stephen Frears’ comedy was critically derided upon its release, and thus the Blu-ray is pretty bare bones with a collection of deleted scenes standing as the only extras.
The romantic comedy’s Blu-ray release comes with 10-minutes of deleted scenes, a short 8-minute featurette on the making of the film, and an even shorter featurette’s on the pic’s cast.
This remake takes the cake as far as thin extras goes. There are literally zero supplements included on the disc.
Those looking for any kind of retrospective or new documentary on this anniversary Blu-ray release of the Steven Spielberg classic will be disappointed, but the disc does include some supplements from the previous DVD release including the 80-minute documentary “Voices from the List” which features heartbreaking first-hand testimony from Holocaust survivors. The other two extras are a five-minute featurette on Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation and a promo for the online app IWitness.
Disney’s video game-inspired animated film comes with quite a few fascinating extras, including a 17-minute featurette that covers the making of the film, 14 minutes of alternate and deleted scenes, commercials for the film’s video games, and a neat feature in which any time the movie is paused, Chris Hardwick pops up to discuss the various in-jokes and references to vintage video games that are found in the movie. Also included is the incredible short film Paperman in full.