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Covert no more: Argo out on DVD

Well hello there, movie fans. We know you can’t wait to check out the new DVD releases hitting stores this weekend so we threw together a brief roundup to let you know what’s worth your time and your eyes. Check out our top picks below!

1) Argo

Join Ben Affleck, John Goodman and Alan Arkin on the high stakes game of real-life infiltrations that saved six American lives in the Iran hostage crisis of 1979. This one’s a political thriller executed at the best level and features a band of CIA operatives cleverly disguised as a Canadian film crew who risk all to save their fellow countrymen. It’s so bizarre, it just might work. Witty lines, an intelligent plot and Mr. Affleck make this No.1 seat a no-brainer.

Rotten Tomatoes: 96% Fresh

2) Monsters, Inc. 3D

Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and Sully (John Goodman) are bringing home the revamped installment of Disney and Pixar’s wonderful animated monster adventure. This time the scare factory is in 3D, bringing whole new life to the guys and everyone’s favorite human, Boo. Monsters, Inc. 3D is perfect for your whole gang, and just might change your kids’ minds about the “scary” monsters under the bed.

Rotten Tomatoes:  96% Fresh

3) Anna Karenina

Keira Knightley, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Jude Law star in this magnificent adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s timeless novel, featuring an incredible exploration into the depths, trials and pains of love cast in the mysticism of 19th-century Russian aristocracy. Can one affair destroy an entire society?

Rotten Tomatoes: 63% Fresh

4) Sinister

What’s a thriller without the discovery of cursed movies, nightmares and the supernatural? Ethan Hawke commands this twisted portrayal from the same minds that brought us Paranormal Activity and The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

Rotten Tomatoes: 63% Fresh

5) Fun Size

Chelsea Handler and Victoria Justice star in this Nickelodeon teen comedy about a girl looking to impress the school hottie at his massive Halloween party — the only problem is she’s got to keep track of her little brother all the while. How hard could it be, right?

Rotten Tomatoes: 25% Splat

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Photo credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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