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New on Home Video: "King's Speech," "Rabbit Hole" & "The Way Back"

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New on Home Video: "King's Speech," "Rabbit Hole" & "The Way Back"

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A bomb, a Best Picture winner, an overlooked gem, a ponderous exercise in navel-gazing, a great story poorly told and few others are on offer for your home viewing this week.

Gulliver's Travels
Jack Black and Jason Segel co-star in one of the most poorly reviewed big-budget films of 2010, a modern take on Jonathan Swiftst's classic tale about a normal-sized man who washes up on an island populated by comparatively teeny-tiny people. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

The King's Speech
The reigning Best Picture winner, stars Best Actor Colin Firth as a monarch who must overcome a lifelong stammer if he is to ably lead his nation into WW II. Co-stars Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Rabbit Hole
One of last year's overlooked gems, stars Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart as a couple trying to deal with their grief over their four-year-old son's death. Directed by John Cameron Mitchell and adapted for the screen by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Somewhere
Stephen Dorff and Elle Fanning star in writer-drector Sofia Coppola's film about a girl left to stay with her layabout movie-star dad, a man hopelessly ill-equipped to confront raising himself, much less a child. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

The Way Back (out Friday)
Ed Harris, Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan star in this film based on the tru story of a group of men who escaped a Siberian gulag and set out to walk--yes, walk--to India. Now available on Blu-ray, read our home-video review and watch the trailer

Bambi
One of the film's that made Disney Disney, the story of a young deer trying to find his way in the wild. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

If God Is Willing and da Creek Don't Rise
Spike Lee's follow-up to his 2006 award-winning documentary, "When the Levees Break: A Requiem in Four Acts," abou the rebuilding of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

The Ernie Kovacs Collection
Ask someone over 60 about Ernie Kovacs, one of the forgotten geniuses of the early days of televison. Now available on Blu-ray, watch a clip of the man at work

Duplex with Bonus Feature: Fifty Pills
Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore star as a young couple in Brooklyn eager for their neighbor to die so they can by her apartment and add it to their own home. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

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