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This Week on Home Video: "Eat Pray Love" Among the "Expendables"

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    A healthy dose of estrogen, a shot of testosterone, a great indie thriller, some classic Mickey Rourke, some fear-mongering, some narcissism...

    "Countdown to Zero"
    Director Lucy Walker presents a documentary arguing that the nuclear war is a greater threat now  than it was during the Cold War, as proliferation, terrorism and other realities have imperiled the world's safety. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    "The Disappearance of Alice Creed"
    A tense three-character thriller featuring standout performances from Gemma Arterton and Eddie Marsan, that marks the promising debut of first-time director J Blakeson. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our interview with director J Blakeson and watch the trailer

    "Eat Pray Love"
    If you're a dude or one of the many readers who found Elizabeth Gilbert to be a whiny, self-indulgent yuppie, the film adaptation of "Eat Pray Love" could probably be re-titled "Sit Bored Leave." Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read the rest of our review and watch the trailer

    "The Expendables"

    [NATL] "The Expendables"
    Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Terry Crews, Jet Li and Randy Couture are a team of mercenaries out to liberate a small Latin American island from the grips of a puppet dictator and his ex-CIA backer.

    "The Expendables"
    There's an exchange early in the film between Stallone and Statham that pretty much says it all:

    Stallone: What's wrong with this picture?
    Statham: Everything.

    Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read the rest of our review and watch the trailer

    "Flipped"
    From writer-director Rob "Meathead" Reiner is this coming-of-age story about young love. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    "I'm Still Here"
    This faux documentary chronicles Joaquin Phoenix's "retirement" from acting to pursue an career as a rapper. Yawn. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    "Angel Heart"/"Johnny Handsome" (Two-pack)
    Sometimes it's nice to remember that before the boxing, the IRA flag-waving, the plastic surgery, the steroids and "The Wrestler," Mickey Rourke was one of Hollywood's most promising and fascinating talents. Now you can see two of his best from early in his career, before the crazy took over.

    "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"/"Total Recall"
    If your kids refuse to believe you when you tell them the governor of California was once a killing machine, tuck this under their pillows.