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New on Home Video: Quintuple Oscar-Winner "Hugo" & More

Martin Scorsese's 3D adventure only the 6th film to win 5 Oscars, but not Best Picture

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    From his home inside the walls of `the Paris subway, the orphaned son of a robot builder tries to unlock the mystery of how a strange girl came to own the key that operates his father's greatest creation. Directed by Martin Scorsese and based on Brian Selznick's "The Invention of Hugo Cabret," it opens Nov. 23. (Published Thursday, Feb 7, 2013)

    Hugo
    From his home inside the walls of the Paris subway station, the orphaned son of a robot builder tries to unlock the mystery of how a strange girl came to own the key that operates his father's greatest creation. Directed by Martin Scorsese and based on Brian Selznick's "The Invention of Hugo Cabret." Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Answers to Nothing
    Dane Cook stars in this indie drama about the search for a missing girl. Watch the trailer

    Anthony Bourdain A Cook's Tour: The Complete Series
    Ex-chef, raconteur and world traveler Anthony Bourdain spans the globe eating pretty much anything the locals put in front of him. Watch the teaser for his visit to Vietnam

    Beneath the Darkness
    A group of teens--led by Amie Teegarden ("Friday Night Lights")--begin to suspect that a recently widowed mortician, played by Dennis Quaid, has lost his marbles. Watch the trailer

    I Melt With You
    Thomas Jane, Rob Lowe, Jeremy Piven and Christian McKay star as four school chums who reunite for a weekend of debauchery that goes terribly wrong as they revisit a pact they made some 20 years ago. Watch the trailer

    Johnny English Reborn
    Rowan Atkinson returns as the world's most bumbling spy, surrounded by a weirdly impressive cast including Rosamund Pike, Dominic West and Gillian Anderson. Watch the trailer

    The Catechism Cataclysm
    A whacked out road-trip comedy about a priest, on leave for telling inappropriate parables, who hunts down his old high school buddy, and convinces him to go canoeing. Watch the trailer

    The Myth of the American Sleepover
    An official selection of Cannes Critics Week and winner of the Special Jury Prize at SXSW,  this indie drama follows four teens in suburban Detroit trying to find their way during the summer's final weekend. Watch the trailer