* The Adventures of Tintin, a surprisingly fun 3D adventure from Steven Spielberg with all the appropriate nods to Hergé.
* The Artist, a loving and entirely accurate tribute to the silent era of cinema.
* A Dangerous Method, Jung and Freud meet David Cronenberg.
* We Bought a Zoo, an effective new feature from Cameron Crowe...but is it any good?
* The Art of Getting By, a predictable but solid Young Adult story, with fine performances by Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore.
* Behind the Mask, a mid-40s misfire that attempts to turn the popular Shadow radio serials into...light comedy?!
* The Birth of a Nation: Deluxe 3-Disc Edition, D.W. Griffith's historically inaccurate epic is an important piece of cinema, but that doesn't stop it from being racist and boring.
* Crime Story: The Complete Series, the Michael Mann police drama set in the 1960s but made in the 1980s.
* A Farewell to Arms, Frank Borzage's masterfully melodramatic adaptation of Ernest Hemingway.
* Friends with Benefits, not even Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis can make this sex comedy misfire come off as either sexy or funny.
* Incident in an Alley, a middling early 1960s crime film based on a Rod Serling short story.
* Nothing Sacred, a slight bit of entertainment from 1937, directed by William Wellmen and starring Carole Lombard and Frederic March.
* Seven Chances, an hilarious Buster Keaton short where the great comedian plays a man in desperate need of a wife.