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• The Five-Year Engagement (2-1/2 stars): Director and writer-star of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" reteam for a comedy about an engaged couple (Jason Segel and Emily Blunt) who keep getting tripped up on the long walk down the aisle. Everything goes on a little too long, from a serenade at a wedding to a flirtatious (and unappetizing) food fight to the movie itself, which clocks in at just over two hours.
• "2 Broke Girls: The Complete First Season": Show about two waitresses (Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings) from opposite sides of the track who work and live together.
• "Person of Interest: The Complete First Season": Two men stop crimes before they start.
• "Haven: The Complete Second Season": Emily Rose stars.
• "Fringe: The Complete Fourth Season": Parallel universes continue to collide.
• "Criminal Minds: Season 7": An elite team of FBI profilers tracks twisted lawbreakers.
• "The Good Wife: The Third Season": Julianna Margulies stars.
• "Korn: The Path of Totality Tour: Live at the Hollywood Palladium": Recorded Dec. 6, 2011.
• "Young James Herriot": A look at the early life and education of the British author and vet.
• "Grey's Anatomy: Complete Eighth Season": Includes the cast-changing season-ender.
• "Safe": Mixed martial arts cage fighter (Jason Statham) rescues a scared young girl.
• "Cloudstreet": Adapted by Tim Winton from his novel.
• "R.L. Stine: Haunting Hour Volume 1 and 2": Both DVDs feature tales from the master of scary stories for kids.
• "Holy Flying Circus": Behind the scenes of Monty Python and the Flying Circus.
• "White Vengeance": Two brothers fight for supremacy during the fall of the Qin Dynasty.
• "High School": Teen rebellion comedy starring Adrien Brody.
• "The Magic School Bus: The Complete Series": Contains all 52 episodes.
• "8:46": A look at how events of 9/11 touched lives.
-- PG staff and Rick Bentley, McClatchy Newspapers
First Published September 6, 2012 12:00 am