New DVD releases this week include “Inglourious Basterds.”
“Inglourious Basterds”: A Jewish cinema owner in occupied Paris is forced to host a Nazi movie premiere, where a radical group of American Jewish soldiers plans to roll out a score-settling scheme.
“The Hangover”: When three friends finally come to after a raucous night of bachelor-party revelry, they can’t seem to locate their best friend, who’s supposed to be tying the knot.
“G-Force”: When a billionaire sets out to take over the world through a scheme involving household appliances, the U.S. government sends in a squad of highly trained guinea pigs.
“Taking Woodstock”: A twentysomething man finds his life forever changed in the summer of 1969 when he offers up his parents’ motel as a home base for Woodstock organizers.
“The Tudors — Season 3”: King Henry VIII romances third wife Jane Seymour and ruthlessly quashes an uprising of rebels in the third season of Showtime’s historical drama.
Next week: “District 9,” “(500) Days of Summer”
“The Element of Freedom,” Alicia Keys: 12-time Grammy winner releases her fourth studio album, featuring the lead single “Doesn’t Mean Anything.”
“Definitive Collection,” Donny Osmond: Former teen idol capitalizes on his recent “Dancing With the Stars” victory by releasing a collection of his 18 biggest hits.
Next week: “Stronger With Each Tear,” Mary J. Blige
“Too Much Money,” Dominick Dunne: Late novelist’s final book is a sequel to 1988’s “People Like Us,” based on Dunne’s experiences as a society crime reporter.
“Witch and Wizard,” James Patterson: Best-selling thriller author teams up with Gabrielle Charbonnet for a new series about political and cultural oppression.
Next week: “Hidden Empire,” Orson Scott Card