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Rewind: Harry Potter's back in time for the big finale

Daniel Radcliffe stars in

Daniel Radcliffe stars in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1." Photo Credit: Handout

‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1’
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1” marks the final countdown to the big confrontation with you-know-who, and things are getting dark for Harry. The regular DVD has some additional scenes, but hardcore Potter fans ought to pick up the combo edition, which has added features — including video of a round of golf with some of the cast and the interactive maximum movie mode. Catch up now so you’re ready for Part 2, coming to theaters on July 15. (Out Friday, DVD, $28.98; Blu-ray, $29.98; Blu-ray/DVD combo, $35.99)

‘The Incredibles’
The wonderful Pixar animated-superhero film makes its Blu-ray debut with this packed set that includes new features, such as a roundtable talk, interviews and a behind-the-scene look at the story artists. (Four-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo, $45.99)

‘Country Strong’
Gwyneth Paltrow stars as a country-music singer in this drama — but we’d rather just watch her episodes of “Glee.” (DVD, $28.95; Blu-ray, $34.95)

‘The BBC Tudors Collection’
Do you like ultra-British costume dramas? Look no further than this box set, which includes the BBC’s “The Shadow of the Tower,” “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” and “Elizabeth.” (DVD, $149.98)

‘Behind the Burly Q’
Don’t let the film “Burlesque” turn you off this documentary about the history of these bawdy live shows in the United States. (DVD, $27.95)

‘The Third Reich’
This set collects the History Channel’s two-part series about the Third Reich — it’s rise and its fall — which features loads of rare footage. (DVD, $24.95)

‘Summer in Genoa’
Oscar-winner Colin Firth stars in this direct-to-DVD Michael Winterbottom film made a few years back, about a man dealing with the death of his wife and its effect on his daughters. Bet they wish they could release this in the theaters now. (DVD, $24.98)

 

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