Sometimes the label of "Sundance favorite" can be a detraction - sometimes it means an obscure, hard-to-grasp indie film with a target audience of film students and snobs. "Like Crazy," which won the Grand Jury Prize Dramatic and a Special Jury Prize for star Felicity Jones, is a touching story about a U.S. college student (Anton Yelchin) who falls in love with a British student (Jones). The Brit decides to ignore her expired visa and stick around to be with her love. She eventually does return to England, but she's unable to come back to the States because of her earlier illegal stay. What follows is an affecting story about a couple in the midst of relationship turmoil. (DVD, $29.99; Blu-ray, $39.99)
The nanny returns
'Happily Divorced: Season 1'
It's the first season of Fran Drescher's new TV Land sitcom, in which she plays a woman who gets a divorce after her husband (played by John Michael Higgins) comes out as gay. (DVD, $22.99)
So ... they remade the 1984 banned-dancing Kevin Bacon favorite. No, I'm not sure why. (DVD, $29.99; Blu-ray, $44.99)
Director Tarsem Singh - known for making visually spectacular movies such as "The Cell" - takes his turn at epic Greek mythology with the story of Theseus (the future Superman, Henry Cavill) taking on the crazed King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke). (DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.99; Blu-ray 3-D/Blu-ray combo, $49.99)
You've been to the NYC nabe, now check out this thriller set there about a reclusive woman and a murder. Starring Selma Blair, Amy Smart, Jason Lee, Kevin Pollak, Beau Bridges and Robert Guillaume. (DVD, $19.98; Blu-ray, $26.98)
'Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales: Complete Collection'
"Get Smart" star Don Adams lends his voice to the hat-wearing penguin in this classic 1960s animated series. (DVD, $49.97)
'Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season'
Stop whatever you're doing and immediately watch HBO's amazing fantasy masterpiece. (DVD, $59.99; Blu-ray, $79.98)
New to Blu
'To Catch a Thief'
This 1955 Alfred Hitchcock film about a retired jewel thief, starring Grace Kelly and Cary Grant, lands on Blu-ray. (Blu-ray, $22.99)
Stop me, please
'Jack and Jill'
I have not seen this Adam Sandler film in which he plays both a brother and a sister, and I'd like to keep it that way. But let's face it: One rainy day it'll be playing on TBS 24/7 and I'll break down and watch it. That's how I've come to see "Big Daddy" 15 times. I need an intervention. (DVD, $30.99; Blu-ray, $35.99; DVD/Blu-ray combo, $40.99)
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