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New on Home Video: "How Do You Know," "The Tourist, ""Yogi Bear"



    It's a slow week on the home video front (and it's gonna get slower still), but incredibly we've got four films from 2010 that were almost universally trashed by critics.

    How Do You Know
    Reese Witherspoon steps into a rom-com triangle with Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson for director James L. Brooks ("As Good As it Gets"). Now available on Blu-ray and DVD,read our home video review and watch the trailer

    Spaceships descend from the sky over Los Angeles and begin harvesting humans via a giant tractor beam. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD,watch the trailer

    The Tourist
    Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp try their best to recapture the magic of old timey films like "Charade," but fall well sort in this international crime caper. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Yogi Bear
    Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake lend their vocal talents to Yogi and Boo-Boo, respectively in one of the most reviled films of 2010, a live action-CGI hybrid about your favorite pic-a-nic basket stealing bear. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read out theatrical review

    "The Tourist"

    [NATL] "The Tourist"
    Johnny Depp plays a regular guy who travels across Europe in the hopes of getting over a broken heart, only to find himself ensnared by super spy Angelina Jolie in some crazy international intrigue.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010)

    Stand by Me
    Wanna feel old? It's the 25th Anniversary edition of this '80s classic with one of the more bizarre-in-retrospect casts of all time: River Phoenix (deceased), Corey Feldman (washed-up, in and out of rehab), Kiefer Sutherland (TV action hero), Jerry O'Connell (got buff, married one of the hottest woman in Hollywood), Wil Wheaton (annoyed the crap out of everyone as Jordie on "Star Trek," disappeared for a while only to re-emerge as an Internet geek celeb/godhead) and Oscar-winner Richard Dreyfuss. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer