New on Home Video: “Gnomeo & Juliet,” “I Am Number 4” & “The Scenesters”

This week brings one of the worst animated films of recent memory, a hunky teen alien, a half-mad visionary, a clown doctor, a classic New Yorker, a pair of straight-to0video films, and a surprisingly clever and funny thriller.

Gnomeo & Juliet
Two teams of garden gnomes star in this retelling of William Shakespeare's "Rome & Juliet," while a bunch of old Elton John songs play in the background--it's as bad as it sounds. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

I Am Number Four
Alex Pettyfer ("Beastly"), Vanessa Hudgens, Neil Patrick Harris and one of the Olsen twins star in the modern retelling of "Beauty and the Beast." Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Transcendent Man
A documentary look at Ray Kurtzweil, the controversial visionary who wants to live forever and thinks we're all heading for "The Singularity," where we all share one giant hive-mind. Watch the trailer

Childrens Hospital: Complete First & Second Seasons
Rob Corddry is the driving force behind this hospital-based soap opera spoof. Co-stars Ken Marino, Megan Mullaly, Malin Akerman and Henry Winkler. Watch the trailer

Public Speaking
From director Martin Scorsese comes this documentary about one of New York City's most famed raconteurs, Fran Lebowitz. Watch the trailer

The Big Bang
Antonio Banderas stars in this straight-to-video movie about a private detective on the hunt for a missing stripper. Watch the trailer

Burning Palms
A comedic look at five interlacing stories set in LA, starring Zoe Saldana, Jamie Chung, Lake Bell, Rosamund Pike and Shannon Doherty. Watch the trailer

The Royal Wedding: William & Catherine
Get the full story on their romance through interviews with friends and family of the newest royal couple.

The Scenesters
A film noir comedy about a serial killer stalking beautiful young hipsters in Los Angeles. Read our review and watch the trailer

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