Film DVD round-up: Amour, End of Watch, The Bay and more

In 18 March's releases: an intimate study of old age, cop partners fall foul of drugs gangs and there’s something sinister lurking in the water...

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Amour (Cert: 12)
5 stars

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Michael Haneke’s award-winning relationship drama

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: A 25-minute production featurette, an interview with star Jean-Louis Trintignant and an introduction to the film from Haneke’s biographer

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End of Watch (Cert: 15)
3 stars

Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña patrol LA’s streets

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Audio commentary with writer/director David Ayer, 23 minutes of deleted scenes, 15 minutes of interviews with Gyllenhaal and Pena, ten minutes of behind-the-scenes featurettes, plus a half-hour Bafta Q&A 

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The Bay (Cert: 15)
4 stars

Found-footage horror about an eco-disaster

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: An eight-minute production featurette

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Here Comes the Boom (Cert: 12)
3 stars

Kevin James is a teacher by day, cage-fighter by night

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: The DVD includes 15 minutes of deleted scenes, plus a look at the cast and a short gag reel, while the Blu-ray adds five more featurettes that add up to a further 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes content

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My Brother the Devil (Cert: 15)
3 stars

A London teenager is seduced into a life of crime

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Feature commentary from director Sally El Hosaini, six minutes of deleted scenes, plus a short film about the Forgiveness Project charity

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Read our review for My Brother the Devil