Film DVD round-up: Midnight in Paris, One Day, Tyrannosaur and Friends with Benefits

The best releases of the week reviewed and rated by our team

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Midnight in Paris (Cert: 12)
4 stars

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Owen Wilson steps back in time in Woody Allen’s frothy comedy

Formats: DVD

Extras: None (this is a Woody Allen film, after all)

Read our review for Midnight in Paris

One Day (Cert: 12)

3 stars

Will they/won’t they romance with Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess

Formats: DVD and Triple Play (DVD, Blu-ray and digital download)

Extras: Feature commentary with director Lone Scherfig, deleted scenes and several production featurettes

Read our review for One Day

Tyrannosaur (Cert: 18)

5 stars

Bruising, Bafta-nominated British drama about two damaged souls

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Audio commentary from writer/director Paddy Considine and producer Diarmid Scrimshaw, the Bafta-winning short film Dog Altogether (on which Tyrannosaur was based) and ten minutes of deleted scenes

Read our Tyrannosaur review

Friends with Benefits (Cert: 15)

3 stars

Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis are only in it for the sex

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Feature commentary with writer/director Will Gluck and the two stars, out-takes and deleted scenes, while the Blu-ray also includes several production featurettes and a pop-up trivia track

Read our review for Friends with Benefits


Other highlights this week:

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Footloose – Update of the 1980s favourite about a city boy who relocates to a town in the sticks where dancing is outlawed, out on DVD and Blu-ray
I Don’t Know How She Does It – Sarah Jessica Parker juggles a family and career in this comedy, out on DVD and Blu-ray
AlbatrossDVD release for this coming-of-age tale with Downton’s Jessica Brown Findlay and rising star Felicity Jones
Thelma & Louise – Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon hit the road for the first time on Blu-ray
Four Weddings and a FuneralBlu-ray debut for the quintessential 1990s British romcom