Film DVD round-up: Taken 2, Anna Karenina, Hotel Transylvania and Untouchable

In this week’s releases: Liam Neeson is snatched, Keira Knightley is smitten, Dracula is distressed and a paralysed man is set free


Taken 2 (Cert: 15)
3 stars


He will look for you, he will find you, and he will kill you

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: The DVD includes the theatrical and an extended cut of the film, while the Blu-ray adds deleted scenes, an alternative ending, a picture-in-picture feature plus a look at the hardware Neeson’s character uses in the film

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Anna Karenina (Cert: 12)
2 stars

Joe Wright’s take on the tragic Russian ménage à trois

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: The Blu-ray features an audio commentary with Joe Wright, seven deleted scenes and a handful of featurettes examining various aspects of the production

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Hotel Transylvania (Cert: U)
2 stars

Adam Sandler voices an overprotective vampire dad

Formats: DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-Ray (includes standard Blu-ray)

Extras: Film-makers’ commentary, deleted scenes, cartoon short Goodnight Mr Foot, a Becky G music video (and a look at its making), plus a link to online games. The Blu-ray also adds featurettes looking at the voice casting, the creation of the hotel plus “progression reels” that offer an insight into the animation process.

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Untouchable (Cert: 15)
4 stars

Bafta-nominated Gallic charmer about a man and his carer

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras:  Five (very brief) deleted scenes


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