Gran Torino

*** (Warner Home Video, '08) $28.98. 116 mins. A tough Korean War veteran reluctantly reforms his wayward Southeast Asian neighbor. With Clint Eastwood, Brian Haley, Christopher Carley. R (profanity, some violence)

The International **1/2 (Sony Pictures, '09) $28.96. 180 mins. While investigating an international arms-dealing ring, an Interpol agent and a Manhattan assistant district attorney discover the murder plots of a powerful bank. With Clive Owen, Naomi Watts, Brian F. O'Byrne. R (sequences of violence and profanity)

Crossing Over **1/2 (Weinstein Co., '09) $19.98. 113 mins. An Immigration and Customs officer becomes emotionally involved in the case of an illegal mother and her young child. With Harrison Ford, Sean Penn, Ashley Judd, Ray Liotta. R (pervasive profanity, some strong violence and sexuality/nudity)

Nobel Son **1/2 (20th Century Fox, '07) $19.98. 110 mins. A Nobel Prize-winning chemist with a large ego refuses to pay ransom to have his kidnapped son returned. With Ted Danson, Danny DeVito, Eliza Dushku, Ernie Hudson. R (violence, profanity, some sexuality and nudity)

Stars: **** Excellent; *** Good; ** Fair; * Poor. Videos without stars were not reviewed by The Inquirer. MPAA ratings: Motion Picture Association of America ratings are included for titles that received them. If the title was reviewed by The Inquirer, further parental warnings (violence, nudity, etc.) are included. (CC): Closed-captioned.

- Compiled by Lloylita Prout

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