Twilight (Blu-ray). Some were upset when the high def version was not released simultaneously with the standard. However, it may have made perfect business sense. How many diehards will be buying it again, having bought the standard because they did not want to wait? Interesting. I, on the other hand, will avoid both versions like the plague.
Last Chance Harvey (also- Blu-ray). Not a great movie, but one that seems to tap into an underserved realm of light romantic comedy. It is a movie that does not rely on big laughs or gags, or even the plot (despite its insistent intrusion), and has a nice and easy flow. If you want a little romance and humor, you would do well to spend some time with Harvey and Kate.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Blu-ray). Bueller... Bueller... Bueller... The high school classic is taking a bow on high definition. Will it benefit from the potential image upgrade? Someone will have to let me know.
Dog Soldiers (Blu-ray). Here is a film that every horror fan needs to check out, and if your only experience is with the Sci-Fi presentation (where it made its US debut), you need to see the full thing. This werewolf film is the real deal with strong practical effects and good performances. The Blu-ray is here and it is pretty cheap. No reason not to give it a shot!