Love is in the air with new DVD releases scheduled to hit stores on Nov. 28.
• “I Do … Until I Don’t”: At its gooey center, “I Do … Until I Don’t” is like vanilla cake. It is sweet and will fill a hunger for something light, but generally there’s nothing that memorable about it. Writer/director Lake Bell’s examination of marriage as a tradition does little to go past the norm when it comes to the arguments about whether it is good or bad to tie any kind of knot.
What gives Bell’s recipe for romantic fun a flavor boost is a first-rate cast that includes Ed Helms, Mary Steenburgen, Paul Reiser, Amber Heard, Wyatt Cenac and Dolly Wells. Each performer adds their own brand of silly seasoning to the mixture and the product that was once vanilla develops some rich textures.
• “The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: Stars Hollow was not quite the same for almost a decade. There was no quick exchange of witty banter. No late-night mother-daughter chats. No rants about cellphones in the diner. After seven seasons and 154 episodes of watching the lives of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore unfold among family and friends, “Gilmore Girls” came to an end.
The voices came back via Netflix in the four-part series told through 90-minute chapters, each spanning one season: winter, spring, summer, fall. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel headline the returning cast that features some very familiar faces to fans of the show.
Also on DVD
• “Act of Vengeance”: Man who puts work before family goes on a quest to avenge the death of his wife and daughter. Antonio Banderas stars.
• “Rememory”: Body of a scientist is found shortly after the unveiling of his device that can extract, record and play a person’s memories. Peter Dinklage stars.
• “Candy Apple”: Double-amputee punk rocker moves in with his adult son and the two fight their demons.
• “Harmonium”: Director Koji Fukada’s film about the collapse of a seemingly ordinary Japanese family.
• “M.F.A.”: Struggling art student finds the passion she needs to make her work better after killing her rapist.
• “The War Show”: Road movie captures the fate of a nation, Syria, through the lens of a small circle of friends.
• “Lost in Paris”: Woman’s orderly life is disrupted by a letter from her 88-year-old aunt. Fiona Gordon stars.
• “Gun Runners”: An examination of the American Dream as it unfolds in Kenya.
• “Logan Lucky”: Jimmy Logan comes up with a plan to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Channing Tatum, Adam Driver star.
• “Tulip Fever”: Artist and his lover (Alicia Vikander) start buying and selling tulip bulbs to raise the money they need to escape Amsterdam.
• “Woodshock”: Kirsten Dunst portrays a young woman spiraling downward in the wake of a profound loss.