New on DVD/Blu-ray: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Robot & Frank, The Sessions, Silent Hill: Revelation, Skyfall

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      DVD/Blu-ray releases for February 12, 2013.

      The Perks of Being a Wallflower  

      Stephen Chbosky adapts his own bestselling book about an introverted teenage boy who deals with a friend’s suicide, feelings of first love, and the struggles of mental illness while coming of age. The Perks of Being a Wallflower stars The Three Musketeers’ Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and We Need to Talk About Kevin’s Ezra Miller.

      Robot & Frank  

      When Hunter (James Marsden) gives his aging father Frank (Frank Langella) a robot caretaker, the last thing he expects is for Frank to return to his old profession as a cat burglar and make his robot his accomplice. Robot & Frank also features Peter Sarsgaard, Susan Sarandon, and Liv Tyler.

      The Sessions  

      In writer-director Ben Lewin’s drama, a man paralyzed from the neck down (John Hawkes) wishes to lose his virginity with the help of a professional sex surrogate (Helen Hunt). The Sessions also stars William H. Macy and Rhea Perlman.

      Silent Hill: Revelation  

      On her 18th birthday, Heather (X-Men Origins: Wolverine’s Adelaide Clemens) discovers a demonic alternate reality that explains the horrific nightmares that have haunted her since childhood.


      After the MI6 intelligence agency comes under attack, M (Judi Dench) must rely on James Bond (Daniel Craig) to help her track down Silva (Javier Bardem), a former agent with sinister motives. The Sam Mendes-directed Bond flick features Ralph Fiennes, Albert Finney, 28 Days Later’s Naomie Harris, and Cloud Atlas’ Ben Whishaw.

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