THE REMAINS OF THE DAY: SPECIAL EDITION Anthony Hopkins(Columbia TriStar, PG, DVD) Merchant Ivory’s tale of repression glows on DVD. A-

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO Omar Sharif (Warner, PG-13, DVD) David Lean’s epic tale of winter in Russia never looked so wide-screen splendid. A-

UNDER THE SAND Charlotte Rampling (Fox Lorber, unrated) A haunting and heart-wrenching story about loss, grief, and delusion. A-


AMERICA’S SWEETHEARTS (Columbia TriStar, PG-13) It’s got Julia Roberts, John Cusack, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Billy Crystal. Does the plot really matter?

THE ART OF BUSTER KEATON (Kino, unrated) The silent clown’s most popular works and rare gems are featured in this 11-disc boxed set.

DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (Universal, PG) Basically, director Ron Howard paints Jim Carrey green and turns him loose.

THE MATRIX REVISITED (Warner, unrated) A making-of documentary jam-packed with a virtual slew of whoa-inducing Matrix arcana.

THE PLANET OF THE APES: THE COMPLETE TV SERIES (Fox, unrated) No monkeying around, this four-disc edition has all 14 episodes. (Yes, there was a TV series.)