Reviews of the latest movies to hit stores, including ''Shame,'' ''Sleeping Beauty,'' and more


A Trip to the Moon

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Don Juan DeMarco (1995, PG-13)
Johnny Depp, Marlon Brando A suicidal young man who thinks he’s the 17th-century lover Don Juan enchants his shrink. Whimsical and romantic. Blu-ray debut. A-

Sleeping Beauty (2011, Not Rated)
Emily Browning A student is hired as a submissive object of desire for creepy older men. Exploitation tarted up in an art-house wrapper. (Also on iTunes) C

A Streetcar Named Desire (1951, PG)
Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh Brando single-handedly ushers in a new age of acting as the brutish, snarling Stanley Kowalski in Elia Kazan’s adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play. Calling this Blu-ray a ”masterpiece” seems both obvious and inadequate. ”Stella!” A

A Trip to the Moon (1902, G)
Georges Méliès If you were smitten by the silent-movie magic in Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, here’s a chance to see one of cinema pioneer Méliès’ early marvels…on Blu-ray, no less. A

Internal Affairs (1990, R)
Richard Gere, Andy Garcia A sinister, underseen thriller from Mike Figgis about an idealistic cop investigating a corrupt LAPD veteran. Gere’s surprisingly good at being bad. (Available on Netflix instant viewing) B+

Coming Soon
Shame (2011, NC-17)
Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan A Manhattan sex addict’s life spins out of control when his sister pays an unexpected visit. C 4/17

Domain (2012, Not Rated)
Béatrice Dalle, Isaïe Sultan An awkward Parisian student becomes infatuated with his mysterious aunt. B+ 4/17

A Trip to the Moon
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