Reviews of the latest movies in stores, including ''The Five-Year Engagement,'' ''Safe,'' and others

The Five-Year Engagement (2012, R)
Emily Blunt, Jason Segel In this lively, original, and scattershot-hilarious romantic comedy, the always charming Blunt plays an academic psychologist engaged to a sous chef (Segel). The two want to tie the knot, but can’t seem to figure out how to live in the same city. (Also on iTunes) B+

Safe (2012, R)
Jason Statham, Catherine Chan Statham stars as an ex-New York cop on the run from the Russian Mob with a 12-year-old math whiz. (Also on iTunes) C+

Airport (1970, G)
Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Jacqueline Bisset If you ever wondered what Airplane! was satirizing, this is it: a star-studded, so-lousy-it’s-great hamfest at 30,000 feet. (Also on iTunes) B

Umberto D. (1952, Not Rated)
Carlo Battisti, Maria Pia Casilio Vittorio De Sica’s neorealist tragedy about a penniless old man and his dog is, quite simply, a perfect film. You’ll bawl like a baby. A

Cold Creek Manor (2003, R)
Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone A Manhattan family gives up life in the big city and moves to a country farmhouse, where they’re menaced by a sinister ex-con (Stephen Dorff). Blu-ray debut. C

Coming Soon
Titanic (1997, PG-13)
Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio Everyone’s favorite boy-meets-girl, boat-meets-iceberg epic is heading to Blu-ray. A 9/10

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (2012, PG-13)
Elizabeth Banks, Cameron Diaz Six couples await babies in this skin-deep adaptation of Heidi Murkoff’s famous pregnancy bible. B 9/11

The Five-Year Engagement
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  • 124 minutes