Leah Rozen and Jason Lynch
February 13, 2006 12:00 PM

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit ($19.95)

Movies don’t get much more adorable or funny than this stop-motion spectacle, in which cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his trusty dog Gromit track down a mysterious, veggie-chomping intruder terrorizing their town. Extras: Intriguing documentaries about the clay-animated duo and the company that houses them, Aardman Animations; three cute Wallace shorts (but skip the odd, W&G -free short film Stage Fright, which is too creepy for little ones); enjoyable interactive games for kids. (G) Movie: Extras:

Just Like Heaven ($19.95) There’s no way this premise should work: Mark Ruffalo falls for the ghost of a comatose Reese Witherspoon, whose apartment he is subletting. But somehow, the couple’s fizzy chemistry makes Heaven a perfect Valentine’s Day treat. Extras: Run-of-the-mill featurettes and filmmakers’ commentary, but a spoof alternate ending, where things aren’t so Heavenly, is a hoot. (PG-13) Movie: Extras:

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