Sherlock returns, Lucas backs something not Star Wars, and Daniel Radcliffe has his first post-Harry Potter outing; get a peek at this week's new and notable releases.
Sherlock: Season Two
Red Tails
The Woman in Black
This Means War
Lethal Weapon: The Complete Collection
Simply Red: Live at Montreux 2003
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Lethal Weapon: The Complete Collection

Murtaugh may be too old for this sh*t, but you’re probably not too old to own this entire franchise on Blu-ray. The set bundles all four movies, which is nice considering that 3 and 4 have yet to hit the high-def format.

The original Lethal Weapon has a 1.85:1 aspect ratio, with the rest getting 2.39:1. All four films also have a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track and plenty of extras. The 5-disc package has commentary for each film, deleted scenes, and a few featurettes across the set. There’s also a whole extra disc for the four-part doc titled, “I’m Too Old for This Sh*t: Lethal Weapon and the Hollywood Monster It Created.”

Rating: NR
Runtime: 476 minutes
Total Number of Discs: 5
Studio: Warner Bros.

Read more: Blu-ray Picks for the Week of May 22, 2012