“The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared” (R, 115 minutes, Music Box Films): The highest-grossing Swedish film of all time. Based on the international bestseller of the same name by Jonas Jonasson, which has sold more than 6 million copies worldwide. In English and Swedish with English subtitles. Contains profanity and some violence. Extras include making-of featurette, cast and crew interviews, trailer.
“Little Boy” (PG-13, 107 minutes, Universal): A 7-year-old boy (Jakob Salvati) is willing to do whatever it takes to bring his father (Michael Rapaport) home from World War II. Also stars Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson, Kevin James. Contains violence and some disturbing images. Extras include deleted scenes and animated short “Snack Attack.”
Also: “Blood Cells” ( British drama), “Bottoms Up” (documentary examines buttocks enhancement), “Catching Faith” (faith-based family drama), “Ejecta” (two men fight an alien invasion), “5 to 7” (romantic comedy), “It Happened Here” (documentary about sexual assault on college campuses), “Lambert & Stamp” (documentary about Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, who discovered and managed The Who), “The Riot Club” (dark drama about an Oxford University dining club), “The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe” (Lifetime movie dramatizing the life of the movie icon), “The Seventh Dwarf” (CG-animated musical mash-up of classic fairy tales), “Vendetta” (action thriller starring Dean Cain), “Z Storm” (Hong Kong crime thriller).
Television series: “The Blacklist: The Complete Second Season” (three-disc set with all 22 episodes), “Mike & Molly: The Complete Fifth Season” (three-disc set with 22 episodes), “Rookie Blue: Season Five, Volume One “ (three-disc set), “The Royals: The Complete First Season” (three-disc set with 10 episodes), “Welcome Back, Kotter: The Final Season.”