The following motion pictures are now available on DVD. ¶¶”Green Lantern,” Warner Home Video, 120 minutes, Rated PG-13 for intense WARNER HOME VIDEORyan Reynolds has the title role in “Green Lantern.”sequences of sci-fi violence and action — Test pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) is given a mysterious ring by an alien whose spacecraft crashed on Earth. Hal soon learns that he has been chosen for membership in the Green Lantern Corps, a group of intergalactic peace officers. While trying to master the ring, Hal has to deal with his feelings for Carol (Blake Lively) and the jealousy of Hector (Peter Sarsgaard), an old friend who’s been victimized by another alien. Add in the threat of Parallax, a mysterious being that feeds on fear, and it’s not long before Hal is convinced that the ring that chose him may have made a mistake. The story is fairly true to the characters from DC comics, but the characters never seem as fully human as they might. Extras on the Blu-ray version include the theatrical version as well as an extended cut, several featurettes and a digital comic book. It’s in stores Friday.X X X “Horrible Bosses,” Warner Home Video, 98 minutes, Rated R for crude and sexualWARNER HOME VIDEOCharlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Jason Bateman star in “Horrible Bosses.” content, pervasive language and some drug material – Three men – Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) – all hate their bosses. Mr. Harken (Kevin Spacey) is a bullying liar who blackmails Nick while Dale is being sexually harassed at the office by Dr. Julia Harris (Jennifer Aniston), who can’t keep her hands off him. Kurt is made a fool of by his new boss (Colin Farrell) and made to perform all the dirty work. Together, they decide to kill their employers and even hire a consultant (Jamie Foxx). This is easily the best comedy to come along since “The Hangover.” Rent it! Special features on the Blu-ray include an extended cut of the film, additional scenes and several featurettes, including one where the stars talk about their worst jobs ever.¶”Zookeeper,” Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 102 minutes, Rated PG for some rude and suggestive humor, and language – Griffin (Kevin James) is in love with Stephanie (Leslie Bibb), but after she dumps him, he retreats into his job. Five years later, she reappears and Griffin is determined to remake himself and win her heart this time around. However, when the animals learn that their favorite zookeeper may be leaving, they decide to break their oath and they start talking to him in order to give him dating and mating tips. It’s a cute comedy, and the voice talents for the animals – Sylvester Stallone, Cher, Adam Sandler and Nick Nolte – raise the film above ordinary. Extras on the Blu-ray include deleted scenes, a blooper reel, three featurettes and a demo of the videogame “Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One.”X X X ¶”Beautiful Boy,” Anchor Bay Home Entertainment, 90 minutes, Rated R for some language and a scene of sexuality — Bill (Michael Sheen) and Kate (Maria Bello) are on the verge of separating when they learn that their son has gone on a rampage at his college. Stunned, they try to make sense of his life – and theirs – in an effort to understand what demons might have driven him to such unspeakable actions. It’s a low-key powerfully acted film that definitely deserves to find an audience. Bonus materials include deleted scenes and an audio commentary.X X X ¶”Arena,” Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 94 minutes, Rated R for strong brutal and bloody violence throughout, graphic nudity and language — After his wife is killed, David Lord (Kellan Lutz) goes on an extended bender. After a rough night in Mexico, Lord is kidnapped and forced into the brutal world of underground of modern gladiators where each fight is a fight to the death. Although the premise is a familiar one, this film manages to give it a different enough spin so that if you like the genre, you won’t regret giving this a look. The cast also includes Samuel L. Jackson, Johnny Messner and James Remar.X XX ¶Best of the Rest: ¶”Devil’s Playground” — A mercenary must find the one woman whose DNA can reverse an experiment that has turned humans into flesh-eating zombies; ¶”Terri” — An off-beat high school principal tries to bring a 15-year-old overweight, social misfit out of his shell; ¶”The Tree of Life” — Film follows the journey of the oldest of three sons, moving from childhood innocence to disillusioned adulthood and attempts to reconcile with his dad;¶”The Trip” — Steve Coogan is asked to tour his country’s finest restaurants, but instead of his girlfriend, he’s accompanied by his annoying best friend;”Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer” – Third-grader Judy is poised to have the best summer ever but when she has to spend it with her aunt, the prospects are dim;”Master Harold … and the boys” – Retelling of Athol Fugard’s drama about the effects of apartheid on a young boy coming of age in South Africa;”Mr. Nice” – Film is based on the life of Howard Meeks, who started out as a middle-class boy from Wales and became one of Britain’s biggest marijuana smugglers;”Submarino” — Two brothers are reunited at their mother’s funeral, and each – haunted by the past – is now following his own path of self-destruction. X X X ¶Also out this week is the first season of “Workaholics” (two discs, $19.99) and the second season of “The League” (two discs, $29.98). Worth mentioning is the British series “without Motive,” released by Acorn Media. The four-disc set ($59.99) focuses on a team of cops determined to bring a serial killer to justice.And for nostalgia lovers, there’s the second season of “Bonanza” (four discs, $42.99) and the fifth season of “Gunsmoke: Volume 1″ (three discs, $36.99).There are some great titles for the youngsters, including “Elmo’s Shape Adventure” ($14.98) and “Caillou’s Holiday Favorites” (three discs, $19.99). And in time for Halloween comes the “Casper the Friendly Ghost Collection” (three discs, $29.93). The set features all 81 cartoons made between 1945 and 1963. The set also contains some nice extras.X XX ¶New Blu-ray titles arriving this week “Green Lantern” (three disc combo, $44.95); “Horrible Bosses” (three discs, $35.99); “Zookeeper” ($35.99); “Beautiful Boy” ($29.99); “Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer” (three discs, $39.99), “Mr. Nice” ($34.98); “Terri” ($29.99) and “Master Harold … and the boys” ($29.97).Catalog titles out include “Last Exit to Brooklyn” ($21.99), “The Bad Seed” ($19.98), “Scrooge” ($24.99) and “The Family Man” ($19.98)And from TV comes the fourth season of “Chuck” (four discs, $69.97), the sixth season of “Bones” ($69.98) and “Ghost Hunters” (three discs, $29.98)X X X ¶Upcoming: “Bad Teacher” and “Freerunner” (Oct. 18); “Captain America” and “Shaolin” (Oct. 25); “Crazy, Stupid, Love” and “Cars 2″ and “Water for Elephants” (Nov. 1); “Change-Up” and “13″ (Nov. 8); “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2″ (Nov.11); “Larry Crowne” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” (Nov. 15); “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World” and “Super 8″ (Nov. 22); “30 Minutes or Less,” “5 Days of War” and “One Day” (Nov. 29); “The Smurfs” and “Friends with Benefits” (Dec. 2); “The Debt,” “Cowboys and Aliens,” “The Help,” “The Hangover: Part II,” “Mangus” and “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” (Dec. 6); “Kung Fu Panda 2″ (Dec. 13).