"Good Morning America" today shared the top 3 DVDs hitting stores today on Entertainment Weekly's "must see" list.
1. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" 35th Anniversary Edition: Jack Nicholson plays crazy-like-a-fox hellraiser R.P. McMurphy, inciting the patients in a grim psychiatric hospital against Louise Fletcher's Nurse Ratched in Milos Forman's 1975 masterpiece. The film won 5 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Nicholson.
2. "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time": Jake Gyllenhaal and his gloriously tanned abs of steel star in this big-budget summer tentpole movie adapted from a hit videogame. It's no "Citizen Kane," but if you're fine with that going in and all you're looking for is a little eye-candy spectacle and a sumptuous Arabian Nights setting, you could do a whole lot worse.
3. "Glee: The Complete First Season": If you missed the debut season of Fox's musical theater-geek hit, now's your chance to see the show that everyone's been talking about. An outrageous outcast comedy that mixes "American Idol," "Sixteen Candles," a sing-along soundtrack, and, of course, the fabulous Jane Lynch as the deliciously evil head of the cheerleading squad, Sue Sylvester.
Here are five must-see fall films from Entertainment Weekly's Fall Movie Preview!
5 Must-See Fall Movies from Entertainment Weekly
The first installment of the highly-anticipated final movie will be released on Nov. 19th.
The "Wall Street" sequel starring Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Carey Mulligan and Josh Brolin hits theaters Sept. 24.
The Aaron Sorkin-penned film about the evolution and rise of Facebook hits theaters Oct. 1 and stars Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake.
Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton co-star as morning news show hosts in this comedy due in theaters on Nov. 12. Rachel McAdams also stars in the movie as a rising producer trying to reinvent the show.
"How Do You Know"
This romantic comedy from writer/director James L. Brooks stars Reese Witherspoon, Jack Nicholson and Paul Rudd. It looks at the question of how people know they're in love, and comes out Dec. 17.