In storesLITTLE FOCKERS (2010, Universal, PG-13, $30) -- The good news first: Owen Wilson is hilarious as a hippie investment banker who zips around town in a hybrid sports car and generally makes the hapless Gay Focker (Ben Stiller) green with envy. The bad news? Wilson is onscreen for all of 10 minutes. The rest of the time is devoted to the antics of father-in-law-from-hell Robert De Niro, who suspects Gay of stepping out with a very friendly pharmaceutical rep (Jessica Alba). Barbra Streisand, Dustin Hoffman and, especially, Laura Dern bring the funny to their small roles, but the "Fockers" franchise has worn out its welcome. Extras: featurettes, gag reel, alt ending and opening and deleted scenes.
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BLACK SWAN (2010, Fox, R, $30) -- A riveting head trip of a movie, the latest from Darren Aronofsky ("The Wrestler") sticks with you for days afterward thanks to Natalie Portman's fearless, Oscar- winning performance as a driven dancer who pays a high price for her obsessions. Infantilized by her mother (Barbara Hershey), bullied by her director (Vincent Cassel) and spooked by a rival dancer (Mila Kunis),...