On Demand DVD New Releases May 6-12

On Demand DVD New Releases May 6-12 

The big films this week are Jack Reacher, Mama and Safe Haven, but that’s just three of the titles debuting in this busy week. Lots of familiar faces in this crop of titles, including Parker Posey (And Now a Word From Our Sponsor), Daryl Hannah and Michael Madsen (Garbage), Al Pacino and Christopher Walken (Stand Up Guys) and Hugh Laurie and Catherine Keener (The Oranges).

Hollywood to Dollywood  In this documentary, twin young men from North Carolina on a quest to meet their idol Dolly Parton find more than they bargained for in an RV named Jolene (NR, 1:21) 5/6 

And Now a Word From Our Sponsor An advertising CEO wakes up in the hospital speaking only in ad slogans. Bruce Greenwood, Parker Posey, Callum Blue (NR, 1:27) 5/7 (In theaters May 10)

Dorfman in Love When a young, single woman volunteers to watch her romantic crush’s cat at his downtown L.A loft, her world changes forever. Scott Wilson, Sara Rue, Elliot Gould  (R) 5/7

Garbage Two garbage truck drivers in Hollywood become celebrities overnight after they find Cuba Gooding Jr.’s Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Jerry Maguire, turning their lives upside down. Michael Madsen, Alanna Ubach, Daryl Hannah (NR, 1:22) 5/7

Jack Reacher

Jack Reacher Tom Cruise brings Lee Child’s butt-kicking hero from page to screen in this exciting thriller about an ex-military assassin who is accused of the seemingly random killing of five people. Also stars Rosamund Pike, Richard Jenkins (PG-13, 2:10) 5/7

Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean A look at the life of James Dean as he was on the cusp of achieving fame. James Preston, Dan Glenn, Dalilah Rain  5/7

Mama When two young girls resurface after being lost in the woods for five years following the death of their parents, their uncle and his girlfriend take them in, only to learn that the girls have brought a deadly presence with them. Jessica Chastain, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Megan Charpentier (PG-13, 1:40) 5/7

Mighty Fine Joe Fine moves his family from Brooklyn to New Orleans, where his dreams and extravagance far exceed his means. Chazz Palminteri, Andie MacDowell, Jodelle Ferland (R) 5/7

The Oranges The friendship between two families is severely tested when one of the families’ young daughters returns home and begins an affair with the head of the other family. Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Leighton Meester (R, 1:30) 5/7

Revenge for Jolly! This black comedy follows a man who recruits his cousin to accompany him on a misguided — and increasingly violent — quest for revenge to find out who killed his beloved dog. Brian Petsos, Oscar Isaac, Elijah Wood (R, 1:24) 5/7

Safe Haven Nicholas Sparks (The Notebook) wrote the novel that serves as the basis for this twisty romance about a young woman who moves to a small North Carolina town and begins a relationship with a widower, only to have the past she’s running away from catch up to her. Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, Cobie Smulders (PG-13, 1:55) 5/7

Stand Up Guys Al Pacino and Christopher Walken play Val and Doc, aging stickup men who reunite after one finishes a long prison term. But one of them is keeping a secret, that he has been assigned to kill his longtime friend. Also stars Alan Arkin (R, 1:35) 5/7

Upstream Color A man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the life cycle of an ageless organism. Identity becomes an illusion as they struggle to assemble the loose fragments of wrecked lives. Amy Seimetz, Shane Carruth, Andrew Sensenig  (NR, 1:36) 5/7

Availability dates subject to change. Check your cable provider for ordering information. 3-D movies require a 3-D TV.

© 2013 Paramount Pictures Credit: Karen Ballard