New this week on DVD and Blu-ray:
"Ted" - This comedy about a 35-year-old man (Mark Wahlberg) whose best friend is a talking stuffed bear is both hilarious and outrageous, often at the same time. It is jam packed with pop culture references, smart-mouthed one liners, quick visual gags, surprising cameos and bits that will please fans of director Seth MacFarlane's television series "Family Guy" along with an actual narrative arc and storytelling momentum, two things noticeably lacking in MacFarlane's television work. The movie earned more than $200 million in theaters, making it one of the most successful R-rated comedies in history.
DVD buyers get an unrated version that adds 7 minutes to the running time along with a gag reel, making-of featurette and a commentary track featuring MacFarlane, Wahlberg and co-writer Alec Sulkin. The Blu-ray adds deleted scenes, alternate takes, a featurette on the motel fight scene and a digital copy of the film. (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
"The Bourne Legacy" - Jeremy Renner takes over this action franchise from Matt Damon as Aaron Cross, an agent from the same program that produced Bourne. With Operation Treadstone exposed, members of the government's intelligence community try to eliminate all traces of their secret programs, which means eliminating Cross.
All versions include a commentary track led by director Tony Gilroy, deleted scenes and the featurettes "Re-Bourne" and "Capturing Chaos: The Motorbike Chase." The Blu-ray includes several additional featurettes. (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
"Ice Age: Continental Drift" - The fourth film in this animated series finds Manny (voiced by Ray Romano), Diego (Denis Leary) and Sid (John Leguizamo) set adrift on iceberg, forcing them to battle pirates and interact with characters under the sea. (20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $39.99 Blu-ray)
"Why Stop Now?" Jesse Eisenberg stars in a comedy about a piano prodigy dealing with a big audition, a drug-addicted mother (Melissa Leo) and her crazy dealer (Tracy Morgan). (MPI Home Video, $24.98 DVD, $29.98 Blu-ray)
"Mansome" - Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me") directs this documentary that explores the idea of masculinity in the 21st century by looking at everything from facial hair to passion to spa treatments. It includes appearances by Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Paul Rudd. (MPI Home Video, $24.98 DVD)
"Les Miserables" - Those who can't wait until Christmas day for the musical version of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel can tide themselves over with the Blu-ray debut of the 1998 non-musical version, which stars Liam Neeson, Geoffrey Rush, Uma Thurman and Claire Danes. The only extra is the previously released featurette "A First Look at Les Miserables." (Sony Picture Home Entertainment, $19.99 Blu-ray)