The Five-Year Engagement (2012, Universal, R, $30) — From Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller, the same team behind Forgetting Sarah Marshall, comes the rare romantic comedy that’s full of surprises. Segel and Emily Blunt star as a couple engaged to marry who, for one reason or another, can’t seem to make it down the aisle. He leaves San Francisco behind to follow her to Michigan after she lands her dream job. But resentments and infidelities ensue. In addition to being hilarious, the film is perceptive about the ebb and flow of long-term relationships. This comic gem is among the year’s best.
Extras: deleted scenes, commentaries, gag reel and featurettes.