ALSO THIS WEEK"TAKING LIVES" (2004) Angelina Jolie plays an FBI profiler -- it only feels like she's repeating herself -- in this routine thriller, which costars Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland, and Olivier Martinez. The jeopardy was more convincing when Jolie needed Denzel Washington to help see her through in "The Bone Collector."
Extras: Production featurettes; outtakes. (Warner, $27.95)
"SEEING OTHER PEOPLE" (2004) Local product Julianne Nicholson ("Ally McBeal") tells fiance Jay Mohr that they should get a few things out of their system before their wedding. Problems ensue, predictably -- but also engagingly, thanks to a deft (if occasionally too indie-clever) script. With Josh Charles, Lauren Graham, and Andy Richter.
Extras: Filmmaker commentary; production featurette. (Sundance, $26.99)
"MARGARET CHO: REVOLUTION" (2004) You say you want a -- oh, wait, you didn't? Well, if you're a Cho fan, this one promises to deliver the same brand of goods as her previous two concert films.
Extras: Commentary by Cho and opening-act performer Bruce Daniels. (Wellspring, $19.98)
"NEW YORK MINUTE" (2004) Before recently providing fodder for the tabloids, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen provided fodder for critics with this slight tale of Big Apple high jinks. With Eugene Levy and Andy "Mr. Busy" Richter.
Extras: Production featurettes; bloopers. (Warner, $19.96) FOREIGN"BON VOYAGE" (2004) A screwball historical epic set during the German invasion of France? Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau, what sounds like a bad idea turns out to be almost absurdly enjoyable. Isabelle Adjani headlines as a movie star whose personal dramas are larger than any mere war, while Gerard Depardieu, Virginie Ledoyen, and Peter Coyote chase one another about. If occasionally too frenetic, the film eventually ripens into a more sober human comedy. Extras: Director commentary; trailers. (Columbia, $29.95)TY BURR
"MILLENNIUM MAMBO" (2003) Director Hou Hsiao-hsien's highly unromantic comedy is set at the close of the last century and focuses on the relationship between Vicky (Shu Qi) and Hao-hao (Tuan Chun-hao), her topsy-turvy roommate who doubles disastrously as a boyfriend. The film moves in circles, like an exquisitely broken record.
Extras: Filmmaker interview; deleted scenes. (Lions Gate, $24.98) WESLEY MORRISTELEVISION"LATELINE: THE COMPLETE SERIES" (1998) In between loving man in the mirror Stuart Smalley and hating Bill O'Reilly, Al Franken headed up this too-short-lived TV news spoof. The set includes 19 episodes, four of which never aired. (Paramount, $38.99) STRAIGHT TO DVD"THE THREE MUSKETEERS" (2004)Mickey, Donald, and Goofy suit up as Dumas's terrific trio in this hour-plus musical -- an idea so obvious that Disney apparently couldn't release it in theaters. Clearly not an epic, despite the source material, but definitely fun. Extras: Games and activities; music videos. (Disney, $29.99)
Capsules are written by Globe correspondent Tom Russo and titles are in stores Tuesday unless otherwise specified.