Warm weather usually means a deep chill for home video, and the studios have always planned their release schedules accordingly, saving the good stuff for later in the year. But there are indications already that this year may be different for retailers. Five movies that had grossed over $100 million at the box office are scheduled for the summer months, where last year there were only two, and with the theatrical-to-video window shrinking, more strong titles may yet be announced. At ...

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