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BeginAgain-102814.jpg In a fairly light part of the Blu-ray release schedule, Mark Ruffalo/Keira Knightley comedy "Begin Again" is one of the top titles hitting the home market, though a weak period at the box office suggests a fairly subdued secondary run with adult audiences. Also aiming for mostly the same audience will be "Wish I Was Here," a comedy/drama from Zach Braff that was barely released over the summer.

Sextape-102114.jpg With a diverse set of new titles hitting stores on Blu-ray and DVD this week, R-rated comedy "Sex Tape" will be looking outperform its mediocre box office run, while horror hit "The Purge: Anarchy" hopes to continue its commercial success after being one of the biggest low-budget hits of the summer.

X-men-101414.jpg Coming off of a solid box office run this summer, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" will be looking to pick up where it left off in theaters, likely making it one of the top rentals/sellers this year on Blu-ray and other home market formats. Also set for a Blu-ray launch is "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," an animated release that ended up a quiet worldwide box office success back in the spring.

LiveDieRepeat-100814.jpg Thanks to some strong buzz and a decent box office run, Tom Cruise's latest sci-fi action flick, "Edge of Tomorrow," seems to be in good shape to continue its success as it is launched on Blu-ray this week. Also getting released will be "Million Dollar Arm," a PG sports drama from Disney starring Jon Hamm, as well as Seth MacFarlane's R-rated comedy "A Million Ways to Die in the West."

Transfomers-100114.jpg Though critics haven't been overly kind to Michael Bay's "Transformers" series, there is no doubting its commercial drawing power, as "Transformers: Age of Extinction" heads into the home market as the only release to top $1 billion in theatrical revenue so far in 2014. Also hitting stores this week will be "Chef," an adult-geared romantic comedy from director Jon Favreau.