Gear Up for a Night in with The Runaways, Chloe, Oasis's Time Flies...1994-2009 and More in This Week's DVD Review Roundup

Gear Up for a Night in with <i>The Runaways</i>, <i>Chloe</i>, Oasis's <i>Time Flies...1994-2009</i> and More in This Week's DVD Review Roundup
If you're planning on spending the night in with a few DVDs, check out our Recently Reviewed motion section to find out which ones to give a try this week.

First up is The Runaways, the '70s band biopic starring Dakota Fanning as Cherie Currie and Kristen Stewart as Joan Jett. The film features the obligatory sex, drugs and, of course, rock'n'roll, displaying the group's rise and fall.

Canadian director Atom Egoyan explores a warped love-triangle between wife, husband and call girl in Chloe, which stars the talented cast of Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried. The movie was shot in Toronto and includes keys scenes filmed at some well-known T-dot locations, like the Rivoli and Café Diplomatico.

For Bollywood fans, there's My Name Is Khan. The story follows Rizwan Khan, a man with Asperger's syndrome, as he embarks on a seven-year journey to tell George W. Bush "My name is Khan, and I am not a terrorist." If film noir is more your taste, Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics II is out on DVD and includes City of Fear and The Brothers Rico, as well as introductions by Martin Scorsese.

Finally, Oasis have released their new music DVD, Time Flies...1994-2009, which is a chronological collection of the band's music videos, complete with Gallagher brothers Noel and Liam's audio commentary.

For reviews of these DVD releases and more, be sure to check out the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed motion section before heading out to your local video store.