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DVD/Blu-ray: 'About Last Night,' 'Monuments Men' among releases May 20

'3 Days to Kill,' 'About Last Night,' The Monuments Men,' 'Pompeii' and 'Vampire Academy' are five of the major releases on DVD and Blu-ray slated for Tuesday, May 20.

'3 DAYS TO KILL' starring Kevin Costner is an action thriller about a dying CIA agent who's offered a potentially life-saving experimental drug in exchange for one last assignment while he tries to develop a relationship with his estranged daughter. Only 33 percent of reviews were positive on movie review site Rotten Tomatoes, which said the film 'uneasily mixes technically accomplished action sequences with an underdeveloped family conflict.' Rated PG-13. Watch the official trailer here.

'ABOUT LAST NIGHT' starring Kevin Hart is a romantic comedy remake that follows two couples dealing with relationship issues. A solid 69 percent of reviews were positive on Rotten Tomatoes, which said the film 'benefits from an engaging cast and a screenplay that smartly balances romance and comedy.' Rated R. Watch the official trailer here.

'THE MONUMENTS MEN' starring George Clooney and Matt Damon is a biographical war drama about a World War II platoon tasked to recover art from the Nazis. Only 32 percent of reviews were positive on Rotten Tomatoes, which said the film suffers from a 'stiffly nostalgic tone and curiously slack narrative.' Rated PG-13. Watch the official trailer here.

'POMPEII' is an action adventure about a slave-turned-gladiator who fights to save his love, a woman who's betrothed to a corrupt Roman senator, as Mount Vesuvius erupts and Pompeii crumbles around him. Only 28 percent of reviews were positive on Rotten Tomatoes, which said the film 'lacks the energy and storytelling heft to amount to more than a guilty pleasure.' Rated PG-13. Watch the official trailer here.

'VAMPIRE ACADEMY' is a paranormal romantic fantasy about Rose, a half-human, half-vampire guardian of a peaceful, mortal vampire race called the Moroi, who's called to protect the Moroi from a villainous immortal race of vampires called the Strigoi. Only 10 percent of reviews were positive on Rotten Tomatoes, which said the film 'borrows lazily from its predecessors and offers few laughs or thrills to complement its overstuffed backstory.' Based on the novels by Richelle Mead. Rated PG-13. Watch the official trailer here.