GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997)
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s accent-heavy breakout gets a 15th anniversary Blu-ray reissue, complete with new Damon interview and production retrospective. (Lionsgate, $14.99)
Disney’s nature-documentary division follows up last year’s “African Cats” with another gorgeously shot, narrative-conscious animal spotlight, this time from an Ivory Coast rain forest. Extras: On Blu-ray, behind-the-scenes glimpses of the filmmakers’ arduous three-year location effort. (Disney, Blu-ray, $39.99)
THE CLOSER: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH AND FINAL SEASON (2011-12)
If your Brenda Leigh Johnson withdrawal isn’t soothed much by seeing her LAPD caseload shifted over to spinoff series “Major Crimes,” there’s always this DVD encore option. Maybe not the instant cure-all that a Ring Ding is for Brenda, but it’s something. Extras: Round table with Kyra Sedgwick and castmates; unaired scenes. (Warner, $59.98)
Jennifer Connelly plays a schizophrenic woman making waves in her quirky town by, among other things, threatening to blow up her longtime affair with married, publicly upstanding sheriff Ed Harris. A muddled directing effort from Oscar-winning “Milk” writer Dustin Lance Black.
(Entertainment One, $24.98)
De Niro. 50 Cent. The screen teaming you never thought you’d see. And there’s good reason you shouldn’t have. The rap artist formerly know as Curtis Jackson is an NYPD rookie being led astray by De Niro’s rogue cop. Extras: 50 commentary.
(Lionsgate, $19.98; Blu-ray, $24.99)