DVD Flight: Nobody is cooler under pressure than Whip, given an aged, icy competence by Denzel Washington. He gets a doomed jetliner on the ground near Atlanta with minimal loss of life. He's a hero, right? Flight is a terrific thriller about that crash and a moving drama about what led up to it. Because what do you do with a case like this, a self-destructive alcoholic whose condition may have contributed to a tragedy, or mostly averted it? Washington gives one of the great performances of his career in this fence-sitter of a film. Forrest Gump director Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter John Gatins (Coach Carter) serve up a morally ambiguous story that dares to suggest that maybe this guy's condition was a good thing -- in this case. Flight makes for a riveting character study, and a sometimes moving and sometimes amusingly amoral morality tale set in the vodka-and-Coke friendly skies. On DVD and Blu-ray.-- Roger Moore, McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceAlso new: Alex Cross; Tyler Perry's Madea Gets a Job; Celeste and Jesse Forever; A Late Quartet; Here Comes the Boom; Side by Side; Somewhere Between; What the Bleep Do We Know?