The new remake of 1981's "Arthur" has no Dudley Moore, but it does have Russell Brand running down Park Avenue in his underpants. "In my scene at St. Bartholomew's Church, Arthur strips down in protest and runs out onto 42nd. Street", says Brand. "New Yorkers now have photos of me in my underwear, which will soon become a Hollywood artifact, just like James Dean's leather jacket". No wall-flower, Brand is brash and loud-mouthed...almost perfect as the child-minded millionaire Arthur Bach. "Arthur" opens with the police chasing Arthur and Bitterman(Arthur's chauffeur) in the Batmobile through Wall Street in Manhattan. Arthur's had a few too many, but he's not driving. Arthur is a 30-something who collects random women, movie cars, and cases of vodka. Arthur's powerful, scheming mother has determined that he must quit drinking, and marry Susan; or lose his enormous wealth. Eventually, Arthur enters re-hab at AA, and by now, he's sure he's in love with a spicy young girl from Queens; not Susan. Arthur barges-in on her grammar-school class. Startled, one youngster stands up and challenges Arthur: "Are you a boy or a girl?". Enough old-fashioned madcap frenzy continues to sell the movie. The cast includes Helen Mirren(in John Gielgud's role of Hobson; there is valet, here his nanny), indie darling Greta Gerwig as the doll from Queens, and Jennifer Garner as Susan Johnson, his arranged wife. And there's Luis Guzman as Bitterman, and Nick Nolte as gruff father-in-law Bert Johnson. Nolte is terrific, and has about ten lines in one scene. The HD theatrical release and the Blue-Ray disc nicely highlight Central Park, an empty Grand Central Station reserved for lunch, and a grand series of helicoptor swoops over the roof of the Pierre Hotel, where Arthur has his penthouse. The DVD features a selection of Deleted Scenes, and that's it. On Blue-ray, you get a Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes, and "Arthur Unsupervised", where Brand and director Jason Winer expose more fun footage, photos, and ad-libs. At 36 1/2 minutes into the movie, Arthur sit in his car checking his cell phone. A name comes up for just a few seconds on his phone book. It is Katy Perry.