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Race Out and Rent



Apparently convinced that the post-Memorial Day Tuesday is one for recovering from sunburn or watching movies in theaters, the DVD industry as a whole apparently abandoned the day. How else to explain why New in Town -- the Renee Zellweger rom-com flop from earlier this year -- is the highest profile debut?

If you simply must sate your home-viewing jones, maybe it's time to catch up on Land of the Lost: The Complete Series. You've got the Will Ferrell big-screen adaptation opening next week, plust the DVD set comes in an old-school aluminum lunchbox. The entire Sid and Marty Krofft oeuvre may drip with cheese, but at least you'll have something to put that dripping cheese in when you bring it to work with you for lunch.