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2:37, The Bounty Hunter, Chloe, Greenberg, Parasomnia

New DVD releases Tuesday, July 13



Six pretty high school students have really serious problems! Oh, and something tragic is going to happen at exactly 2:37 p.m. It’s kind of like Crash meets 24 meets Saved By the Bell, or exactly like Gus Van Sant’s Elephant. (Arclight Films)

The Bounty Hunter
The answer to the question “How much longer will the American public tolerate the mere presence of Jennifer Aniston before turning angrily and violently upon her?” Oh, that’s only me asking the question … fun date-night movie! (Sony)

A doctor (Julianne Moore) hires a young hooker (Amanda Seyfried) to seduce her husband (Liam Neeson). No, it’s not the best birthday present ever—it’s a trap! Jealousy, lies, sex, nudity and spontaneous lesbianism ensue. (Sony)

Fortysomething loser Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller) housesits for his brother in Los Angeles and tries to reconnect with old friends, only to fall in love with bro’s personal assistant (Greta Gerwig). So what if she’s only 26? He was in a band! (Focus Films)

A girl (Cherilyn Wilson) has a medical condition that keeps her in a constant dream state—and if that weren’t enough, there’s also a serial killer taking over her mind. It’s kind of like Nightmare on Elm Street, or exactly like the remake. (E1)

More New DVD Releases (July 13)
8: The Mormon Proposition, Ally McBeal: Season 3, Black Angels, Diary of a Nymphomaniac, Formosa Betrayed, The Greatest, How to Make Love to a Woman, Psych: Season 4, Saint John of Las Vegas, Terribly Happy, White Collar: Season 1

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