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24: Live Another Day, Transformers: Age of Extinction

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Sept. 30

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24: Live Another Day (Fox)
  • 24: Live Another Day (Fox)

24: Live Another Day
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) grimaces back into action to save the U.S. president (William Devane) from assassination in London—fortunately, Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) and her new hair just happen to be in the area. Also, not 24 hours long. (Fox)

Are You Here
A TV weatherman (Owen Wilson) helps his shlubby bud (Zach Galifianakis, of course) protect a fat inheritance from his crazy sister (Amy Poehler) and his late father's young widow (Laura Ramsey). Prepare to feel all the indie feels. (Millennium)

The Pretty One
When an awkward loser girl's confident, sexy twin sister (both Zoe Kazan) is killed in a car accident on their birthday, she assumes her identity and starts a relationship with a beardy L.A. hipster (Jake Johnson). Prepare to feel more indie feels. (Sony)

Space Station 76
Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer and Jerry O'Connell star in a ... parody? tribute? ... to '70s sci-fi movies replete with big hair, bellbottom jumpsuits and pretty much zero plot—but at least it looks cool. Wiki Space: 1999, kids. (Sony)

Transformers: Age of Extinction
"Inventor" Mark Wahlberg and the "Twansfomahs" are gonna save the world, you guys! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! Clang! Crunch! And we're done. (Paramount)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Sept. 30)
Chef, Cold In July, Decoding Annie Parker, Delivery: The Beast Within, Hellion, Lucky Them, The Mentalist: Season 6, Mike & Molly: Season 4, My Little Pony: The Compete Series, NYPD Blue: Season 7, Team Hot Wheels: The Origin of Awesome, Third Person, Wolf