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30 Minutes or Less

New DVDs Tuesday, Nov. 29

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A pizza-delivery guy (Jesse Eisenberg) becomes embroiled in the robbery scheme of two dopes (Danny McBride and Nick Swardson), and only his buddy (Aziz Ansari) can save him from getting blow’d up. And the Oscar goes to … (Sony)

Bikini Time Machine
Two broke waitresses (Joslyn James and Kylee Nash) take a job with a mad scientist working on a time machine, and are soon traveling through history—but rarely wearing bikinis, despite the title. But at least it’s historical. (RetroMedia)

One Day
Two friends with questionable haircuts (Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess) meet every July 15 over 20 years, never realizing that were meant for each other—mostly because no one else wants them or their questionable haircuts. (Focus)

Our Idiot Brother
Three sisters (Emily Mortimer, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel) begrudgingly help out their annoyingly optimistic brother (Paul Rudd), eventually killing him and burying him in the backyard. Right? (The Weinstein Co.)

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil
Two pals (Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk) on vacation in the woods are mistaken for killers by idiot college students, and somehow the bodies just start piling up (as happens whenever idiot college students go into the woods). (Magnolia)

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 29)
30 Rock: Season 5, Another Earth, The Art of Getting By, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, Chillerama, The Future, Hot In Cleveland: Season 2, Kidnapped, Look, Mind of the Demon, Needle, Smallville: The Complete Series, Sons of Perdition

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