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About Time, Android Cop

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Feb. 4

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About Time
After a father (Bill Nighy) informs his son (Domhnall Gleeson) that he can time travel, the son, of course, uses the power to trick a woman (Rachel McAdams) into falling in love with him. And, yeah, enslave the planet, because why not? (Universal)

Android Cop
A future cop (Michael Jai White) and his android partner attempt to stop a mysterious disease from spreading in The Zone, a rundown city that’s nothing like the rundown cities in Robocop, Judge Dredd, Robocop 2, Robocop 3, etc. (Asylum)

Escape Plan
An engineer (Sylvester Stallone) and a con (Arnold Schwarzenegger) must escape a secret, high-tech prison called The Tomb in time for Stallone to box Robert DeNiro in Grudge Match and both to hobble through Expendables 3. (Summit)

The Wedding Pact
BFFs Mitch (Chris Soldevilla) and Elizabeth (Haylie Duff) promise to marry each other if they’re both still single 10 years after college. A decade later, he tracks her down and disappointedly learns that she is, in fact, not Hilary Duff. (Phase 4)

The White Queen
The BBC/Starz series that proved women lust for power as much as men, Belgium passes for England, and you can’t rip-off Game of Thrones or The Tudors without a budget. One historical accuracy: the Queen is very white. (Anchor Bay)

More New DVD Releases (Feb. 4)
Baggage Claim, Banshee Chapter, A Case of You, Dallas Buyers Club, Dark Tourist, Dirty Teacher, The Divorce, Family Matters: Season 4, Finding Normal, Free Birds, From Above, House of Versace, The Lady Vanishes, McConkey, Nuit #1, Patterns of Attraction, Romeo & Juliet, Waterwalk

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