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Boogie Woogie, Bored to Death, Glee, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Prince of Persia

New DVD releases Tuesday, Sept. 14.

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Boogie Woogie

Alan Cumming, Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Lee, Heather Graham, Gillian Anderson, Danny Huston and more satirize the pretentious art world in a circular comedy of lies, backstabbing and a lot of sex, which isn’t pretentious at all. (IFC Films)

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Bored to Death: Season 1
A Brooklyn writer (Jason Schwartzman) becomes an (unlicensed) private detective after his girlfriend dumps him—with help from his pals (Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis), he actually solves some cases and hilarity does in fact ensue. (HBO)

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Glee: Season 1
Hey, teens: Thrill as the singin’ misfits of McKinley High learn valuable lessons and head to regionals in what the Parents Television Council called “an edgy, sexually charged adult series that’s inappropriate for teenagers.” Sold! (Fox)

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It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 5
Speaking of the PTC: In this season of Sunny In Philly, the gang brings back “Flipadelphia,” wrestle for the troops, invent Kitten Mittens, introduce the D.E.N.N.I.S. system and more. Also included: A Very Sunny Christmas! Hallelujah! (Fox)

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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Jake Gyllenhaal takes off his shirt, puts on a wig and embarks on a swashbuckling adventure that looks suspiciously like a homoerotic video game. Oh, it was a homoerotic video game? Was it called Brokeback Sand Dune? (Disney)

More New DVD Releases (Sept. 14)
Afterschool, The Big Bang Theory: Season 3, Bill Maher: But I’m Not Wrong, Fringe: Season 2, The Good Wife: Season 1, Grey’s Anatomy: Season 6, The League: Season 1, Letters to Juliet, Tim & Eric: Awesome Show Great Job: Season 3

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