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Bruno, The Canyon, The Goods, Star Trek, Taintlight

New DVD Releases Tuesday, Nov. 17


The man who brought you Borat (Sascha Baron Cohen) brings you Borat, again— but this time he has better fashion sense and no mustache. Other than that, it’s still Wacky Foreigner Pisses Off Clueless Bastards Theater.
The Canyon
Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck) stars as a newlywed fighting for survival on a trip to the Grand Canyon—once again, pretty white folks go into the wilderness and start getting killed. How many times must I warn against this?
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
A notorious car salesman (notorious Jeremy Piven) tries to save a dealership from bankruptcy by moving 200 rides in one week. None of you will remember this as Kurt Russell’s Used Cars from the ‘80s, and that’s just as well.
Star Trek
The classic tale of boldly going where no man has gone before and nailing green chicks, re-imagined by J.J. Abrams and starring a fresh-faced group of youngsters who don’t need girdles built into their Star Fleet uniforms. Lens flare!
“Evil lurks in the darkest nether regions”: The Twilight parody film that can’t possibly hope to be funnier than the original, which numbers among the greatest unintentional comedies in film history. Go ahead, write that e-mail, pasty.

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 17)
Dane Cook: Isolated Incident, Farscape: Season 4, Hammertime: Season 1, Hollywood Wives: The New Generation, How to Be, Humpday, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Sunny Christmas, La Cucina, The Limits of Control, Margaret Cho: Beautiful, My Sister’s Keeper, Thirst, Wrong Turn at Tahoe