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Colombiana, Catch .44

New DVDs Tuesday, Dec. 20


  • Colombiana

A 92-pound assassin (Zoe Saldana) who carries 40-pound machine guns is out for revenge against the Columbian mobsters who murdered her parents when she was a child—then things go ridiculously wrong. No, really? (Sony) Netflix

Catch .44
Three ridiculously hot women (Malin Akerman, Nikki Reed and Deborah Ann Woll) are sent by their ridiculously bald boss (Bruce Willis) to intercept a drug shipment—then things go ridiculously wrong. No, really? (Anchor Bay) Netflix

Two broke, estranged brothers (Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton) become MMA fighters to make a buck and—wouldn’t ya know it?—eventually end up in the ring to fight each other. It’s Rocky meets The Fighter meets tribal tattoos. (Lionsgate) Netflix

Burke & Hare
A dark comedy directed by John Landis, starring Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis, Tim Curry and Isla Fisher as 19th-century corpse merchants and Shakespeare-loving hookers, respectively? Sounds just weird enough to work. (IFC Films) Netflix

Glee: The Concert
All the same songs and dance numbers you get for free on TV, now in marked-up concert DVD form! Includes exclusive interviews with the cast about the tour, the music and the secret gay agenda to brainwash America’s youth. (Fox) Netflix

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 20)
Blackthorn, Dolphin Tale, Futurama: Vol 6, Julia’s Eyes, Margin Call, Midnight in Paris, NY Ink: Season 1, One Tree Hill: Season 8, Saint Nick, Scorpio Men on Prozac, Stay Cool, Straw Dogs, UFC 136, WWE Survivor Series 2011

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