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Deadland, Eat Pray Love, The Expendables, I'm Still Here, Love Shack

New DVD releases Tuesday Nov. 23



In the post-apocalyptic future, a World War III survivor (Gary Weeks) discovers that the wife he believed to be dead is alive in the new United Provinces, a merger of the United States and … Canada? The horror, the horror …
(Phase 4)

Eat Pray Love
A 30-something divorcee (50-something Julia Roberts) travels the globe bedding anonymous men, eating rich foods and exploiting ethnic stereotypes in the film the Chicago Reader called “ass-numbingly wrong.” Perfect.

The Expendables
Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Jet Li, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and other badasses star as veteran mercenaries on one last mission: Take out Julia Roberts, by any means necessary. Perfect.

I’m Still Here
In the documentary experiment of a lunchtime, Joaquin Phoenix grows an unkempt beard and pursues a music career, under much critical fire—and yet no one complained when Ryan Adams did it years ago.

Love Shack
The greatest porn stars in the business gather to film a memorial money-shot for a legendary dead producer in “the comedy that does for the adult-film industry what Best in Show did for dog shows.” All together: Eeewww.

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 23)
The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Fire & Ice: The Dragon Chronicles, Flipped, Jolene, Not Since You, Pastor Shepard, The Pillars of the Earth, Stiff, The Touch, Trade In, The Winning Season, The Zookeeper

Bill Frost