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Flight, So Undercover

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Feb. 5


  • Paramount
  • Flight

An airline pilot (Denzel Washington) saves the lives of 98 passengers by landing a damaged plane and becomes a national hero—but was he drunk when he did it? Hey, if you can do your job loaded, you’re a still hero. I am right now. (Paramount)

So Undercover
When a street-smart private investigator (Miley Cyrus) is drafted by the FBI to go undercover at a college sorority, class warfare and hilarity ensue in the comedy co-star Jeremy Piven calls “an easy paycheck.” Yep, still drunk. (The Weinstein Co.)

Alex Cross
A homicide detective/psychologist (Tyler Perry) tracks a serial killer (Matthew Fox) in this action-thriller based on what probably used to be a best-selling novel series by James Patterson. Homicide detective/psychologist? (Summit)

Celeste & Jesse Forever
Upwardly mobile Celeste (Rashida Jones) decides to divorce her unemployed, slacker high school sweetheart (Andy Samberg)—but can they remain friends? Will True Love win out in the end? Is this supposed to be a comedy? (Sony Pictures Classics)

Criminal siblings (Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde) split up after a bad casino job, then awkwardly reunite over Thanksgiving dinner with an ex-boxer (Charlie Hunnam) and his parents (Kris Kristofferson, Sissy Spacek). This is a comedy, right? (Magnolia)

More New DVD Releases (Feb. 5)
Cougar Town: Season 3, The Dynamiter, Here Comes the Boom, In My Pocket, A Late Quartet, Little White Lies, Mafia, My Worst Nightmare, NYC 22: Season 1, A Perfect Ending, Southland: Seasons 2-4, A Talking Cat?!, The Whole Truth, Yelling to the Sky, You May Not Kiss the Bride

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