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Spring Breakers, Admission, Portlandia

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, July 9

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Spring Breakers
  • Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers
Four hot college girls (including Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens) on spring break wind up in jail, only to be bailed out by a local thug (James Franco) and taken on the party ride of a lifetime. Moral: Crime pays (for hot college girls). (Lionsgate)

Admission
An uptight Princeton admissions officer (Tina Fey) runs across a freewheeling old classmate (Paul Rudd) and the kid she may have given up for adoption years ago; sweetness, Valuable Life Lessons and little actual comedy ensue. (Focus)

Portlandia: Season 3
Carrie and Fred take back MTV, the Mayor goes missing, Roseanne doesn’t get Portland, Chloe Sevigny moves in, the Rats move out, Portland is overrun with too much art and the Battle of the Gentle Bands rages on. Too real, man. (VSC)

Dark Power
When a crime-ridden city’s mayor and his election opponent are assassinated, two pretty FBI agents (Sean Patrick Flanery, Kristanna Loken) uncover more questions than answers because that’s how direct-to-DVD crime thrillers go. (Green Apple)

Finding Bigfoot: Season 2
In the 15-episode second season of Finding Bigfoot, BIGFOOT IS NOT FOUND YET AGAIN. THAT’S MORE THAN 10 HOURS OF SEARCHING FOR AN IMAGINARY CREATURE ON A MAJOR CABLE NETWORK. (Gaiam)

More New DVD Releases (July 9)
Assassin’s Tale, Attack From Beneath, Boy, Coffin Baby, Combat Girls, Craig Ferguson: I’m Here to Help, Dead Man Down, The Host, Mr. Hockey, My Best Enemy, Pickin’ & Grinnin’, The Power of Few, Unforgettable: Season 1, Warehouse 13: Season 4, Women Who Kill, Would You Rather

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