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Culture » DVD Reviews

Ted, Girls

New DVDs Tuesday, Dec. 11


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  • Universal
  • Ted

An underachieving stoner (Mark Wahlberg) must choose between his magical teddy bear/childhood friend Ted (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) and his ridiculously hot girlfriend (Mila Kunis). Unrated? What the hell did they leave out? (Universal)

Girls: Season 1
Four young friends (Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet) struggle with life, love, money, drugs and friendship in New York City. Not so much Sex & the City; more like Louie for 20-something women. Yes, really. (HBO)

Age of the Hobbits
A village of peaceful Hobbits is enslaved by a gang of dragon-riding cannibals, and only a pair of human warriors (Stargate SG-1’s Christopher Judge and crazy’s Bai Ling) can save them. Probably no relation to that other Hobbit movie. (The Asylum; released delayed)

The Bourne Legacy
A totally different super agent (Jeremy Renner) is out to complete the takedown of Operation Treadstone; much running, jumping, motorcycle chasing and Rachel Weisz hair-flipping ensue. Next year: The Bourne Predicament (Universal)

Collision Earth
A comet hits the Sun, pushing Mercury out of orbit and into a collision course with Earth—can a sketchy scientist (Kirk Acevedo, Fringe) and an astronaut (Diane Farr, Numb3rs) in a space shuttle stop the disaster? Sure, why not? (Anchor Bay)

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 11)
Android Insurrection, The Back-Up Bride, Backwards, Bigfoot Country, Bikini Bloodbath Shakespeare, Creep Van, Doomsday Book, Futurama: Vol. 7, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Kill ’Em All, Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 9, Mansome, Nesting, Risen

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