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The Book of Eli, Boston Girls, Everwood, When In Rome, Youth In Revolt

New DVD releases Tuesday, June 15


The Book of Eli - WARNER BROS.

The Book of Eli
Denzel Washington is the Road Warrior. Or Jesus. Or Kwai Chang Caine from Kung-Fu. In the post-apocalyptic future, traveler Eli (Washington) and Meg Griffin (Mila Kunis) flee from the tyrannical hand of Sid Vicious (Gary Oldman). (Warner Bros.)

Boston Girls
Two wronged women (Camille Solari and Shay Astar) set out on a revenge rampage against cheating men and the women they cheat with in the low-low-budget answer to Natural Born Killers, Kill Bill and a Lifetime movie. (Cinema Epoch)

Everwood: Season 3
The Blogs of Wrath by X96’s Todd Nuke’Em (and Zack Shutt) has been chosen by Barnes & Noble as June’s online “Rising Star.” What’s that have to do with Everwood? Todd would be nowhere without the inspiration of Treat Williams. (Warner Bros.)

When in Rome
A luckless-in-love New Yorker (Kristen Bell) travels to Rome for a wedding, meets a hunk (hunky Josh Duhamel), steals some coins from a wishing well, then fights off suitors under a spell from said coins. Why yes, it does suck ass. (Buena Vista)

Youth in Revolt
An unlucky-in-love dweeb (Michael Cera) conjures up a “dangerous” alter ego, woos a girl (Portia Doubleday), causes mayhem, then somehow works Zach Galifianakis into this mess. Why yes, it does suck less ass than When in Rome. (Dimension)

More New DVD Releases (June 15)
Circle of Pain, Control-Alt-Delete, Family Guy: Vol. 8, Happy Tears, Hawthorne: Season 1, Johnny Bravo: Season 1, Lewis Black: Stark Raving Black, Mary & Max, Sanctuary: Season 2, The Secret Life of the American Teenager: Vol. 4

Bill Frost: