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Thor: The Dark World, Gravity

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Feb. 25



Thor: The Dark World
The Marvel sequel that made more than $200 million—almost enough to cover the cost of maintaining Natalie Portman’s hair, which looks spectacular. Chris Hemsworth’s, however, suffered due to the budget drain. Still, decent flick. (Marvel/Disney)

A doctor (Sandra Bullock) and an astronaut (George Clooney) are set adrift in space when their shuttle is destroyed; now, it’s a race against time before the oxygen runs out and/or someone asks “Why’s it called Gravity when there is none?” (Warner Bros.)

Hollywood & Wine
An nobody actress (Nicky Whelan) impersonates a famous movie star to help her boyfriend (Chris Kattan) get out of debt from a mobster (Chazz Palminteri). Also starring Pamela Anderson and other movie-star impersonators. (Green Apple)

L.A. Law: Season 1
The 1986 debut season, finally on ‘Merican DVD! The groundbreaking drama about Los Angeles attorneys with great suits inspired a generation to pursue legal careers, which in turn brought about the demise of the country. So, yay? (Shout Factory)

Legit: Season 1
The first season of Australian comic Jim Jefferies’ Legit starts off shaky, but gets better over the course of 13 episodes—hell, even DJ Qualls in a wheelchair couldn’t ruin it. Season 2 starts Feb. 26 on FXX; start looking for that channel now. (Fox)

More New DVD Releases (Feb. 25)
Amber Alert, Blue Is the Warmest Color, Curse of the Dragon, The Guide, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo: Season 1, Holla II, Ice Soldiers, The Middle: Season 2, Mr. Nobody, Muscle Shoals, Nebraska, Pulling Strings, Scarecrow, Surviving Evil, Twice Born, The Wait

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