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True TV | Tru Crude: Penn & Teller, Guys Choice, Two Coreys, Baby Borrowers, Black Gold

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Banshee

Sexy street punk Banshee (Taryn Manning) steals the car of a techno DJ who also happens to be a serial killer; action thrills and bad, thumpy music ensue. Need it be said, “From the director of The Zebra Lounge”?
Image-Entertainment.com

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Charlie Bartlett
It’s Ferris Bueller meets Rite-Aid in the feel-numb comedy of the year! High-schooler Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin) becomes popular selling drugs and advice to classmates; Principal Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) drinks and disapproves.
MGM.com

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Futurama: The Beast With a Billion Backs
In the second Futurama DVD movie, a tentacle monster (David Cross) from a dimensional rift enslaves mankind, Fry gets a girlfriend (Brittany Murphy) and Bender joins the League of Robots. It’s almost like … three TV episodes!
FoxHome.com

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The Hammer
Adam Carolla stars in the sweet comedy about an Adam Carolla-esque carpenter struggling to make it as a boxer who acts a lot like Adam Carolla. So, for all of your Adam Carolla needs, get The Hammer … Adam Carolla.
WeinsteinCo.com

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In Bruges
Two Irish hit men (Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson) lay low in the Belgian town Bruges after a job goes bad, make unconvincing tourists and question their own morality/mortality—oh, and it’s a comedy. Far as can be told through the accents.
NBCUni.com

More New DVD Releases (June 24)
10,000 B.C., Bonneville, Careless, Definitely Maybe, Finishing the Game, The Lodge, Maiden Voyage: Ocean Hijack, Persepolis, The Spiderwick Chronicles, The Tattooist, Telling Lies

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