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Walk of Shame, The Lego Movie

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, June 17

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Walk of Shame
After a one-night stand, a TV news reporter (Elizabeth Banks) is stranded in downtown L.A. without a phone or ID—will she make it back to the station in time for her big anchor break? It’s After Hours in a ridiculously tight dress. (Universal)

The Lego Movie
An average Lego dude (Chris Pratt) is mistakenly drafted into an epic quest to bring down an evil bastard (Will Arnett). Likewise, an average writer dude is drafted into a quest against unwarranted all-caps (it’s Lego, not LEGO!). (Warner Bros.)

Authors Anonymous
A group of unpublished writers welcome in a newbie (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) who then becomes a best-selling overnight success. Will they let jealousy destroy them? They’re writers—of course they’ll let jealousy destroy them. (Screen Media)

Four of Hearts
A couple looking to spice things up have a four-way with their uninhibited friends, and everything’s just fine. Kidding! The relationships turn weird and uncomfortable, further proving that porn is preferable to romantic drama. (RLJ Entertainment)

No Clue
A mysterious woman (Amy Smart) hires a detective (Brett Butt—yes, really) to find her missing brother. Thing is, he’s actually just an adman who works across the hall from the real detective. He takes the case; nothing as funny as “Brett Butt” ensues. (eOne)

More New DVD Releases (June 17)
Assumed Killer, Blood Soaked, Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor, Dark Souls, The Escape Artist, A Fighting Man, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Hollywood Dreams, House of Cards: Season 2, Joe, Joy Ride 3: Roadkill, Judex, Meth Head, Regular Show: Season 3, Teen Wolf: Season 3 Pt. 2

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