24, The A-Team, Cyrus, The Last International Playboy, The Other Guys 

New DVD releases Tuesday, Dec. 14

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24: Season 8

In the final season, Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) races to stop a terrorist threat and an assassination attempt in New York City—they do everything bigger in the Apple. Guest-starring Katee Sackhoff as—what else?—crazy.
(Fox)

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The A-Team
Four wrongly jailed Special Forces soldiers (Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, “Rampage” Jackson and Patrick Wilson) break out to blow stuff up, kick ass and clear their names. Co-starring Jessica Biel as—what else?—dead weight.
(Fox)

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Cyrus
A depressed divorcé (John C. Reilly) falls for a happy divorcee (Marisa Tomei) who happens to live with her creepy, clingy son (Jonah Hill); all have bad, bad hair. Co-starring Catherine Keener as—what else?—the ex-wife.
(Fox Searchlight)

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The Last International Playboy
NYC writer Jack Frost (Jason Behr), stunned by the news that his childhood sweetheart is engaged, is encouraged by his ne’er-do-well friends (including Krysten Ritter) to party till he pukes with naked supermodels. Solved!
(MTI)

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The Other Guys
Two hapless NYPD detectives (Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg) take on the city’s biggest case after the force’s superstars are killed in a freak (and funny) accident. Gunplay, car crashes, witless banter and Eva Mendes ensue.
(Sony)

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 14)
Army Wives: Season 4, Coach: Season 4, Despicable Me, Disengagement, Exit Through the Gift Shop, Frenemy, The IT Crowd: Season 4, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Mother & Child, Nanny McPhee Returns, Slave, The Trotsky

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