Adore, Fast & Furious 6 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Dec. 10

Adore
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Adore
Two Australian BFFs (Naomi Watts and Robin Wright) begin having sex with each other’s hot young sons—and yet none of them end up on the Aussie version of Maury, thus negating any sense of realism. Music by Pink Freud. (Paramount)

Fast & Furious 6
The boys are back-er than ever—and working with Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) to bring down an international cabal of mercenary drivers! Don’t overthink it, and keep your oh-so-clever Paul Walker (R.I.P.) jokes to yourself. (Universal)

Screwed: The Movie
Not to be confused with the way-better 2000 comedy Screwed, or Screwed: The Broadway Musical: When a loser finds a magical VHS tape in a porn shop, he becomes a skilled lover. In Screwed 2, he might even get a partner. (Screen Media)

Some Girl(s)
Before he finally gets married, a writer (Adam Brody) travels across the country to make amends with the previous five girlfriends he mistreated. It’s written by Neil LaBute, so you know the women will come out looking just fine. (Phase 4)

Touchy Feely
A successful massage therapist (Rosemarie DeWitt) develops a strange aversion to touch, while her failing dentist brother (Josh Pais) suddenly becomes a miraculous healer. Meanwhile, Ellen Page skulks around doing her usual indie-flick thing. (Magnolia) 

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 10)
7E, Angels Sing, The Angels’ Share, Battle of the Year, Berberian Sound Studio, Despicable Me 2, Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor, Futurama: The Complete Series, The Hunt, Jayne Mansfield’s Car, Jump, Sightseers, The Ultimate Life, Zombie Night

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