American Affair, Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse, Early Edition, El Camino 

New DVD Releases July 28

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An American Affair
A 1960s socialite (Gretchen Mol) has an affair with a D.C. political figure and befriends her teen-boy neighbor in a not-so-subtle retelling of the John F. Kennedy story paired with a coming-of-age tale. So, you know how it ends. ScreenMediaFilms.net
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Battlestar Galactica: Season 4.5
The final half of the final season, wherein all of the Cylons are revealed, Earth (or a reasonable facsimile) is found, and fans may or may not be pissed to learn that The Complete Series is also being released on DVD today. NBCUni.com
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Dollhouse: Season 1
Eliza Dushku stars as a programmable “Doll” for hire, playing everything from spy to burglar to pop singer, all of which conveniently require tight outfits and bad attitudes. Meanwhile, the feds (and Fox) are out to shut it down. FoxHome.com
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Early Edition: Season 2
A Chicago man (Friday Night Lights’ Kyle Chandler) receives tomorrow’s newspaper today, which he uses to save lives rather than play the lottery or spoil The Family Circus. See, kids, in the ‘90s, people read newspapers Paramount.com
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El Camino
Two men and a woman (Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss) take an East-to-West- Coast road trip of self-discovery, booze, cigarettes and angst to scatter a dead friend’s ashes in Mexico. Not the laugh-riot you’d probably expect. LifeSizeEntertainment.com
More New DVD Releases (July 28)
Angel of Death, Bart Got a Room, Big Man Japan, Everest, Fast & Furious, The Fifth Commandment, Knight Rider: Season 1, Living the Dream, Streets of Blood, Strongbad E-mails 6, Torchwood: Children of Earth, True True Lie, The Union
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