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Bob's Burgers

New DVDs Tuesday, April 17

By Bill Frost
Photo by Fox // Bob's Burgers
Posted // April 16,2012 -

Bob’s Burgers: Season 1
Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin) and his weirdo family run Bob’s Burgers, the best (and most dysfunctional) burger joint in the city. It’s also Fox’s best Animation Domination entry in years—once you get past the first episode. (Fox)

Domain
A 17-year-old boy (Isaie Sultan) becomes obsessed with his aunt Nadia (Beatrice Dalle), a brilliant mathematician who also happens to be an alcoholic sexpot with a death wish. It’s cool, he’s gay—it’s a French movie, but not that French. (Strand)

The Man on the Train
A loner criminal (Larry Mullen Jr.—U2’s drummer!) arrives in a small town to rob the local bank—until he’s talked out if it by a poetry professor (Donald Sutherland). Then they just hang out and talk smack about Bono. (New Video)

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
When the IMF is blamed for blowing up the Kremlin, it’s up to Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his rogue band of operatives (Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Paula Patton) to scale buildings, crash cars and look really, really cool. (Paramount)

Shame
A New Yorker (Michael Fassbender) with a sex addiction and intimacy issues gets it on with anything that moves and gets annoyed when his equally damaged sister (Carey Mulligan) moves in and tosses his porn. Not cool, sis. (Fox Searchlight)

More New DVD Releases (April 17)
7 Below, American Dad: Vol. 7, Benson: Season 2, The Bling Ring, Crew 2 Crew, The Divide, Episode 50, Girl Fight, A Heavenly Vintage, Hell’s Labyrinth, The Last Rites of Joe May, Robotropolis, Treme: Season 2

Twitter: @Bill_Frost


 
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