Bandslam, Breaking Bad, Did You Hear About the Morgans?, The Fourth Kind, Monk 

New DVD releases Tuesday, March 16

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Bandslam

It’s High School Musical meets School of Rock meets Glee! But nowhere near as good as any of ’em. Three outcasts (including Vanessa Hudgens) band together to win a national music competition while looking really pretty.
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Breaking Bad: Season 2

Albuquerque meth-biz partners Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) get in even further over their heads, the body count rises and Walt’s family comes closer to learning the truth. All this, and an exploding head on a tortoise.
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Did You Hear About the Morgans?

A bickering big-city couple (Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker) witness a murder and are placed into witness relocation in—wait for it—hick-country Wyoming; wackiness and many a missed horse-face gag ensue.
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The Fourth Kind

A good-lookin’ scientist (Milla Jovovich) investigates supposed alien-abduction cases in Nome, Alaska. Strangely, the theory of people willing to do anything to get the hell out of Nome, Alaska, is never introduced.
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Monk: Season 8

The final season of your mom’s favorite OCD detective series, wherein Monk (Tony Shalhoub) finds closure on everything from his wife’s murder to Sharona to getting his badge back. But what about Dale the Whale?

More New DVD Releases (March 16)
Armored, Astro Boy, Brief Interviews With Hideous Men, Broken Embraces, High Life, Ninja Assassin, Order of Chaos, The Princess & the Frog, South Park: Season 13, Unrivaled, Wonderful World

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