Beer In Hell, This Is It, Pawn Stars, Surrogates, Whip It 

New DVD releases Tuesday, Jan. 26

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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

The long-un-awaited film adaptation of blogger/author Tucker Max’s book of the same name, starring several nobodies— and Traci Lords! How did a guy who can barely write make a fairly decent movie? He didn’t star in it.
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Michael Jackson’s This Is It

Pre-mortem rehearsal and backstage footage of Michael Jackson’s ill-fated 2009 London concerts that reminds us not only how talented he really was but how much of a naggy bitch choreographer Kenny Ortega still is.
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Pawn Stars: Season 1

How is a reality show about a Las Vegas pawn shop more addictive than The Antiques Roadshow? You never see Playboy magazine collections, sweet electric guitars and Kiss pinball machines on PBS, do ya?
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Bruce Willis, his ridiculous wig and the people of the future live as robotic avatars in a world free of murder—you know, until someone gets murdered. Then, it’s up to Willis to unravel a conspiracy! If not a wig.
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Whip It

Drew Barrymore’s indie comedy about a Texas teen (Ellen Page) caught up with Austin roller derby and a prick boyfriend—which always happens in roller derby. Action-packed and funny, if sometimes too “girly.” That ain’t derby!

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 26)
Alone In the Dark II, The Boys Are Back, Bridgette’s Sexiest Beaches: Season 1, Bright Star, The Donner Party, Lost City Raiders, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose: Season 2, Saw VI, Southland: Season 1, St. Trinian’s School for Bad Girls

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