Breaking Bad, The Big C 

New DVDs Tuesday, June 7

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Breaking Bad: Season 3
Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) drive even deeper into the Albuquerque meth biz, striking a multimillion-dollar production deal, narrowly avoiding discovery, killing a few people—the usual. All this, and more Saul (Bob Odenkirk)! (Sony)

The Big C: Season 1
The “C” is cancer, and suburban housewife Cathy (Laura Linney) has it—not that she’s going to tell her family. The Big C starts as a strong Showtime series, but fades into Lifetime schmaltz that Season 2 might remedy on June 27. (Sony)

Just Go With It
A plastic surgeon (Adam Sandler—no, really) lies to meet a girl, and then drags his assistant (Jennifer Aniston—no, really) into the lie. Naturally, they fall in love, and we meet the inventor of the iPod (Dave Matthews—no, really). (Sony)

Leverage: Season 3
The Leverage team breaks Nate (Timothy Hutton) out of prison and launches a new series of grifter capers—including breaking up child-labor rings, infiltrating the Department of Defense and watching George Clooney’s girlfriend try to act. (Paramount)

True Grit
Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) is out to avenge her father’s murder, and only Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) can help her. Actually, there are probably far-more-qualified candidates—like Texas Ranger LaBeouf (Matt Damon), also along for the ride. (Paramount)

More New DVD Releases (June 7)
American: The Bill Hicks Story, Blue Crush 2, Burn Notice: Season 4, The Company Men, The Glades: Season 1, Hawthorne: Season 2, The Housemaid, Pretty Little Liars: Season 1, Rubber, Sanctum, Secret Life of the American Teenager: Vol. 6, Shadows & Lies, White Collar: Season 3

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