Crazy Stupid Love, Tabloid 

New DVDs Tuesday, Nov. 1

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Crazy, Stupid, Love
When a 40-something guy (Steve Carell) is dumped by his wife (Julianne Moore), it’s up to a handsome player (handsome Ryan Gosling) to get him back into the dating game and, more importantly, into Marisa Tomei. (Warner Bros.)

Errol Morris documents the strange-but-true-but-still-damned-strange story of Joyce McKinney, a former Miss Wyoming embroiled in dirty pictures, stalking, Mormon kidnapping, bondage and, of course, cloning. (IFC Films)

A mysterious drifter (Josh Hartnett) rolls into a terrorized town and, with the help of a bartender (Woody Harrelson), acts to take down the local crime boss (Ron Perlman) and his old lady (Demi Moore). Not anime, but close. (Arc)

Californication: Season 4
Hank’s (David Duchovny) in trouble with the law, which makes his new book a hot item and brings out even more women to bang (including Carla Gugino, Addison Timlin and Callie Thorne). It’s tough being Hank. (Paramount)

An Invisible Sign
Jessica Alba stars as an introverted, quirky math teacher who inspires her school and finds love with an equally ridiculously good-looking science teacher (Chris Messina). It’s Dead Poets Society meets Honey. (IFC Films)

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 1)
Amazon Falls, Boy Toy, Cars 2, The Craigslist Killer, Luther: Season 2, The Nutcracker: The Untold Story, Snow Flower & The Secret Fan, Trespass, Water for Elephants

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