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Drive Hard, Let's Be Cops, Tammy 

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Nov. 11

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Drive Hard (RLJ Entertainment)
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Drive Hard
A champion racer-turned-driving instructor (Thomas Jane) gets caught up in a $9 million heist with a mysterious stranger (John Cusack) as they outrun pissed-off mobsters, corrupt cops and, apparently, competent hairstylists. (RLJ Entertainment)

El Desierto
A woman (Victoria Almeida) and two men (Lautaro Delgado and William Prociuk) wait out the zombie apocalypse in a claustrophobic house in the Argentine desert. It’s part Walking Dead, part Big Brother, all dusty and weird. (Subterranea Films)

Let’s Be Cops
A pair of buds (Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr.) dress as policemen for a costume party and, when they’re mistaken for real cops, someone at Fox decided there’s a one-hour-and-44-minute movie all up in here. And it feels good … real good. (Fox)

Queens of the Ring
To connect with her WWE-obsessed son, a single mom (Marilou Berry) convinces her fellow supermarket cashiers to join her in wrestling boot camp to compete as Divas. Also starring The Miz, Eve Torres and … CM Punk?! (RLJ Entertainment)

Tammy
After being fired from her job, loser Tammy (Melissa McCarthy) needs to split town—so she agrees to drive grandma (Susan Sarandon) to Niagra Falls. Wackiness and Valuable Life Lessons ensue. And it feels good … real good. (Warner Bros.)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Nov. 11)
Batman: The Complete Series, Betrayal, Blood First, The Damned, Getting On: Season 1, Hey Arnold: The Complete Series, How to Train Your Dragon 2, I Am Santa Claus, Jersey Boys, Mr. Pip, Once Upon a Time in Queens, Starsky & Hutch: The Complete Series, True Blood: The Complete Series

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