G-Force, Girl From Monaco, The Hangover, Inglorious Basterds, Pussycat Dolls Workout 

New DVD Releases: Tuesday, Dec. 15

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G-Force
An elite team of highly trained guinea pigs (voiced by Nicholas Cage, Steve Buscemi, Tracy Morgan, Penelope Cruz and others) save the world from the forces of evil. Somehow, it’s the most believable Jerry Bruckheimer film ever. Disney.com
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The Girl From Monaco
A lawyer (Fabrice Luchini) travels to Monaco to defend a notorious criminal, but instead falls for a beautiful-but-troubling woman (Louise Bourgoin). Will his bodyguard save the day? Better question: Lawyers have bodyguards? MagPictures.com
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The Hangover
Four buds go to Las Vegas for a bachelorparty weekend, only to wake up with a tiger, a baby and no groom. About 500 hysterically un-P.C. jokes, random violence and the latest sighting of Heather Graham’s right boob ensue. WarnerBros.com
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Inglourious Basterds
Quentin Tarantino’s historically dubious tale of an American hit-squad of Jewish soldiers and a French woman who plot to kill Hitler and bring down the Third Reich during World War II. Arguably as funny as The Hangover. TheWeinsteinCo.com
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The Pussycat Dolls Workout
Choreographer Robin Antin and that one recognizable Pussycat Doll (Nicole, uh, something) show you how to get in shape like a lip-syncing club skank. Arguably as funny as Inglourious Basterds. AnchorBayEntertainment.com

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 15)
George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Latino, Ice Road Truckers: Season 5, In the Blink of an Eye, Miss Mend, The Other Man, Robot Chicken: Season 4, Sarah’s Choice, Taking Woodstock, Trunk, The Tudors: Season 3, Yuri Gagarin

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