Hannah Montana, Hope & Faith, In Plain Sight, Marley & Me & Slumdog Millionaire 

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Hannah Montana: Keeping It Real
“Average” teen girl Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus) continues to lead a double life as pop tart Hannah Montana, canoodling with cute boys and celebs, all the while learning the Valuable Life Lesson of “just being yourself.” Uh, WTF? (
Disney.com)

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Hope & Faith: Season 1
Fired Hollywood soap star Faith (Kelly Ripa) is forced to move in with her suburban housewife sister Hope (Faith Ford— just go with it); blonde-on-blonde wackiness and Ted McGinley ensue. Hard to believe ABC canceled it. (
Lionsgate.com)

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In Plain Sight: Season 1
In cable’s best new series, a U.S. Marshal (Mary McCormack) works for the Witness Protection Program in New Mexico, shepherding colorful miscreants to safety—it’s a less glam, but no less entertaining, Burn Notice. Get it. (
NBCUni.com)

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Marley & Me
An annoying, pain-in-the-ass couple (annoying pains-in-the-ass Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston) adopt an annoying, pain-in-the-ass puppy named Marley; annoying, pain-in-theass cutesiness ensues. Oh, and then Marley dies. (
FoxHome.com)

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Slumdog Millionaire
In the feel-good hit of the season, an orphaned Indian boy from the crime-ridden slums goes on a game show while his girlfriend is kidnapped by a mob boss and his fellow neighbor children are sold into prostitution and slavery. Yay! (
FoxHome.com)

More New DVD Releases (March 31)
The Adventures of Robin Hood: Season 3, The Broken, The Butterfly Effect 3, Come Hell or High Water, Jim Gaffigan: King Baby, Ogre, Perkins’ 14, Ricky Gervais: Out of England, Seven Pounds, Slaughter, Spectacular, Time Crimes, Voices

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