Lovelace, Clear History 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Nov. 5

Lovelace - RADIUS
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Lovelace
The story of pioneering porn star Linda Lovelace (as played by Amanda Seyfried), from her breakout in 1972’s Deep Throat to subsequent denouncement of porn. Worth it for Adam Brody (as Harry Reems) and James Franco (as Hugh Hefner!). (Radius)

Clear History
Larry David plays a guy who’s pretty, pretty, pretty much the same as Curb Your Enthusiasm’s “Larry David,” only hairier: a marketing exec who fights with his boss (Jon Hamm) and quits an electric-car company right before it makes millions. (HBO)

Girl Most Likely
After flopping on Broadway, a luckless-in-love New York playwright (Kristen Wiig) moves back in with her mom in New Jersey; indie-flick navel-gazing and the occasional laugh ensue. This was a wide-release film, FYI. (Roadside Attractions)

White House Down
A D.C. cop (Channing Tatum) fights to save the president (Jamie Foxx) from mercenaries (led by James Woods) who are demanding $400 million from the Federal Reserve. Yeah, like there’s any money in there, or we landed on the moon. (Sony)

Syrup
Shiloh Fernandez, Amber Heard, Kellan Lutz and Brittany Snow star in the dark comedy that spells out you what you already know: Advertising is a horrible, horrible business full of horrible, horrible people doing horrible, horrible things. (Magnolia)

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 5)
A Deadly Obsession, Duck Dynasty: I’m Dreaming of a Redneck Christmas, Girl Code: Season 1, Grown Ups 2, Happy Tree Friends: Complete Disaster, Mad Men: Season 6, Magic City: Season 2, Parkland, Ridge War Z, Saved By the Bell: The Compete Collection, Under the Dome: Season 1

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