The American, Archer, Made in Romania, Resident Evil: Afterlife, United States of Tara 

New DVD releases Tuesday, Dec. 28

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The American
A good-lookin’-but-troubled assassin (good-lookin’-but-not-troubled George Clooney) takes a vacation and a lover (Thekla Reuten), which may get him caught, or killed. Will he choose the girl or the job? C’mon, it’s Clooney.
(Focus)

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Archer: Season 1
The best (and dirtiest) non-Adult Swim cartoon of 2010: Sterling Archer is the world’s most dangerous secret agent and a complete idiot, with equally effdup co-workers who are more of a threat than any foreign government. U-S-A!
(Fox)

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Made in Romania
To make his dream adaptation of an obscure Victorian novel, a producer accepts money from shady financiers and agrees to shoot in Romania; wackiness, trouble and Elizabeth Hurley (as Elizabeth Hurley) ensue.
(Echo Bridge)

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Resident Evil: Afterlife
In the third unnecessary sequel to Resident Evil, Alice (Milla Jovovich) continues to battle the Umbrella Corporation and its mutant zombie dogs, with Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller in tow. It has to be over now, right?
(Screen Gems)

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United States of Tara: Season 2
In the second season of TV’s best (and only) multiple-personality dramedy, Tara’s (Toni Collette) briefly suppressed “alters” return with a vengeance, “Buck” gets a girlfriend, and then
it gets weird. Seriously.
(Paramount) 

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 28)
And Soon the Darkness, Coyote County Loser, Cyborg Conquest, Dying God, Handsome Harry, The Haunting of Amelia, Jersey Shore: Season 2, Legacy, Spin, Twelve

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