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The Fighter, Hereafter, Sharktopus, Sugar Boxx, The Switch 

New DVD releases Tuesday, March 15

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The Fighter

Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams star in the true story of a small-town boxer who, against all odds, his horrible family, junkie brother and bad hairstyle decisions, wins a historic title bout. (Paramount)

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Hereafter
A psychic (Matt Damon) connects with a French journalist and a London schoolboy on the other side of the world; whispering, weepy New-Ageism and disaster scenes ensue. Directed by Clint “Get Off My Lawn” Eastwood? (Warner Bros.)

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Sharktopus
A hybrid shark/octopus developed in a military lab conveniently located next to a beach resort gets loose! And only Eric Roberts can stop the ensuing bikini-babe buffet! Syfy’s greatest pre-Mega Python vs. Gatoroid film. (Anchor Bay)

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Sugar Boxx
A female journalist goes undercover at Sugar State women’s penitentiary to investigate wrongful imprisonment and brutality, only to wind up in a grindhouse sexploitation flick with Kitten Natividad and Tura Satana! (SugarBoxx.com)

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The Switch
A single NYC woman (Jennifer Aniston, as always) is accidentally impregnated via sperm-donor cup by her platonic pal (Jason Bateman), and we all learn valuable lessons about love, friendship and the scourge of Jennifer Aniston. (Lionsgate)

More New DVD Releases (March 15)
Hemingway’s Garden of Eden, I Shouldn’t Be Alive: Season 3, The Parking Lot Movie, Pink: Alive & Kicking, Rhyme & Punishment, Shadow, A Shrine of Rainbows, Spooner, Urgency, Who Do You Think You Are? Season 1

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