The Other Woman, 1 Chance 2 Dance 

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, July 29

The Other Woman
  • The Other Woman

The Other Woman
A wife (Leslie Mann), a mistress (Cameron Diaz) and a younger mistress (Kate Upton) plot revenge against the man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) who's been three-timing them all. Also starring Nicki Minaj's ass, which should get its own movie. (Fox)

1 Chance 2 Dance
When a teen girl (Lexi Giovagnoli) is uprooted to a new East Coast high school in her senior year, she's torn between two boys and her One Last Shot at becoming a dancer. How many previous shots she's had at the old age of 17 remains unclear. (Monarch)

Cuban Fury
Speaking of dancing: 20 years after his career as a champion salsa dancer was traumatically ended, Bruce (Nick Frost) faces down his demons and gets back on the dance floor to win over a woman (Rashida Jones). See? It's not over at 17. (eOne)

Mystery Science Theater 3000 XXX
In Vol. 30(!), Joel, Mike and the 'bots suffer through terrible flicks The Black Scorpion, Outlaw of Gor, The Projected Man and It Lives By Night, episodes that span the Comedy Central and Sci-Fi Channel (not Syfy) years. (Shout Factory)

Noah
Before a flood overtakes the planet, God tells Noah (Russell Crowe) to build an ark and save the animals because humans suck (as true now as it was then). A poignant family drama based on a true/fake story from an old book/the Bible. (Paramount)

More New DVD Releases (July 29)
The Amazing Catfish, Amber Alert: Terror on the Highway, American Dad: Vol. 9, Big Losers, Cold Turkey, The Den, Dragonwolf, Five Dances, The French Minister, Frontline: United States of Secrets, Half of a Yellow Sun, It Felt Like Love, The Protector 2, Secret State, Tennessee Queer

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