Wanderlust, Charlie's Angels 

New DVDs Tuesday, June 19

click to enlarge Wanderlust - UNIVERSAL
  • Universal
  • Wanderlust

A stressed-out, downsized Manhattan couple (Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston) en route to Atlanta happens upon a hippie commune, decides to move in and enjoys the simple life; nudity, hilarity, more nudity and Alan Alda ensue. (Universal)

Charlie’s Angels: The Complete Series
The way-too-serious 2011 remake, starring Minka Kelly and two other actresses you’ll never hear from again as sexy cons recruited by “Charlie” to become sexy detectives. Includes one unaired episode, which also happens to be sexy. (Sony)

Jeff, Who Lives at Home
Pothead Jeff (Jason Segel), his asshole brother Pat (Ed Helms), their mom (Susan Sarandon) and Pat’s cheating wife Linda (Judy Greer) discover the Meaning of Life over the course of a day, and the cameraman discovers the zoom lens. (Paramount)

Project X
Matthew Broderick and Helen Hunt race against time to save lovable chimps from a deadly military experiment in 1987 and … it’s a new, different movie? About idiot high schoolers throwing a disastrous party? Soooo 1987. (Warner Bros.)

Sheena: Season 1
All 22 episodes of the 2000-01 season, starring Gena Lee Nolin as a stripper, er, warrior, who defends the African jungle against assorted bad guys—and she can morph into animals and birds, which also somehow look like strippers. (Sony)

More New DVD Releases (June 19)
A Bag of Hammers, Big Miracle, The FP, Franklin & Bash: Season 1, Keyhole, The Legend of Hell’s Gate, Louie: Season 2, Radio Rebel, Reel Love, The Sarah Silverman Program: The Complete Series, Seeking Justice, Web Therapy: Season 1, Wilfred: Season 1, Witchslayer Gretl

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