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The Change-Up, Atlas Shrugged 

New DVDs Tuesday, Nov. 8

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The Change-Up
An overworked married guy (Jason Bateman) switches bodies with his single man-slut bud (Ryan Reynolds); hilarity, nudity and Valuable Life Lessons ensue. Not to be confused with about 15 identical ’80s movies. (Universal)

Atlas Shrugged: Part 1
Dark forces converge to bring about the economic collapse of America in 2016, and only two good-lookin’ “rugged individualists” can stop it. Typical Hollywood: No “rugged individualist” right-wingers are this pretty. (Fox)

Black Zoo
The 1963 gore classic about a cult leader who uses his own private zoo of big cats and gorillas to tear apart anyone who opposes him, remastered and re-released! The Zookeeper really should have been more like this. (Warner Bros.)

One in the Gun
A broke artist becomes embroiled in an affair with the wife of a rich businessman, which ends in lies, double-crosses, triple-crosses and a violent orgy in a remote motel. Not to be confused with about 15 identical ’90s movies. (MTI)

The Perfect Age of Rock & Roll
When famous rock star Spyder (Kevin Zegers) drops a flop second album, he embarks on a not-at-all-clichéd road trip down Route 66 to find the True Meaning of Rock & Roll. Also featuring a pact with Satan and death at 27. (E1)

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 8)
13, Alleged, Born Bad, Boy Wonder, Crime of Love, Doctor Who: Season 6 Part 2, Law & Order: The Complete Series, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Restitution, The Reunion, The River Why

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