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Tower Heist, Cat Run 

New DVDs Tuesday, Feb. 21

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Tower Heist
When a billionaire Wall Street weasel (Alan Alda) steals their retirement funds, his ex-employees (including Ben Stiller and a sprawling cast of people funnier than Ben Stiller) plot their revenge with—you got it—a tower heist. (Universal)

Cat Run
Two childhood friends, failing everything else, start a detective agency. Of course, their first case is protecting a way-too-hot call girl (way-too-hot Paz Vega) who’s on the lam from the mob, the Feds and an assassin. So where are the cats? (Paladin)

Honey 2
In the sequel no one asked for, Katerina Graham takes over the Jessica Alba “acting” role as a Bronx dancer with big dreams and a shot at “nationals,” whatever that is. Also starring Mario Lopez(!) and Audrina Patridge(!!). Now it’s a party! (Universal)

Rosewood Lane
A radio talk-show psychiatrist (Rose McGowan) moves back to her old neighborhood, only to be terrorized by a creepy, murderous paperboy. What’s more surprising—that there are still paperboys, or Rose McGowan getting a job? (WS Films)

Weeds: Season 7
The (wrongly) maligned seventh season, wherein Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) relaunches her pot biz in New York after doing jail time and brings the whole family together again. An inspirational tale—with a cliffhanger ending! (Lionsgate)

More New DVD Releases (Feb. 21)
Bad Actress, Fiesta Island Party Girls 2, House of Flesh Mannequins, Inkubus, J. Edgar, Left & Loose In the Lot, London Boulevard, Martha Marcy May Marlene, The Mighty Macs, Nurse Jackie: Season 3, Retreat, Return to Bloodfart Lake, Rules of Engagement: Season 5, The Son of No One

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