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    Finally, Briton Chris Morris had the courage to make a terrorism comedy that paints your average Jihadi as the buffoons most of them are. (Published Thursday, Mar 18, 2010)

    A little family melodrama, three highly acclaimed documentaries, a Camelot classic, a Jihadist comedy, a bunch of Jackasses, a South Korean crime drama, a dopey romcom and a pretty bad thriller are all on offer this week.

    Every Day
    Helen Hunt and Liev Schreiber star as a married couple living with their kids and her father. When the grind starts to get him down, Schreiber finds himself tempted by the charms of his sexy co-worker, Carla Gugino. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer
     
    A Film Unfinished
    A documentary that reveals a missing reel of Nazi propaganda footage shot in Warsaw in 1942, one that through into doubt what was really happened in previously discovered reels. Now available on DVD, watch the trailer
     
    Excalibur
    Writer-director John Boorman's 1981 epic fantasy about the story of King Arthur, starring Helen Mirren, Patrick Stewart and Gabriel Byrne. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer
     
    Four Lions
    A British comedy about four bumbling hapless terrorists and their laughable attempts to cause mayhem in London. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer
     
    Inside Job
    Charles Ferguson's Oscar-winning documentary, narrated by Matt Damon, about the events that led to the global financial crisis. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our home video review and watch the trailer
     
    Exit Through the Gift Shop
    When a Frenchman living in LA fails miserably in trying to make a documentary about street art legend Banksy, the tables get turned and Banksy makes a doc about him. It's either an amazing true story or a brilliant put on--either way it's a great piece of art. Now available on Blu-ray, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Hapless Jihadis Bumble Through "Four Lions" Trailer

    [NATL] Hapless Jihadis Bumble Through "Four Lions" Trailer
    Finally, Briton Chris Morris had the courage to make a terrorism comedy that paints your average Jihadi as the buffoons most of them are. (Published Thursday, Mar 18, 2010)

    Jackass 3 (Two-Disc Edition w/ 3D)
    A band of merry morons led by Johnny Knoxville subject themselves to all manner of danger for your amusement. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer
     
    The Man From Nowhere
    A crime drama about a widower/ex-special agent who runs a pawn shop and whose only friend is the young girl who lives next door. When the girl is kidnapped,he will stop at nothing to save her. A South Korean film with English subtitles. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Morning Glory
    Rachel Adams stars as the producer of a failing morning show hosted by a diva, Diane Keaton, and a curmudgeon, Harrison Ford. Along the way she falls for Patrick Wilson. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer
     
    The Next Three Days
    From writer-director Paul Haggis comes this film about a man, played by Russell Crowe, determined to prove his wife innocence after she's convicted of murdering her boss. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer