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Now on Home Video: "American Reunion", "Being Flynn" & More

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The gang comes together a decade after graduation to see not much has changed. Stars Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari, Shannon Elizabeth, Tara Reid, Natasha Lyonne, Eugene Levy, and Jennifer Coolidge, opens April 6, 2012.

    All In - The Poker Movie
    A documentary about the poker boom that started in New York City and ultimately took over a large slice of the Internet--until the Federal government shut down three of the biggest poker sites in the world. Features interviews with Matt Damon, Chris Moneymaker, Ira Glass and Frank Deford.


    American Reunion
    The fourth (or eighth, depending on if you count direct-to-video) installment of the "American Pie" franchise finds the whole gang coming together for their high school reunion, where they all realize that things didn't turn out the way they might've hoped.

    Margaret
    Writer-director Kenneth Lonnergan's long-gestating film about a high school student (Anna Paquin) who finds herself at the center of a terrible tragedy and grapples with the guilt and right vs. wrong. Co-stars Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo and Allison Janney.


    Flowers of War
    Christian Bale stars as a man in China posing as a priest who tries to save a group of women from 1937's Rape of Nanking by the Japanese.

    Being Flynn
    Based on Nick Flynn's tragi-comic memoir, "Another Bulls***" Night in Suck City," the film stars Paul Dano as a struggling writer who is reunited with his estranged father when the old man, played by Robert De Niro, checks in to the homeless shelter where the younger man works.

    Zombies vs. Strippers
    With a title like that you need a plot synopsis?