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New on Home Video: "Ides of March", "Bucky Larson", "Abduction" & More



    The Ides of March
    Ryan Gosling stars as a young political consultant working on a presidential campaign who finds himself in way over his head after his libido and vanity get the better of him. Directed by George Clooney, who co-stars along with Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei and Jeffrey Wright. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Taylor Lautner plays a young man who begins to suspect that he is not exactly who he's been told he is--a suspicion that's confirmed when a team of assassins shows up at his home. Co-starring Lily Collins, directed by John Singleton. Watch the trailer

    Bombay Beach
    A documentary about three boys struggling to stay afloat in a failing community development in the Salton Sea in the middle of the Colorado desert. Watch the trailer

    Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star
    Nick Swardson stars as a young man who moves to LA to follow in the footsteps of his porn-star parents, only to become an unlikely star thanks to his less-than-average looks. Watch the trailer

    Four cops struggle to balance the demands of their jobs and life at home as fathers. Watch the trailer

    Dirty Girl
    Juno Temple stars as a young southern girl in the '80s with a bad reputation who decides to run away from home with her fat gay friend, Clarke, and a bag of flour named Joan. Co-stars Milla Jovovich, William H. Macy, Mary Steenburgen and Dwight Yoakam. Watch the trailer

    Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
    Comedian Kevin Hart's incredibly successful tour is captured on film as the funnyman weighs in on his parents and his hometown of Philadelphia. Watch the trailer

    Killing Bono
    A comedy about a rock group in Ireland who can only sit and watch as their friends in U2 become the biggest band in the world. Watch the trailer

    Mysteries of Lisbon
    A 19th-century period piece in which an orphan is the common link between a wealthy priest, a mad countess, an ex-pirate. Watch the trailer

    Freddie Highmore stars in this adaptation of food writer Nigel Slater's autobiography that centers on his childhood when he fell in love with food despite having a mother who was a bad cook. Watch the trailer