DVD Releases for February 23, 2010

Feb. 23 2010, Published 5:39 a.m. ET

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The Box (R)

How far would you go to get a million dollars? A young couple is presented with a box that would let them push a button for a big payday -- but each one would cause a stranger to die. As their temptation grows, they become more deeply entrenched in an orchestrated set of unexpected -- and unnerving -- events. (Cameron Diaz Norma Lewis, James Marsden Arthur Lewis)

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The Damned United (R)

Soccer is serious business in England, and no one takes it lightly when things go awry. The Damned United chronicles the comical, tragic, 44-day tenure of Brian Clough as the manager of Leeds United. Clough had a reputation, but could his exuberance overcome tough opposition from an increasingly cynical sport? (Michael Sheen Brian Clough, Timothy Spall Brian Taylor)

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The Informant! (R)

Matt Damon dons a mustache and big glasses to play Mark Whitacre, the highest-ranking corporate whistle-bower in American history. But Mark fancies himself a secret agent, and isn’t telling the FBI everything. His ever-changing stories make taking down his company all the tougher. (Matt Damon Mark Whitacre, Joel McHale FBI Special Agent Bob Herndon)

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The September Issue (PG-13)

A small camera crew and director get unprecedented access to the halls of Vogue magazine -- and an unusually intimate glimpse at its editor, Anna Wintour (aka the most powerful woman in fashion). From high fashion to gut fear, the creative process for Vogue’s biggest issue of the year has it all. (Anna Wintour herself, Grace Coddington herself)

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