DVD Releases for March 2, 2010:

Mar. 1 2010, Published 8:55 a.m. ET

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2012 (PG-13)

If only someone had listened to the Mayans, maybe humans wouldn’t be running for their lives when the apocalypse hits in 2012. Instead, this epic disaster film features a family in a fight for their lives as the world burns, crumbles and explodes toward its end. (John Cusack Jackson Curtis, Amanda Peet Kate Curtis)

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Gentlemen Broncos (PG-13)

Benjamin is an eccentric teen who’s isolated by his mother’s home-schooling and stuck with a terrible wardrobe to boot. When one of his sci-fi stories is ripped off by a legendary novelist, Ben embarks on a quirky adventure that’s interwoven with the space-age story in his mind, told through the oddball eyes of Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess. (Michael Angarano Benjamin, Jermaine Clement Chevalier)

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The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (R)

Pippa Lee appears to lead a charmed, straightforward life. She’s married to a successful publisher, has two grown kids and a close circle of friends. But when a new man makes her acquaintance, she’s forced to confront her very volatile -- and secret -- past. (John Cusack Pippa Lee, Blake Lively Young Pippa, Keanu Reeves Chris Nadeau)

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Where the Wild Things Are (PG)

Spike Jonze adapts Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s story, in which a little boy escapes to his own imaginary world in the forest. Far away from all his hurt and sadness, he becomes king of a wild land filled with massive beasts who take him in as one of their own. (Max Records Max, Catherine Keener Mom)



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