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New on Home Video: "Bad Teacher", "Pirates 4", "Red State" & More

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"Beats, Rhymes & Life: Travels of A Tribe Called Quest"

Actor Michael Rapaport makes his directorial debut with this documentary about one of the greatest bands in rap history. Opens July 8.

"Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Setting Sail for Cannes

After making its world premiere May 7 at Disneyland, Johnny Depp's fourth adventure as Capt. Jack Sparrow will head off to the south of France, where it will join Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and Terrence Malick's "Tree of Life" as part of the Cannes Film Festival official selections.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Capt. Jack Sparrow once again narrowly escapes the gallows before hitting the high seas, this time in search of Ponce de Leon's long-lost Fountain of Youth. Now on home video, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer and check out an exclusive sneak peek.

Bad Teacher
Cameron Diaz stars as a middle-school teacher trying to save money to buy breasts implants so she can bed the hot, rich new substitute, Justin Timberlake. Co-stars Jason Segel and Lucy Punch. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Red State
Three sex-starved teens respond to an online ad from an older woman looking for sex, only find themselves face-to-face with a "holy" force with a deadly agenda. Now on home video, watch the trailer

A Better Life
From Chris Weitz ("About a Boy") comes the story of a Mexican immigrant fighting to forge a better life for his son growing up in Los Angeles. Now on home video, watch the trailer

Armadillo
A documentary about a group of Danish soldiers shipping out for their first mission to Afghanistan. In Danish with English subtitles. Now on home video, watch the trailer

Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
First-time director Michael Rapaport documents the 2008 tour of one of the great raps acts of all times, telling the story of their coming together and falling apart and subsequent ups and downs. Now on home video, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Monte Carlo
A young woman, played by Selena Gomez, on vacation in Europe gets mistaken for a socialite, and her two friends, Leighton Meester and Katie Cassidy, convince her to just go with it, and somewhere along the way she meets a boy. Now on home video, watch the trailer

Page One: Inside the New York Times
Andrew Rossi gets unprecedented access to follow David Carr, Brian Stelter and the rest of the NYT's Media Desk to see how the advent of new media is affecting the country's most important newspaper. Now on home video, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

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Winner of last year’s Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film, a prison drama starring real inmates and guards in a story about a Christian and a Muslim who join forces to control the prison's drug trade. Now on home video, watch the trailer

The Captains
William Shatner directs and hosts a documentary in which he talks with his fellow Starship captains about the pressures of the job and the effect it had on their careers. Now on home video, watch the trailer

The Last Circus
A love triangle between two clowns and an acrobat turns wildly, savagely violent. Now on home video, watch the trailer

The Names of Love
A beautiful young lefty with a history of converting conservative men by sleeping with them finds her efforts stymied by an older, centrist scientist in this French romantic comedy. Now on home video, watch the trailer

The Shock Doctrine
Michael Winterbottom's documentary adaptation of Naomi Klein's bestselling book about how "capitalism unrestrained came to dominate the world." Now on home video, watch the trailer
 

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