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New on Home Video: "Bridesmaids" a Bridesmaid No More

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    Bridesmaids
    Kristen Wiig stars in one of the year's best comedies, as a woman who finds herself overmatched by the demands of being maid-of-honor to her best friend--features a breakout performance from newly minted Emmy winner Melissa McCarthy. Now on home video, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Dumbo (2-Disc 70th Anniversary Combo Pack)
    You're favorite flying elephant is back, this time in every format this side of 8-track. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    The Kennedys
    Barry Pepper won an Emmy for his portrayal of Bobby Kennedy in this mini-series starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes about a storied political dynasty. Now on home video, watch the trailer

    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    (50th Anniversary Edition)
    Audrey Hepburn in her most iconic role, as Holly Golightly, a young woman who like millions before and since heads off the New York City to reinvent herself and fall in love.. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    The Others
    Nicole Kidman stars in this gripping haunted house tale about a young mother trying to keep her children safe in the wake of WW II while they await the return of their dad. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    It's The "Bridesmaids" Trailer -- Think "The Hangover" for Ladies

    [NATL] "Bridesmaids"
    Kristen Wiig stars as a broke and heartbroken woman determined to be the best maid of honor she can be to her friend, played by Maya Rudolph. Co-stars Rose Byrne, Wendi Mclendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Melissa McCarthy

    Set Up
    Bruce Willis, Ryan Phillippe and 50 Cent star as three friends who plan a heist--but one of them has designs on taking all the loot for himself. Never saw the light of a theater. Now on home video, watch the trailer (WARNING: ADULT LANGUAGE)

    Captain America
    Long before you'd ever heard of Chris Evans, Matt Salinger (son of J.D.) starred as the most patriotic of superheroes, in this laughably low-budget incarnation that was never released in U.S. theaters. Now on home video, watch the trailer

    Bride Flight
    Three young women flee post-war Europe by hopping on a plane bound for New Zealand, where they hope to find new lives--and loves. Now on home video, watch the trailer

    We Are the Night
    A sect of sexy vampires troll the underground clubs of Berlin looking for fresh meat and new members. Now on home video, watch the trailer