DVD Previews: Comedy Rules The Week

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From high-school party film Project X, to fish-out-of-water romp Wanderlust, and the sweetly sincere Jeff, Who Lives at Home, This week's DVD/Blu-ray releases are all about the comedy. No matter what your comedic sensibilities are, you'll find a great film to bring home this week.

Project X: This crazy comedy, shot in a found-footage style, follows a group of friends whose plans to throw an epic party get way out of hand. The film is produced by The Hangover director Todd Phillips (check out some Hangover quotes here), and stars Thomas Mann and Oliver Cooper.

Wanderlust: Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston escape their crazy New York City lives and head to a free-love hippie commune. David Wain directed and co-wrote the film, which co-stars Justin Theroux, Malin Akerman, and Ken Marino.

Jeff, Who Lives at Home: The lives of two brothers get hopelessly entangled via a series of happenstantial events in this comedy starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms. Brotherly "mumblecore" team Jay and Mark Duplass wrote and directed the comedy. Check out our Jeff, Who Lives at Home DVD giveaway for a chance to win a Basement Viewing prize pack!

Big Miracle: The incredible true story of an amazing arctic whale rescue, Big Miracle stars Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski. Kristen Bell, Dermot Mulroney, and Ted Danson costar in this heartwarming film from director Ken Kwapis (He's Just Not That Into You).

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Wanderlust Quotes

You like my erection selection?

George (to the mirror)

Eva: I know New York is a great city, but I do not miss that lifestyle at all. I mean it was just stress, and Blackberries, and sleeping pills. I used to drink a triple latte every morning just to wake up.
Linda: Well, I see your point, but I kind of value the sleeping pill and the Blackberry and the latte.
Seth: You know you can really get trapped in that web of beepers and Zenith televisions and Walkmens and Discmans and floppy discs and zip drives, laser discs, answering machines and Nintendo Power Glove...
Linda: Wow, you know so much about technology.

Wanderlust Review

Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd have great screen chemistry, as we first saw in The Object of My Affection. You can imagine our delight...

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