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DVD of the Week: 'I Love You, Man'

It's about time Paul Rudd headlined his own movie, after having stolen scenes in the likes of The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up (note to Judd Apatow: what have you been missing?). Here he plays a real estate agent successful in everything but meeting ... guys? In need of a best man for his impending nuptials, Peter embarks on a series of man dates until this Type A Felix finally meets his Oscar in Jason Segal's Sydney. It's fresh, funny, and sure, there are d*ck jokes, vomit humor and flatulence galore --but isn't that what makes a great guy rom-com?


17 Again Zac Efron and Matthew Perry star in this latest male spin on the Freaky Friday body switcheroo theme.
The Class This 2008 Cannes Palme d'Or winning drama based on true events follows a French teacher's journey over one year instructing a multicultural classroom and the challenges it brought.

Gigantic  Breezy indie about a mattress salesman who dreams of adopting a Chinese baby and meets cute with a rich girl nicknamed "Happy" played by omnipresent indie darling Zooey Deschanel.


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