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Limitless and Take Me Home Tonight Available on DVD July 19

What to Rent: New DVDs This Week

Limitless

Bradley Cooper stars in this thriller as Eddie, an author who finds the cure for his writer's block in the form of a new drug. Once he's on AZT, he can access 100% of his brainpower, which takes him from zero to hero in a matter of days. Things start to spiral out of control when Eddie learns of the pill's dangerous side effects, and when those around him start figuring out his secret and want in on the action. Though the plot meanders a bit, it's still a fun ride that confirms Cooper as a marketable leading man. The DVD extras include an alternate ending, an unrated extended cut, deleted scenes and a couple of making-of featurettes.

70%


Take Me Home Tonight

Topher Grace goes totally '80s in this comedy as a college grad who gets a second chance at his dream girl (Teresa Palmer) over the course of one party-filled night. The film boasts every cliché from the decade you could possibly imagine, and though Grace and Palmer have sweet chemistry, overall it doesn't break any new ground. Extras on the DVD include several deleted scenes, a "music boom box" feature, the trailer, and a Take Me Home Tonight music video.

28%

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