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Better Living Through Chemistry

A dull pharmacist (Sam Rockwell) is drawn into an affair of meds, martinis and sex with a sultry prescription addict (Olivia Wilde)—until the DEA comes around. If you buy Rockwell and Wilde as bored suburbanites, you'll buy this. (Universal)

Date & Switch

High-school buds Michael and Matty (Nicholas Braun and Hunter Cope) make a pact to lose their virginities by prom night—then Matty announces he's gay. If you buy these two (and Dakota Johnson) as teens, you'll buy this. (Lionsgate)

Flowers in the Attic

A flighty widow (Heather Graham) leaves her children (including Kiernan Shipka) with her crazy mother (Ellen Burstyn), who abuses them and locks them in her attic for years. Based on the "gothic teen incest classic"(!) of the same name. (A&E)

Ride Along

A police academy newbie/Chris Tucker impersonator (Kevin Hart) goes on a ride-along with his girlfriend's veteran cop brother (Ice Cube) to prove his worth, and all the crazy shit you'd expect happens over the next 24 hours. (Universal)

Trap for Cinderella

After awakening from an accident with amnesia, a woman (Tuppence Middleton) tries to piece her life back together with a childhood friend's (Alexandra Roach) help; deception and psycho-sexual lesbian obsession ensue. Of course it's French. (IFC)

More New DVD Releases (April 15)

After the Dark, Anger Management: Vol. 3, Blood Shed, Camp Dread, Confine, Copperhead, Death Do Us Part, The Formula, Great Expectations, Interior Leather Bar, Legend of the Red Reaper, Mobius, Not Safe For Work, The Nut Job, Philomena, Playdate, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

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