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Now on Home Video: "Lincoln Lawyer," "Rango," "Insidious," "Arthur"

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    Greasy lawyers, sad lizards, scary kids, rich drunks, political conflict, some old favorites, prize winners and silent film legends are all here to help you get through your next bout with agoraphobia.

    The Lincoln Lawyer
    Matthew McConaughey stars as a lawyer of squishy moral fiber who is hired to defend a wealthy man, played by Ryan Phillipe, against charges of rape and attempted murder. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our home-video review and watch the trailer

    Rango
    An iguana in the midst of an identity crisis stumbles upon a desert town badly in need of saving. Features the voice of Johnny Depp. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    "Insidious"

    [NATL] "Insidious"
    "Insidious"

    Insidious
    Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne star as a couple who moves with their young son into a new home, where things pretty quickly start to go badly--is the house haunted? Or is the boy?!?!?! Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Arthur
    Russell Brand, Helen Mirren and Greta Gerwig star in this remake of the Dudley Moore classic about a spoiled rich drunk who is forced to choose between the family fortune and the woman he loves. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Miral
    Frieda Pinto stars in director Julian Schnabel's film about a Palestinian orphan who finds herself drawn into a centuries-old conflict when she begins teaching refugees. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    "Arthur"

    [NATL] "Arthur"
    Russell Brand takes on the role that earned Dudley Moore and Oscar nomination, playing a spoiled overgrown brat who gives up the family fortune when he refuses to marry the woman they've chosen for him. Co-starring Helen Mirren, Greta Gerwig, Jennifer Garner and Luis Guzman, the film opens April 8.

    Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
    Winner of the top prize at Cannes this year, the film tells the story of a man nearing death who is visited by visions of loved ones. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    Brazil
    Jonathan Price stars as a bureaucrat in a near-future dystopia who, in an effort to correct an administrative error, becomes an enemy of the state. This brilliant film foresaw both the rise of the Internet and the War on Terror. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    First Look: "The Lincoln Lawyer"

    [NATL] First Look: "The Lincoln Lawyer"
    Matthew McConaughey is a defense attorney who conducts a great deal of his business from the backseat of a Lincoln town car driven by a former client paying off his debt. He takes on a wealthy client who appears to have been set up, only to realize that he may be defending a man guilty of murder. Co-starring Ryan Phillippe, Marisa Tomei and William H. Macy, the film opens March 18.

    Naked
    David Thewlis gives one of the great performances of the '90s in Mike Leigh's film about a rapist who goes on the run and winds up wandering the streets ranting about God and Man. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Buster Keaton Short Films Collection
    A new collection bringing together more than six hours of footage of one of Hollywood's greatest stars. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    [REC] 2
    This sequel to the 2007 Spanish thriller about the outbreak of a deadly virus picks up just moments after the first left off. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    White Irish Drinkers
    Two brothers growing up in Brooklyn in the '70s plan a robbery, using a Rolling Stones concert as a distraction, in the hopes of getting enough money to escape their abusive father and feckless mother. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer