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Posted: Monday, August 24, 2009 4:16 pm | Updated: 1:35 am, Sat Oct 8, 2011.

 DVD

“Duplicity”: Julia Roberts and Clive Owen co-star in a curveball-throwing thriller as a pair of romantically involved corporate operatives entangled in a rivalry between two pharmaceutical companies.

“Adventureland”: Unable to afford the European vacation he’d dreamed of, recent college graduate (Jesse Eisenberg) reluctantly takes a gig at a local amusement park.

 DVD

“Duplicity”: Julia Roberts and Clive Owen co-star in a curveball-throwing thriller as a pair of romantically involved corporate operatives entangled in a rivalry between two pharmaceutical companies.

“Adventureland”: Unable to afford the European vacation he’d dreamed of, recent college graduate (Jesse Eisenberg) reluctantly takes a gig at a local amusement park.

“Sunshine Cleaning”: A woman (Amy Adams) teams up with her unreliable sister (Emily Blunt) to start a new company that specializes in biohazard removal and crime scene cleanup.

“Fighting”: An unmotivated young man (Channing Tatum) who hustles counterfeit merchandise in New York meets a seasoned street-fighting coach (Terrence Howard).

“The Informers”: Set in Los Angeles during the sex-, drug- and rock-fueled early 1980s, a series of intertwining dramas features characters reveling in the debauched excesses of the era.

Next week: “State of Play”

CD

“Humbug,” Arctic Monkeys: English alt-rockers’ third album, featuring the already released single “Crying Lightning,” was overseen by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.

“Shaka Rock,” Jet: Australian rock band’s third studio album does not include last year’s collaboration with Iggy Pop on a cover of Johnny O’Keefe’s “Wild One.”

Next week: “I Look to You,” Whitney Houston

BOOKS

“206 Bones,” Kathy Reichs: At the start of bestselling author’s 12th thriller to feature Dr. Temperance Brennan, the forensic anthropologist finds herself bound and injured in an underground tomb.

“Alex Cross’s Trial,” James Patterson: Author’s famed D.C. detective learns of an ancestor’s 1906 investigation of the Ku Klux Klan in his Mississippi hometown.

Next week: “Catching Fire,” Suzanne Collins

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