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Sex, The City, and Sand lead this week's run of DVD releases in the FOXLight. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall all return for Sex and the City 2, where they take on marriage, motherhood, and Morocco.  But this adventure came up a bit light for the viewer, the critics, and in the box office receipts...

Pioneering journalism leads to murder in The Girl Who Played With Fire, where two journalists, Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist, attempt to blow the lid off a sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe and Sweden, and one of them is framed for a murder...

And a 17-year-old Ozark girl sets out to find her delinquent father, who's wanted on a bail bond that could take their home, in Winter's Bone.

Also out this week...

The musical enigma known as Harry Nilsson is the subject of a long unreleased documentary, Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him)? Director John Scheinfeld dissects the life of this oft-forgotten pop genius, from his close ties to The Beatles to his split life of a devoted father and party animal, with many rare and never before seen clips...

New to Blu-ray...

Back To The Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy, featuring all 3 films and never before seen footage of original Marty McFly, Eric Stolz...

Original and Extended cuts of Alien, Aliens, Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection combine for their Hi-Def debut on Alien Anthology, which adds 2 bonus discs with 65 hours worth of archival and unseen content...

And Stanley Kubrick's 1957 anti-war masterpiece Paths Of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas.

And this week's TV on DVD includes...

Animated favorites Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Complete Season 2...and Adult Swim-ers The Venture Bros: Season 4, Volume 1...

Broadcast hit C.S.I. NY: The Complete 6th Season...

Gastro-fave Man vs. Food: Season 2...

Al Pacino's riveting portrayal as euthanasia proponent Dr. Jack Kervorkian in HBO Films' You Don't Know Jack...

And 4 Decades of The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson compiles 56 shows considered to be his best, spanning 1965-1990, plus bonus footage of some rescued 60's shows thought to be gone forever.

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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!