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Top 7 rentals

1. “Madagascar”

2. “The Skeleton Key”

3. “Stealth”

4. “Charlie and the Chocolate


5. “Christmas with the


6. “Bewitched”

7. “The Devil’s Rejects”


Also available

“Batman: The Animated

Series, 1-4”

“Fun with Dick and Jane


“Kiss of Death”

“Scorpion Spring”

“Shoot the Piano Player:

Criterion Collection”

“Star Wars Trilogy”

Available Tuesday

“The 40-Year-Old Virgin”

“Bad News Bears”

“The Island”

“Roll Bounce”


Available soon

“The Exorcism of Emily

Rose,” Dec. 20

“Four Brothers,” Dec. 20

“Dark Water,” Dec. 27

“Into the Blue,” Dec. 27

“Wedding Crashers,” Jan. 3

“The Cave,” Jan. 3

See Dick, love Jane

We’ll have to wait until

Dec. 21 for the Jim Carrey vehicle “Fun with Dick and Jane,” which stars him and Tea Leoni as a well-to-do couple who resort to crime when hubby’s loss of job threatens their way of life. But the 1977 original film, which stars George Segal and – huh? – Jane Fonda, is available this week on DVD.

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