Capsule reviews, by Standard-Examiner movie critic Steve Salles, of this week's releases on DVD:
JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME *** (R) Language including sexual references and some drug use. Slacker Jeff (Jason Segel) seeks guidance from destiny. He'll spend a game-changing day on the streets of Baton Rouge, La., in this completely original tale of following fate's design. It's odd, but refreshing. Ed Helms, Susan Sarandon, Judy Greer and Rae Dawn Chong also star. 83 minutes.
WANDERLUST *** (R) Sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use. An uptight Manhattan couple happen upon a hippie commune off the beaten path and decide to experience a change of life. But when the herbs and rainbows lose their luster for one of them, what is this couple going to do? This is a funny, but crass, comedy made palatable by the amazing talents of Paul Rudd. 98 minutes.
PROJECT X * 1/2 (R) Crude and sexual content throughout, nudity, drugs, drinking, pervasive language, reckless behavior and mayhem -- all involving teens. I've seen some irresponsible movies in my day, but this makes "Animal House" look like a church social. There are a handful of painful laughs, but mostly this is just painful. 88 minutes.
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AND EVERYTHING IS GOING FINE (Not rated) While Spalding Gray was a gifted actor who gave fine performances in the films "True Stories," "The Killing Fields" and "King Of The Hill," he was at his best playing himself without a supporting cast. 89 minutes.
KEYHOLE (R) Profanity, sexual situations, nudity, adult situations, violence. Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin takes viewers on a surreal journey into the psyche of a desperate gangster backed into a dangerous corner in this psycho-sexual take on Homer's "Odyssey." 93 minutes.
SEEKING JUSTICE (R) Violence, profanity, sexual situations. A beloved high-school teacher empowers a group of vigilantes to exact revenge against the criminal who attacked his wife, but begins to regret the decision when the clandestine crime fighters demand that he kill a man in return. Nicholas Cage, January Jones and Guy Pearce star. 105 minutes.
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