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Friday, December 28, 2001

The Associated Press

"Evolution" -- David Duchovny and Orlando Jones are instructors at a community college who try to keep their meteor discovery quiet -- until lab samples start evolving and working their way up the evolutionary ladder in this comedy.

"Two Can Play That Game" -- Vivica A. Fox and Morris Chestnut star in this sassy African-American, Los Angeles version of HBO's "Sex and the City." Fox is the romantic guru of her circle who, after spotting her boyfriend with a man-stealing rival (Gabrielle Union), tries to teach him a lesson.

"Kill Me Later" -- Selma Blair is a bank loan officer whose plan to kill herself is disrupted by a robbery. Instead of leaping from a building, she's taken hostage -- and agrees to cooperate if he'll kill her later.

"Dancing at the Blue Iguana" -- This movie about strip-club dancers in the San Fernando Valley stars Daryl Hannah, Sandra Oh, Jennifer Tilly and newcomer Charlotte Ayanna.

"Up Against Amanda" -- Former Pittsburgher David DeWitt stars in this independent film about a beautiful but troubled woman (Justine Priestley) who sets her sights on her married neighbor and will let nothing get in her way. DeWitt attended Kiski Area High School and West Virginia University before moving to Los Angeles in 1994. In his review of this, drive-in king Joe Bob Briggs wrote, "As erotic thrillers go, it's fairly decent and has some truly spooky moments. David DeWitt is outstanding as the faithful husband who makes a stupid mistake."

Editor's note: The roundup of January video releases will appear next week.

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