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The Nut Job (2014)

The Nut Job DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D release date was April 15, 2014. The Nut Job Netflix rental release date is May 13, 2014 (estimated) and Redbox release date is May 13, 2014 (estimated).
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AmazonApril 15, 2014Apr 15, 2014 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoApril 8, 2014Apr 8, 2014
iTunes
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Digital HDNo date yet
Redbox
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DVD rentalMay 13, 2014May 13, 2014
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Netflix
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DVD rentalMay 13, 2014May 13, 2014
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Stephen Lang
Director: Peter Lepeniotis
Writer: Lorne Cameron, Peter Lepeniotis
In Theaters: January 17, 2014
Runtime: 85 min
Gross: $64.0 mil            5.7
Surly, a cheeky and clever squirrel, is banished from his hometown and he is forced to live in the busy streets of Oakton. At first, he does not have a clue how to make it, but he runs into something that he believes in the promise land: a nut store. Along with his friend Buddy, who is a rat, he comes up with a master plan to pull a heist at that local nut store. The idea that Surly has behind the nut heist is that he will be able to survive forever, since squirrels survive off nuts. Unfortunately, the heist does not go exactly as planned, and the two friends to through a wide range of trials and tribulations just trying to survive in the modern world. The world gets to see these follies in 3D animation.
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