New on DVD & Blu-Ray: The LEGO Movie and The Grand Budapest Hotel
Plus, an acclaimed animated film, some smaller movies, and Netflix's hit political drama.
This week on home video, we've got a surprise animated hit from the typically dreary movie month of February, Wes Anderson's latest winner, and the second season of Netflix's Emmy-winning political drama. Plus, we've got some notable smaller releases, including an Oscar-nominated animation, a well-received David Gordon Green drama starring Nic Cage, and a handful of other indie films. Read on for details:
Also available this week:
David Gordon Green's Joe (83%), starring Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan in a Certified Fresh drama about an ex-con who befriends a teen and becomes his protector.
The Machine (78%), a sci-fi thriller about two programmers who create a self-aware AI, only to have it commandeered by the government.
Walk of Shame (13%), starring Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden in a comedy about a news reporter who gets stranded in the wrong part of town after a drunken one-night stand.
Authors Anonymous (7%), starring Kaley Cuoco and Chris Klein in a comedy about a support group for unpublished authors whose members are rankled when one of them becomes an overnight success.
And lastly, a whopping three releases from the Criterion Collection: Georges Franju's 1963 crime thriller Judex (100%) is available for the first time in a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack, and Peter Weir's Picnic at Hanging Rock (94%) and Peter Davis's documentary Hearts and Minds both get new DVD/Blu-ray re-releases. Also, an additional note for all of your Criterion aficionados out there: As per a recent announcement, The Criterion Collection will resume separate DVD and Blu-ray packages, beginning with their September releases later this year.