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This week on home video, we've got a poorly reviewed horror spoof sequel, Disneynature's latest adventure, and a powerful one-man drama to head things off. Then, we've got a James McAvoy-powered Irvine Welsh adaptation and a number of smaller releases, as well as a couple of notable choices on TV. Read on for details.
Though critics weren't particularly kind to all of the films available this week on home video, we've got a number of titles that cater to specific audiences, and if you're part of one of those audiences, you should find something worthwhile here. The biggest films this week include a racing action film, a dystopian YA adaptation, a well-reviewed horror thriller, and a faith-based drama. Then we've got some smaller choices, including an Australian film currently playing select theaters, and some noteworthy choices on television. Read on for details.
There aren't many huge releases this week, but you're probably more interested in the development news coming out of Comic-Con, so we'll keep this one relatively short. Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic hits shelves this week, along with Nick Cassavetes' scorned woman revenge comedy. Then we've got a handful of films that got a limited release in theaters, a Criterion edition of a celebrated Lawrence Kasdan drama, and a collection of Werner Herzog films. Read on for details.
This week on home video, all of the major releases are unfortunately Rotten, including Wally Pfister's directorial debut, a spiritual book adaptation, Tyler Perry's latest, and a Schwarzenegger-powered action movie. Lucky for us, there are some worthy pickups in the reissue department, including a couple of films from Billy Wilder, an iconic miniseries, and Criterion releases of an acclaimed Norwegian thriller and a Jacques Demy collection. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got an animated sequel, a puzzling sci-fi tale, and the second season of a much buzzed-about BBC America TV series. Beyond that, we've got a handful of notable smaller movies, as well as two excellent choices from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
The biggest film available in home video this week comes in the form of Jason Bateman's directorial debut, but the smaller releases may warrant more attention. These include a Certified Fresh follow-up to an Indonesian action hit, an erotic two-part drama from Lars von Trier, and a documentary on one of the greatest movies never made, among others. Read on for details.
There aren't any major releases at all this week on home video. So if you're looking for something to play in the background while you're setting off your fireworks, you might be better off looking at some of the other releases that have come out in recent weeks. That said, here's what you can pick up tomorrow.
This week on home video, we've got the stylized sequel to a historical action film, a doppleganger thriller, and a magic-filled misfire from Akiva Goldsman. Then, we've got a couple of acclaimed television series and a bunch of smaller films and TV shows. Read on for details.
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.
This week on home video, the most notable choices may be a highly talked-about television series, but we begin with a couple of action films that opened earlier this year. Liam Neeson's latest thriller kicks things off, followed by a Jack Ryan reboot starring Chris Pine. Then we've got a Certified Fresh British comedy, an Oscar-nominated documentary, and a few smaller films. The big news is that HBO's hit mystery series, True Detective, finally hits shelves this week, but there are also a couple of other notable choices on the small screen, including Neil deGrasse Tyson's science series. Read on for details.
We've got a couple of explosive action films headlining the column this week, along with another retelling of the greatest story ever told, a new box set for an iconic TV series, a few indie films, and a handful of TV season sets. Read on for details.
It looks like the home video departments at all the studios decided to take Memorial Day off, because hardly anything worth mentioning is hitting shelves this week. We start off with a romance remake critics didn't like very much, and a handful of TV shows and small movies only a handful of people chose to see. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a good number of big releases, but titles most worthy of your weekly DVD budget are probably the smaller films on the list. We've got George Clooney's most recent directorial effort, a Paul W.S. Anderson historical disaster movie, and a McG spy thriller starring Kevin Costner. Then, we've also got another failed YA novel adaptation, an unusual psychological thriller, and a surprisingly successful remake of a 1986 David Mamet adaptation, plus a John Wayne collection and some other noteworthy choices. Read on for details.
This week, we've got one Oscar winner, a comedy misfire, a supernatural stinker, and an acclaimed Netflix original series to top the list. Then, we've also got a bunch of documentaries worth a look, and two war films, one of which is a new Criterion Collection release. Read on for details.
Only a few noteworthy titles surface on the home video market this week, and only one of them got anything close to a wide release in theaters. With that in mind, your choices include the Veronica Mars movie, a well-received drama, a clunky heist movie, and a handful of other smaller titles. Read on for details.
We skipped RT on DVD last week because there wasn't much to talk about; unfortunately, this week is only marginally better, with an epic action flop, a bit of a clunker from Jason Reitman, and another found footage horror movie. After that, we've got a handful of smaller releases, some of which are actually worth checking out. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got an ambitious project from Ben Stiller, a small Oscar-nominated drama from the UK, a surprise hit action comedy, and an underperforming animation, as well as the usual list of smaller films. Read on for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got the latest installment of Peter Jackson's second epic trilogy, a darkly comedic melodrama that earned a couple of Oscar nods, a boxing comedy, and a horror sequel, plus a bunch of smaller films definitely worth a look. Read on for details:
After a number of weeks featuring Academy Award nominees on home video, we hit another quiet period. Sure, we've got a much-anticipated comedy sequel and a big-budget action film, but beyond that, there isn't much to talk about. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a couple of Oscar nominees (only one of which, unfortunately, took home a trophy) and a sweet but predictable comedy starring Vince Vaughn. Then we've got the latest seasons of Californication and Veep, as well as a handful of smaller films, including a couple of actioners starring old school stars. Read on for the full list.