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This week on home video, our list is headlined by Baz Luhrmann's extravagant adaptation of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel and Michael Bay's action comedy. Then, Mira Nair offers up an ambitious post-9/11 tale, and we get an acclaimed historical adventure from Norway, followed by a couple of indie dramas that flew under the radar and a few notable reissues. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got an interesting mix of critical darlings and big name duds, but the biggest release is an animated fantasy adventure that fits somewhere in the middle. Following that, we've got an Oscar-winning drama, a thriller from another Oscar-winning director, a bad spoof comedy, and an underwhelming clash between two iconic actors. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got a shootout at the White House and a couple of star-studded films -- one of which did okay, and the other... not so much. Then we've got a little-seen indie film, a historical drama, and a handful of reissues. Click through for the full list.
After several so-so weeks of home releases, we've finally got one really worth talking about. Not only do we have a Tom Cruise sci-fi actioner, but we've also got one of the best-reviewed movies of the summer. Then we've got a feelgood musical bio, a dark family drama, a powerful documentary, and Terrence Malick's latest. Still not enough for you? There's also Eli Roth's survival horror flick, Brandon "Son Of" Cronenberg's body horror thriller, Walter Salles's Kerouac adaptation, and a handful of notable reissues. Read on for the full list.
There really isn't a lot to talk about this week, as far as home releases are concerned. There is the big, explodey blockbuster franchise sequel, of course, and an indie thriller, plus a few very small films and a handful of reissues, but not a whole lot to get excited about (unless you're a Guillermo del Toro fan). Click through for the full list.
There isn't a whole lot to report on home video this week, but we do have Danny Boyle's latest feature, a surprising coming-of-age film with a terrific Elle Fanning performance, and a message movie wrapped inside a romantic drama. Then we have a number of smaller films that saw very limited theatrical runs and, of course, a couple of new releases from the Criterion Collection. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got a classic horror remake, an inspirational sports tale, the latest pulp hero to hit the big screen, and a Sylvester Stallone actioner. In addition, we've got a select number of noteworthy indie films and a few high quality reissues, including one from Criterion. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got a Harmony Korine film starring James Franco, a Stephenie Meyer adaptation, and a Tina Fey/Paul Rudd dramedy. Then there's also a crime thriller and an Oscar-nominated doc, not to mention a couple of noteworthy rereleases. Click through for the full list.
There isn't a whole lot to choose from this week on home video, but here are a few morsels for you anyway. Sadly, the biggest release we have (or, at least, the release with arguably the biggest star) is a failed thriller, but to make up for that, we've got a handful of acclaimed documentaries and a notable collection from Waner Bros. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got a wacky comedy about Las Vegas magicians, an abduction thriller, and a star-crossed sci-fi romance. Then, we also have a Cold War submarine movie, a smart historical drama, and a number of Blu-ray "steelbook" rereleases. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got a special effects-laden fairy tale, Dustin Hoffman's quiet but effective directorial debut, and a moody psychological thriller. Then we've also got a couple of raunchy comedy flops, a horror sequel, and a few notable rereleases. Click through for the full list!
This week on home video, we've got another trip to Oz, a revisionist take on an old fairy tale, a crime thriller with a message, and a strange journey to find a lost dog. Then, we've got some notable reissues, including a 40th anniversary Blu-ray of a Bruce Lee classic and a handful of animated Disney films. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got one big franchise blockbuster and a Certified Fresh comedy, plus two more big releases that didn't fare so well with critics. On top of that, our reissues this week are fairly impressive, even if a lot of them are films you may already own. Click through for the full list!
It's a good thing there's plenty in theaters for people to see right now, because there isn't much coming out on home video this week. The only big release is a supernatural thriller from one of the people who brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious. Then there are a handful of smaller releases that are, in fact, so small that you may not have heard of them. Click through for this week's ultra-short list.
This week on home video, we've got an Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner, Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller, and the latest Young Adult novel adaptation. Then, we've also got a comedy featuring some screen legends and a crime thriller starring Jason Statham, as well as some reissues that include a couple of Hayao Miyazaki films, an American comedy classic, and a couple of gangster flick collections. Click through for the full list!
This week on home video, we've only got a few choices to talk about, and only one of them seems really worthy of any discussion. That one is Cloud Atlas, a big movie with big ideas that may or may not have succeeded in conveying its heavy message. Then we've got a quirky little something from Roman Coppola, and the latest attempt to revitalize a classic horror franchise. Click through for the full list.
We've got some decent choices on home video this week, including an indie that opened in theaters just a month ago and has earned widespread acclaim. We've also got three big genre titles -- a Tom Cruise mystery, a Jessica Chastain ghost story, and a Nicholas Sparks adaptation -- to help add some variety. Click through for the full list!
This week on home video, we've got one of the big award-winners of last year, followed by a few not so acclaimed films, including a road trip comedy, a noir-ish thriller, and a dark farce. Then we've got a couple of smaller films and a slew of Blu-ray reissues. Click through for the full list.
This week on home video, we've got at least one Certified Fresh drama that earned some Academy Awards attention, as well as a crime thriller with a high profile cast. Then, there's also the 3D rerelease of a certain dino movie, a topical drama, and a bad spoof. Click through for the full list.
With the exception of our illustrious headliner, you can mark this down as the third week in a row we've had with just a few notable releases on home video. Maybe Quentin Tarantino's latest is big enough to render all others negligible, but for what it's worth, we also have a relationship dramedy starring Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie, as well as an animated film from France and a small nature documentary and our customary Criterion Collection releases. Click through for the full list.