DVD Category

Father Figures, a comedy starring Owen Wilson and Ed Helms, hits Blu-ray and DVD April 3 via Warner Bros. Entertainment.

The narrative centers on fraternal twins (Wilson, Helms) who realize that the man on a family photo isn’t actually their dad, and instead it’s a lie that [...]


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Please Stand By, an overlooked drama headlined by Dakota Fanning, hits Blu-ray and DVD May 1. If you’re a fan of Star Trek and also appreciate Fanning as an actress, this picture should be up your alley.

The story centers on Wendy (Fanning), a woman with autism who lives in a group home and works [...]


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Don’t let the the plotline fool you, as Wonder is not an overly sappy family drama that aims for the lowest common denominator. For one, the picture, which is based on R.J. Palacio’s 2012 novel, is directed by The Perks of Being a Wallflower filmmaker Stephen Chbosky. As with Perks, Chbosky approaches the [...]


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Director/writer Dean Devlin, best known for his Independence Day and Stargate screenplays, is behind the camera with the underrated disaster epic Geostorm. Recently released on Blu-ray and DVD, the picture had a worldwide gross of $220 million, but it should have received much more attention stateside (it reached just $33 million in receipts).

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Aside from being an action star and wrestling icon, John Cena is now part of the animated universe. as he lent his voice to titular character in Ferdinand. From the creators of Ice Age and Rio, Ferdinand heads to Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and DVD on March 13.

The story [...]


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Often a popular movie will inspire other storylines to reach the silver screen, and it’s easy to see that director/writer Timothy Woodward Jr. was inspired by The Untouchables in making Gangster Land. From the punchy dialogue to its propulsive score, Gangster Land definitely takes a few pages from the Brian De Palma classic.

That being said, [...]


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Iggy Pop, along with being a rock icon, is known for his steadfast and energetic approach to his music, and those resilient qualities are exemplified in the documentary American Valhalla which hits DVD March 9.

The documentary centers on the collaboration between Pop and Queens of the [...]


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Coco, which was named Best Animated Feature at the Critics’ Choice Awards, hits Blu-ray and DVD February 27. To date, the flick has made over $626 million worldwide and holds the distinction of being the highest grossing film in Mexico.

Along with spotlighting Día de los Muertos and having an engaging, family centric storyline, [...]


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Kenneth Branagh’s inspired adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express hits Blu-ray and DVD February 27 via Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Branagh, who directed the feature, stars as the inscrutable Hercule Poirot, the detective who is trying his best to solve a murder that takes place during a tragic train ride. [...]


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Thor:Ragnarok, one of 2017’s most successful films with a $845 million worldwide box office take, hits Blu-ray, Digital, DVD and On-Demand March 6. For viewers looking for a peak viewing experience, The Ultimate Cinematic Universe Edition is featured in 4K Ultra HD with high dynamic range (HDR) and Dolby Atmos audio.

One of Thor: [...]


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