While there isn’t a whole lot of walking in writer Aaron Sorkin’s feature directorial debut, Molly’s Game, there’s certainly a lot of talking. That’s both a good thing and a bad thing.
Despite the franchise that grew up from director Ridley Scott’s epic film, Alien, which debuted back in 1979, it’s worth remembering that Scott, for good and bad, only ever directed the original movie, and that’s fairly obvious once you watch his latest venture into the Alien universe.
Arriving this week on DVD and Blu-ray: the classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s debuts on Blu-ray starring Audrey Hepburn as the one-and-only Holly Golightly; Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph joke it up in the comedy, Bridesmaids; Disney’s animated classic, Dumbo, celebrates its 70th anniversary; plus reviews of Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal and Thor.
New DVD and Blu-ray arriving this week on store shelves include: Buried, starring Ryan Reynolds as a man trying to survive being buried alive; the prequel Death Race 2, starring Luke Goss and Tanit Phoenix; plus a look at Takers, Sugar Sammy Live in Concert, and season one of Dan for Mayor.
Opening in theatres this weekend: Matt Dillon stars in the heist-thriller, Takers; a preacher has a test of faith as he faces the first real possession of his life in The Last Exorcism; and James Cameron’s epic 3D adventure Avatar returns to theatres.
Coming out this week on DVD and Blu-ray: Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan star as zany cops in Kevin Smith‘s action-comedy, Cop Out; a group of framed CIA agents try to clear their names in The Losers; plus a look at season two of Lexx on DVD.
Opening in theatres, Disneynature dives under the waves for their latest documentary, Oceans; a team of double-crossed CIA agents try to blow up their nemesis in the actioner The Losers; and Jennifer Lopez stars in the romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan.
New releases coming to theatres this weekend include Disneynature’s stunning documentary, Earth; The Soloist with Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx; the thriller Obsessed, starring Beyoncé, Idris Elba, and Ali Larter; and the action-drama, Fighting.