Mike On Movies
New movies on DVD, Blu-ray, pay-per-view and in theaters
O.K., so you’ve got this great high definition TV, and there are literally thousands of movies out there to choose from. Every Friday, I post a quick list of the films that will be coming out on DVD, Blu-ray and pay-per-view on the next Tuesday, and on the Tuesday after that, along the theatrical releases for the next week. In effect, the home entertainment information is repeated for those who want to get a jump on things.
Most Recent Releases on DVD/Blu-Ray/Pay-Per-View
On DVD and pay-per-view November 12
The Angry Birds Movie 2 (PG) Animation – Sequel to the app-based feature posits another island of birds that want to destroy the world by freezing it. Voices of Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Awkwafina, and Danny McBride.
The Farewell (PG) Drama – Awkwafina goes back to China after she learns that her beloved grandmother has cancer. Other members of the family try to keep the truth from granny. A sleeper that deserves a larger audience.
47 Meters Down: Uncaged (PG-13) Drama – Three young women are trapped by dozens of sharks in an underwater city.
Good Boys I Comedy – Three sixth grade boys are invited to their first kissing party and then set out to learn the basics from the internet and watching older teenagers. What could go wrong?
The Peanut Butter Falcon (PG-13) Drama – A young man with Down syndrome follows his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. With Zack Gottsagen, Thomas Haden Church and Shia LaBeouf. Inspired by the stories of Mark Twain.
In theaters November 15
Charlie’s Angels (PG-13) Action comedy – Elizabeth Banks directed and co-stars as Bosley in a reboot with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as the angels.
Ford v Ferrari (R) Drama – Matt Damon is racecar designer Carroll Shelby who was hired by the Ford company to build a car that could beat Ferrari at the 24-hour LeMans race in 1966. Christian Bale co-stars as driver Ken Miles.
The Good Liar (PG-13) Suspense – Con man Ian McKellan sets out to bilk widow Helen Mirren but finds himself falling for her.
On DVD and pay-per-view November 19
Blinded By the Light (PG-13) Drama – In 1987 England, a teenager with roots in Pakistan discovers the music of Bruce Springsteen and his life is changed forever.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold (PG) Family drama – Isabela Moner plays the famous cartoon character in her first feature.