This week’s home entertainment offerings include an action movie sequel starring Denzel Washington, an animated feature from Warner Bros. Animation, a vigilante drama starring Jennifer Garner, plus the first season of Seth Macfarlane's The Orville, and the latest uncut Naruto collection.
The big box office news this weekend didn’t happen in the fallow North American market where a re-release of Schindler's List was the only new entry with over 1,000 locations, rather it took place in the Middle Kingdom where Warner Bros. debuted its DC Comics-based Aquaman, which posted the fourth best opening ever for a superhero film in the Middle Kingdom.
This week's home entertainment offerings include one of Tom Cruise’s best Mission: Impossible efforts, the fifth film in The Conjuring horror franchise, the Muppet-misfire known as The Happytime Murders , the capturing-Eichmann docudrama Operation Finale, the latest seasons of network TV's The Family Guy, and the sexy violent HBO series Westworld, plus a new Blu-ray of the first season of Peter Davison's reign as the Fifth Doctor, and an American anime written by Warren Ellis.
This week’s lean home entertainment offerings include an extremely well-made modern thriller, the first such Hollywood film ever with an Asian-American protagonist, an intense psychological mystery that features one of Amy Adams' very best performances, and an anime TV series based on a popular Japanese cell phone novel.