I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of May 20

The year’s first real candidate for the best animation Oscar is available to watch at home, so do yourself a favor and take advantage! Couple of others, too – we’re here to help you make tough choices.

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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hiden World (DVD)

The Upside

Isn’t It Romantic?

I Don’t Want to Go Out–Week of April 29

What’s worth watching this week? Most everything, really, even though one is more of a train wreck kind of thing.

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Arctic

Dragged Across Concrete (DVD)

The Hole in the Ground (DVD)

I Trapped the Devil

Serenity

I Don’t Want To Go Out — Week of April 15

It’s the week of one-word movie titles. One of these couldn’t meet the high bar it set for itself, but it’s not such a bad movie. The other one is a bad movie. No question. Which is which? We’re here to clarify.

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Glass

Replicas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y77HoE4TtCg





I Don’t Want to Go Out—Week of April 8

Movie and more movies out this week in home entertainment. A couple are great, a couple are near misses, at least one is a real head-scratcher. No worries, though, we’ll sort through it with you.

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Mirai

The Wind

On the Basis of Sex

A Dog’s Way Home

Welcome to Marwen





I Don’t Want to Go Out—Week of April 1

Couple of flicks worth your time coming home this week. One you probably saw, one you probably didn’t. Here is the skinny.

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Vice

Rust Creek

(DVD)





I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of March 25

Whole bunch of yes and one very big no coming home this week. Allow us to walk you through your options.

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If Beale Street Could Talk

Capernaum

(DVD)

Dragged Across Concrete

Stan & Ollie

Aquaman

(DVD)

Second Act





I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of March 18

A couple of excellent options this week in home entertainment. The year’s best super hero movie expands its home release to DVD, and the strangely underappreciated Mary Poppins Returns comes home (so get that bedroom cleaned up!)

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Mary Poppins Returns

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse