On DVD This Week: 10 Cloverfield Lane, The X-Files, London Has Fallen, and More

by | June 13, 2016 | Comments

This week, we’ve got a pretty decent variety of new releases, from an action sequel and feelgood sports movie to a sci-fi thriller and some solid television. Read on for all the details.

45 Years (2015) 97%

Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay star in this Certified Fresh drama about a couple dealing with long-simmering tensions on the cusp of their 45th wedding anniversary. Details on special features are currently unavailable.

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10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) 90%

Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman star in this psychological thriller about a young woman who awakens after an apparent catastrophe to find herself locked in a bunker with a doomsday prophet who insists they’re in the last safe place on Earth. Extras include a commentary track and 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage.

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Hello, My Name is Doris (2016) 84%

Sally Field and Max Greenfield star in this Certified Fresh dramedy about a woman who falls for a much younger man and starts hanging with a new crowd. Bonus features include a commentary track, deleted and extended scenes, and an alternate opening scene.

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Eddie The Eagle (2016) 82%

Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman star in this feelgood story about Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards, the plucky British ski jumper who finished last in the 1988 Olympics and became a folk hero. Available on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K, it comes with a making-of doc, a handful of behind-the-scenes featurettes, and a still gallery.

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Ballers: Season 1 (2015) 81%

Dwayne Johnson stars in HBO’s comedy about an ex-NFL player struggling to adjust to life after football who becomes a financial manager for other star athletes. The season one set comes with “Inside the Episode” shorts for each of the 10 episodes.

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The X-Files: Season 10 (2016) 64%

The X-Files came back for a six-episode revival this year, with Gillian Anderson  and David Duchovny reprising their roles as Agents Scully and Mulder for a new mystery. This week, the new season is available on DVD and Blu-ray (with deleted scenes, commentary tracks, and more), as well as a complete series set comprised of 57 discs of content.

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The Young Messiah (2016) 46%

This faith-based film explores the early childhood of the Jesus Christ, telling the story of his family’s journey from Egypt to Nazareth when he was seven years old. Special features include deleted scenes, a making-of doc, and a commentary track.

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London Has Fallen (2016) 26%

Gerard Butler returns as Secret Service agent Mike Banning, who must protect the POTUS (Aaron Eckhart) and other world leaders from a new terrorist threat in England. Extras include a general making-of featurette and a look at how the action sequences were crafted.

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Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) 100%

Lastly, we have two choices from the Criterion Collection, beginning with this comedy from Alexander Hall, which stars Robert Montgomery as a man who dies and arrives in heaven, only to be told that his death was a mistake and then sent back to inhabit the body of a corrupt financier. Bonus features include an audio interview with Montgomery’s daughter, Elizabeth; a conversation between film critic Michael Sragow and filmmaker Michael Schlesinger; a 1942 radio adaptation of the film with Cary Grant and Claude Rains; and more.

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La Chienne (1931) 100%

The second Criterion release is this Jean Renoir classic about an unhappily married man who falls in love with a prostitute whose pimp urges her to swindle the smitten husband for his money. Special features include a 1961 introduction to the film by Renoir himself, a new restoration of Renoir’s first sound film, a 95-minute 1967 TV program featuring a conversation between Renoir and star Michel Simon, and more.

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  • Vits/Vicente Torres


    In its 1st season, BALLERS was compared a lot to ENTOURAGE, but it lacks something that show had: Interesting storylines and characters, funny jokes and a title sequence that’s great because of the design and the theme song choice.

    I’ll watch 45 YEARS. Oh, and maybe HELLO MY NAME IS DORIS and LA CHIENNE. I’ll skip THE YOUNG MESSIAH.

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