On DVD This Week: Snowden, American Honey, The Dressmaker, and More

by | December 26, 2016 | Comments

We’ve got a strange assortment of movies available on home video this week, from a based-on-true-events political thriller to an indie road movie to a dark comedy set down under, plus more. Read on for the full list.

A Man Called Ove (En man som heter Ove) (2016) 90%

Based on the novel of the same name, this Swedish drama centers on an elderly man whose plans for suicide are foiled by unwanted friendships. Special features include interviews with the cast and crew, a Q&A from New York, and more.

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Versailles: Season 1 (2015) 80%

This historical drama centers on 28-year-old French Monarch Louis XIV, who chose to move the royal court from Paris to the titular palace. Information on special features is currently unavailable.

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American Honey (2016) 78%

Sasha Lane delivers a breakout performance in Andrea Arnold’s drama about a girl who sets out across the midwest with a traveling sales crew. The only extras included are brief interviews with Lane and co-star Riley Keough.

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In a Valley of Violence (2016) 77%

Ethan Hawke and John Travolta star in Ti West’s western about a drifter en route to Mexico who passes through an isolated town and butts heads with its violent marshal. One behind-the-scenes featurette is included.

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Snowden (2016) 61%

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in Oliver Stone’s portrait of the famed CIA employee who leaked classified information from the NSA and exposed a number of clandestine surveillance programs. Special features include deleted scenes, a Q&A, and a look at uncovering the true story.

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The Dressmaker (2016) 54%

Kate Winslet and Hugo Weaving star in this adaptation of the novel of the same name, about a wronged woman who exacts revenge in the Australian outback through couture. Extras include a pair of featurettes and a photo gallery.

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