‘Ride Along’ and ‘Walter Mitty’ out on Blu-ray and DVD

April 22, 2014 - box office

    It’s another good week for renters with a different line-up of releases. The possibilities operation from a comedy “Ride Along” to a dainty journey of “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” to a capricious thriller “Mobius.” 
    “Ride Along,” Universal Studios Home Video, 99 minutes, Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence, passionate calm and brief clever language — Ben (Kevin Hart) is a propagandize confidence ensure who’s in adore with Angela (Tika Sumpter). Before he can ask her to marry him, Ben wants to infer himself estimable in a eyes of her brother, James (Ice Cube). After Ben is supposed into a military academy, James sees an event to absolved himself of Ben by holding him on a float along and display him what a pursuit is unequivocally like. As we competence expect, things don’t go as James designed and shortly both organisation are fighting for their survival. It’s an enchanting comedy with a clever ancillary expel that includes Laurence Fishburne, Bruce McGill and John Leguizamo. Bonus facilities on a Blu-ray embody an swap ending, deleted scenes and 4 featurettes. 
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    “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 114

Ben Stiller stars in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.”
minutes, Rated PG for some wanton comments, denunciation and movement assault — In this remake, Walter (Ben Stiller) works for Life Magazine. When a print that was to be Life’s final cover goes missing, Walter sets out to lane down globe-trotting photographer Sean O’Connell (Sea Penn). Suddenly his daydreams are existence as he jumps from a helicopter, skateboards opposite Iceland and treks into a Himalayas. Sadly, a film loses all clarity of caprice and becomes only another movement flick. The ancillary expel includes Kristen Wiig, Shirley MacLaine and Adam Scott. Extras on a Blu-ray embody deleted and extended scenes, swap scenes and a song video. 
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    “Copperhead,” Warner Home Video, 120 minutes, Rated PG-13 for an unsettling method — Set during a Civil War and desirous by tangible events, a film follows dairy rancher Abner Beech (Billy Campbell), who despises labour though is equally opposite to a fight that Lincoln is waging. As a result, Abner shortly finds himself branded a “copperhead,” and he becomes a aim of a protest opposite his products. Leading a assign opposite Abner is Hagadorn (Angus Mavfadyen), an anti-slavery zealot. Complicating matters serve is a fact that Abner’s son is in adore with Hagadorn’s daughter. This is a tiny film with a good understanding to say. No extras. 
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    “Mobius,” Lions Gate Home Video, 103 minutes, Rated R for sexuality, brief striking nudity, and denunciation — In this general thriller, Alice (Cecille de France), a ashamed American investment landowner operative in France is a pivotal to bringing down general banker Ivan Rostovsky (Tim Roth). Alice is wooed by Moise (Jean Dujardin), a Russian representative sanctimonious to be a French journalist. It’s an fascinating film that tries to seem grounded in reality. The bulk of a discourse is in French with English subtitles. Add-ons embody a “making-of” featurette as good as interviews with a expel and a writer/director. 
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    “Better Living by Chemistry,” Universal Studios Home Video, 91 minutes, Not rated — Doug Varney (Sam Rockwell) is a pharmacist who has always finished a right thing. That includes putting adult with his rude wife, granting his repulsive father-in-law and perplexing to cope with his rebel son. One day, Doug yields to enticement and embarks on a wild, drug-fueled event with prize mother Elizabeth Roberts (Olivia Wilde). However, when a DEA comes sniffing around and Elizabeth suggests removing absolved of her husband, Doug realizes that he might have left too distant too fast. The Blu-ray comes with a digital copy. 
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    Best of a rest:
    “Philomena” – A publisher pursues a story of a woman’s hunt for her son, who was taken from her decades ago after;
    “The Nut Job” — After being banished from a park, a squirrel helps his aged friends raid a bulb store that is front for a squad of bank robbers;
    “The Invisible Woman” — Bored by his wife, Charles Dickens meets a immature singer who becomes his mistress;
    “Flowers in a Attic” — After their father dies, 4 children are abused by their cruel grandmother;
    “Great Expectations” — Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes star in this instrumentation of Charles Dickens’ classical novel;
    “Confessions of Murder” — After a government of reduction expires, a torpedo publishes an journal describing all in good detail.
    “Date and Switch” — Two best friends determine to assistance any other “score” before comparison promenade — though one unexpected announces he’s gay;
    “Cowgirls ‘n Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer” — A immature lady who has been adopted, learns that genuine families are done in a heart;
    “Boys of Abu Ghraib” – An American infantryman reserved to a jail develops a tip loyalty with one of a Iraqi detainees;
    “7 Days in September” – Documentary examines a impact of a events of 9/11 on a lives of a organisation of different Americans;
    “Stan Lee’s Mighty 7: Beginnings” – After a organisation of aliens pile-up lands on Earth, Stan Lee agrees to censor them in his beach residence and learn them how to turn superheroes. 
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    This week’s Blu-ray special is “A Touch of Evil” ($29.98). Orson Welles destined this story of a hurtful military arch who frames a Mexican girl as partial of an perplexing rapist plot. The Blu-ray includes 3 versions of a film – a Preview version, a Theatrical chronicle and a Reconstructed version, formed on Welles’ strange vision.
    Universal has also given “Double Indemnity” ($29.98) a star treatment. Billy Wilder destined this story of a calculating mother who encourages her rich father to pointer a double indemnification process due by soft word representative Walter Neff. The front is installed with extras.
    Both “Touch of Evil” and “Double Indemnity” embody UltraViolet copies of a film.
    Also out this week are “The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Crack-ups” (six discs, $59.85) and a fourth and final deteriorate of “Farscape.” This 15th anniversary book contains 6 discs and is labelled during $39.98.
    Children’s titles out this week embody “Thomas and Friends: Railway Mischief” ($14.98) and “Barney: Happy Birthday Barney” ($9.98).
    Also accessible on Blu-ray is “Angry Birds Toons: Season One – Volume Two” ($26.99). While Cinedigm is releasing “Saint Seiya: Sanctuary” (11 discs, $99.95) and “Shuriken School: The Ninja’s Secret” $14.95). 
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    New Blu-ray titles out this week embody “Ride Along” ($34.98), “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” ($39.99), “Philomena” ($34.99), “The Nut Job” ($34.98), “The Invisible Woman” ($35.99), “Confessions of Murder” ($29.98), “Date and Switch” ($29.98), “Great Expectations” ($29.99), “Mobius” ($24.98), “Cowgirls ‘n Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer” ($29.99) and “Better Living Through Chemistry” ($26.98)
    Catalog titles on a shelves embody “Rock Star” ($19.98), “Smokin’ Aces” ($14.98) and “Reality Bites” ($19.98).
    And from TV comes a second deteriorate of “Ripper Street” (three discs, $39.98). 
    Upcoming: “Devil’s Due” (April 25); “Legend of Hercules,” “Labor Day” and “Bad Country” (April 29); “Veronica Mars” (May 6); “That Awkward Moment,” “I, Frankenstein,” “Endless Love,” “Her” and “Squatters” (May 13); “The Monuments Men,: “3 Days to a Kill” and “Pompeii,” “About Last Night” (May 20); “Lone Survivor” (June 3); “Non-Stop” and “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” (June 10); “The LEGO Movie” (June 17).

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