DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital Releases for July 18, 2023
New films and TV shows have been released on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital HD this week, including new Criterion Collection films. Some of these releases are on single discs while others come in large collections, filled with extras, behind-the-scenes footage, and cloud capabilities. Below you find a listing of those films and TV programs.
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Thoughts on This Week’s In-home Releases
The home releases of Love Again, The Flash, The Last of Us, Breathless, and Les Misérables are the most noteworthy releases (and pre-orders) on home video and streaming services this week.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed Love Again and had this to say about the film:
While Love Again is enjoyable enough to warrant a recommendation to romance fans, any other audiences will most likely be baffled by the lapses in logic found in the plot. But, if you’re going on a first date, you may find worse ways to get to know someone than discussing the themes found in Love Again after viewing it.
Read here the full Love Again Movie Review.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed The Flash and had this to say about the film:
The Flash works as well as it does because of the fun the scriptwriters and the actors are having with the material. It’s a merge of different DC worlds in such a way that the creativity involved comes out victoriously with the knowledgeable movie-goer being the biggest winner.
Read here the full The Flash Movie Review.
FilmBook Editor-in-chief Rollo Tomasi reviewed Episode 1: When You’re Lost in the Darkness of The Last of Us and had this to say about the TV series:
The Last of Us is that rare video game adaptation that attracts, grabs, and draws while staying true to its source material and the basic rules of good story-telling.
Read here the full The Last of Us When You’re Lost in the Darkness TV Show Review.
FilmBook Editor-in-chief Rollo Tomasi reviewed Les Misérables and had this to say about the film:
On camera, it satisfies, rising above expectations at times, especially with some of the history it presents on-screen but the viewer will have seen better musical movies than this, one being the aforementioned mentioned Sweeney Todd. Unlike Hooper, Burton knew when the singing of certain dialogue ameliorated the narrative (and the viewers’ enjoyment of the proceedings) and when it did not.
Read here the full Les Misérables Movie Review.
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