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John Wick 2. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 7.8 with an 89% approval from Rotten Tomatoes. John Wick, played by Keanu Reeves, is trying to live a normal quiet life, but his super-assassin ties and obligations pull him back in. John is given a gold chip by an Italian gangster, which means he has the right to call in a marker(debt) from the Assassin’s Association John is retired from. The gangster’s ruthless sister is running the crime cartel in Italy, and must be stopped. Directed by Chad Stahelki (director of the jaw dropping, visually masterful original) it also stars: John Leguizano, Ian McShane, Ruby Rose, and Bridget Moynahan.

Table 19. DVD. Blue-Ray. Comedy. IMDB pro-rating 5.8 with a24% approval on Rotten Tomatoes. Anna Kendrick plays a bridesmaid, engaged to the best man at her best friends wedding, but when he dumps her the day before, she is also dumped as a bridesmaid. She decides to go to the wedding anyway, and is seated at Table 19, in the back with a bunch of disgruntled relatives, where she learns more than she ever wanted to about her friend and her ex. Directed by Jeffrey Blintz, and written by Mark and Jay Duplass, it also stars Lisa Kudrow, Amanda Crew, Stephan Merchant, Wyatt Russell, and Craig Robinson.

Mine. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 6. Armie Hammer stars in this war story directed by Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro. After setting off a land mine, a sniper must battle the enemy alone for two days, until rescue arrives. Annabelle Wallis, Tom Cullen, Clint Dyer and Juliet Aubrey also star.

Alone In Berlin. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 6.3 with 47% satisfaction on Rotten Tomatoes. A war story about a German family who loses their son in the war and become secret anti-Nazi’s. Directed by Vincent Perez froma story by Hans Fallada, it stars Emma Thompson, Brendan Gleeson, Daniel Bruhl, Mikael Persbraust and Lars Rudolph.

Growing Up Smith. DVD. Blue-Ray. Coming of age comedy. IMDB pro-rating 7.6 with 70% satisfaction from Rotten Tomatoes. A young Indian boy, growing up in America, wants nothing more than to play his video games, watch TV and hang with his friends, but his strict and traditional father makes life challenging. Directed by Frank Lotito and written by Anjul Nigam (who plays the Dad), Gregory Scott Houghton and Paul Quinn.

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