With an international box office of over 1 billion, ‘The Fate of the Fast and Furious’ rolls out the DVD.

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The Fate of the Furious. Crime/Thriller. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 6.9 with 66% score from Rotten Tomatoes. The fate of the franchise is now in the legendary stratosphere. The sequels don’t even have to be good, the just have ‘to be’. This installment has Dom (Vin Diesel) hooking up with a mysterious woman (Charlize Theron) who introduces him into the world of terrorism and shakes the bonds between Dom and the rest of the crew with the threat of betrayal. Chris Morton wrote the script that R. Gary Gray directs, with Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Scott Eastwood, and Kurt Russell.

The Lost City of Z. Adventure, Based on a true story. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pro-rating 6.8 with 88% score on Rotten Tomatoes. The model for Indiana Jones, Percy Fawcett, played by Charlie Hunnam, is an English archaeologist who believes he has found the remains of a lost civilization in the jungles of the Amazon. Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, and Angus MacFadyen star.

Norman. Drama. DVD. Blue-Ray. IMDB pror-rating 7 with a 89% score from Rotten Tomatoes. Being called a tour-de-force for star, Richard Gere, playing against type as a schleppy, schlumppy Jewish ‘ political fixer’ on the streets of New York. He impresses a man that comes from Israel by buying him and expensive pair of shoes. Years later, when the man is elected Prime Minister of Israel, Norman’s street cred and popularity sky-rocket with greedy hangers-on. Written and directed by Joseph Cedar, it also stars, Michael SHeen, Steve Buscemi, Dan Stevens, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lior Ashkenazi.

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