If you’re looking for something new to watch at home but don’t want to wait until it releases on one of the various streaming services like Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, or Netflix, then you’re probably aware that each week, various digital storefronts release new movies. Additionally, on Tuesdays, physical copies of movies come out at various retailers as well.
This is a pretty light week for releases on both the digital and physical fronts. If you don’t subscribe to Netflix–which feels like a weird statement–and you want to check out one of the service’s more popular series, Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why is available for purchase today. The show follows teenagers at a high school and how they deal with the suicide of one of their peers. There aren’t a lot of other notable releases, aside from Tyler Perry’s latest Madea movie.
If you want to head to an actual store–or just jump on Amazon–you can pick up The Upside or the latest How To Train Your Dragon movie. However, one of the most fun releases this week is Isn’t It Romantic. Rebel Wilson stars as a woman stuck in a rut who somehow gets transported into a typical romantic comedy, but only she realizes this. Her cynicism drives the comedy in the film, and it’s the perfect date movie, with a little something for everyone. It may drag at times, and it flat out becomes a rom-com towards the end, but this is still a solid watch.
Below, you’ll find the full list for this week’s releases, both digitally and physically. There are also links to connect you to purchase them if you like.
- Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral (Buy it on Vudu)
- Five Feet Apart (Buy it on Vudu)
- 13 Reasons Why: Season 2 (Buy on Google Play)
- Ruben Brandt, Collector (Buy it on Vudu)
- Run the Race (Buy it on Vudu)
- Gloria Bell (Buy it on Vudu)
- Ladies in Black (Buy on Google Play)
- Isn’t It Romantic (Buy it on Amazon)
- The Upside (Buy it on Amazon)
- How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Buy it on Amazon)
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