Gru (Steve Carell) has retired from the super-villain game in Despicable Me 2, committing his time to raising his girls… and making jams and jellies. Gru’s life has settled down a bit— even his trusty sidekick Dr. Nefario (Russell Brand) needs to move on and pursue more evil works— but the Anti-Villain League sends Lucy (Kristen Wiig), one of their agents, to recruit Gru to solve a mystery. Because Gru knows all there is to know about villainy, he’s AVL’s best hope to find out who stole a top-secret laboratory with a giant flying magnet… but Gru’s distracted by the girls, especially Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), who’s old enough to start noticing boys. With Benjamin Bratt. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Three years after the events of The Ultimate Gift, young entrepreneur Jason Stevens copes with troubles in his life, his relationship with Alexia (Ali Hillis), and his business by learning his grandfather’s life lessons in The Ultimate Life. Reading his grandfather’s journal, he learns about the trials of a World War, the Great Depression, love, and what it takes to be a success in business and in life.
When his temple is bankrupt and threatened with demolition, Tai Chi master Tiger Chen is seduced by Donaka Mark (Keanu Reeves, who also directs) to join an exclusive martial arts tournament in Man of Tai Chi. Though most of his opponents don’t consider Tai Chi a serious fighting style, Tiger Chen adapts to defeat competitors in a brutal competition… a compromise that leads him to a Hong Kong detective (Karen Mok) and a fight to save not just his temple, but the reputation the temple’s legacy. With Simon Yam. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew have retired from heists, races, and crime in Fast and Furious 6, living in different places around the world where the law can’t touch them. When Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) finds Dom and offers him an opportunity, he has to reassemble the crew (including Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, and Sung Kang) and give them Hobbs’ deal: he can give them all pardons, let them go home again, and reunite them with presumed-dead Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) if they help take down Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) and his next-level team of international thieves. Dom’s group are the only people who can face Shaw’s group, and the two go head-to-head in car chases, firefights, and hand to hand combat across the globe. With Gina Carano. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Best friends since childhood Roz and Lil (Robin Wright and Naomi Watts) have married and each raised a teenage son in Adore. Though Lil lost her husband when the boys were young, Roz’s husband (Ben Mendelsohn) is often away directing theater, leaving the women on their own on the Australian oceanfront… and as she begins an affair with Lil’s son (Xavier Samuel), Lil has also started an affair with Roz’s son (James Frenchville). Through scandal and impropriety, they must all contend with the consequences of their relationships as they send shockwaves through the people around them. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Two unlikely clans are brought together in 1969 when their shared matriarch dies in Jayne Mansfield’s Car. Jim Caldwell (Robert Duvall) and his children (Kevin Bacon, Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Patrick, and Katherine LaNasa) invite Jim’s former wife’s other family, the Bedfords, to join them in Alabama for the funeral. Kingsley Bedford (John Hurt) and his children (Marshall Allman, Ray Stevenson, and Frances O’Connor) fly in from England, and though the families have much in common— all the men are veterans, each with their own unique scars from their wars— the Caldwells and Bedfords manage to clash with each other and within their own families in a classic “southern gothic” drama.On DVD and Blu Ray.
Abby (Rosemarie DeWitt) is a popular massage therapist who suddenly refuses to have any bodily contact with others in Seattle director Lynn Shelton's Touchy Feely. Abby’s aversion to human contact begins just as her boyfriend Jesse (Scott McNairy) starts suggesting that they move in together, but as Abby loses her ability to touch, her dentist brother Paul (Josh Pais) gains a strange, new healing ability. Abby’s friend and mentor (Allison Janney) encourages her towards Reiki (a touch-free, Japanese style of massage), but Abby, Jesse, and Scott all have to find a way to understand what has changed in their lives. With Ellen Page and Ron Livingston. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Robbie, Rhino, Albert, and Mo are a group of Scottish juvenile delinquents in Ken Loach's The Angels’ Share, but Robbie is determined to clean up his act and do right by his pregnant girlfriend. As the boys are ferried to community service by Henry (John Henshaw), they discover a hidden talent as whiskey tasters, and Robbie’s sophisticated palette could put them all on the path to a better life when a priceless cask of whiskey is discovered in their midst.
New couple Chris and Tina (Steve Oram and Alice Lowe) take a camper-van vacation across the British countryside in Ben Wheatley's Sightseers, but at every turn, they seem to end up killing someone. From the rude guy who leaves his snack wrappers lying around to the upper-class folks that would make trifling demands of them, Chris and Tina always find an excuse for bumping off the people in their way— killing litterers can’t really be “murder” if it’s ecologically friendly, can it?
Kindergarten teacher Lucas (Mads Mikkelsen) has his life destroyed by a rumor in The Hunt. Originally accused of exposing himself to a child, the story grows to include all the children he lured into the basement his house doesn’t have, and as more and more of the village believes the spreading rumors of his crimes, Lucas starts to fight back against the people ruining his life.
Doctor Who The Day of the Doctor
Marking the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the 10th and 11th Doctors cross continuities as they meet a previous, black-sheep regeneration of The Doctor.
Futurama Volume 8
The final season sees the satirical exploits of the Planet Express crew come to a close (again) and resolves the ever-changing relationship between Fry and Leela.