Certified Fresh German import Wetlands (91 percent), an irreverent coming-of-age dramedy about an 18-year-old who copes with her parents’ divorce by breaking social taboos.
Hossein Amini’s The Two Faces of January (82 percent), starring Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst in a thriller about a pair of tourists who become fugitives with a con artist when a murder is discovered at their hotel.
Honeymoon (70 percent), starring Rose Leslie in a thriller about a young couple vacationing in the woods when the wife goes missing and returns… changed.
Bird People (59 percent), starring Josh Charles in a drama about a man who forsakes his wife and job to hole up in a hotel in Paris, only to bond with a young maid and discover something otherworldly.
Young Ones (40 percent), starring Michael Shannon and Elle Fanning in a dystopian thriller set in a future where water is scarce and precious, about a man defending his land from bandits.
Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children (31 percent), starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner in an ensemble dramedy about a group of high schoolers and their parents and their tricky relationships with modern technology.
Jessabelle (26 percent), a horror film about a woman who returns to her childhood home after a car accident and discovers a malicious spirit has been waiting for her.
The Identical (7 percent), a faith-infused drama about identical twins who are separated at birth; while one becomes an Elvis-like star, the other seeks to emulate his success.
One new Criterion release this week: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s 1972 drama The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (80 percent), about the relationship between a fashion designer, her S&M lover, and one of her models.
Season three of TNT’s new Dallas (70 percent) is available on DVD.
Season one of FX’s Middle East drama Tyrant (60 percent) is available on DVD.
Season three of Showtime’s Matt LeBlanc comedy Episodes (57 percent) is also available on DVD.
And the third season of another Showtime series, House of Lies is available on DVD.