Marjane Satrapi’s dark comedy starring Ryan Reynolds is the only brand new release available to stream this week, but the entire Star Wars series is also newly available, as well as some choice selections on Netflix, like The Big Lebowski, Gladiator, and American Psycho, just to name a few. Read on for the full list.


Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection

If you’re looking forward to the new chapter in the Star Wars saga coming this year, you might be interested in rewatching all six previous installments. And now you can, thanks to a few streaming providers. (Available beginning on April 10.)

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play


The Voices
74%

Ryan Reynolds, Gemma Arterton, and Anna Kendrick star in this pitch-black comedy about an oddball factory worker with a collection of severed heads in his freezer.

Available now on: iTunes, Vudu, Google Play


Louie: Season Four

In this quasi-autobiographical FX series, Louis CK plays himself, a stand-up comedian and single dad living in New York City.

Available now on: Netflix


Titanic
89%

In James Cameron’s multiple Oscar-winning romance, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet play star-crossed lovers who meet aboard the ill-fated ocean liner. He teachers her how to spit.

Available now on: Netflix


The Big Lebowski
83%

Sometimes, there’s a movie. And I’m talkin’ about The Big Lebowski here. Sometimes, there’s a movie, well, it’s the movie for its time and place. It fits right in there.

Available now on: Netflix


Space Cowboys
78%

Clint Eastwood directed himself and a crew of other grizzled old men like Tommy Lee Jones, James Garner, and Donald Sutherland in this drama about grizzled old astronauts heading into space to repair a satellite.

Available now on: Netflix


Gladiator
77%

Are you not entertained?! Russell Crowe stars in Ridley Scott’s Best Picture-winning sword-and-sandal epic.

Available now on: Netflix


Starry Eyes
74%

This sci-fi horror hybrid tells the tale of an ambitious actress who is unwittingly enlisted by a sinister organization for a strange performance.

Available now on: Netflix


Unbreakable
70%

Hey man, remember when Shymalan was good? Remember Unbreakable, man? Bruce Willis as a pseudo superhero and Samuel L. Jackson as the dude with, like, really bad osteoporosis?

Available now on: Netflix


American Psycho
69%

You like Huey Lewis and the News? Their early work was a little too new wave for my taste, but when Sports came out in ’83, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically.

Available now on: Netflix


Wolfcop
65%

He’s a wolf. But he’s also a Cop. Also, he’s Canadian.

Available now on: Netflix


The Last Samurai
66%

Ed Zwick’s period drama has everything you want in a samurai film: swords, honor, kimonos, redemption, ritual suicide, and Tom Cruise.

Available now on: Netflix


The Crazy Ones: Season One

Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar star in this sitcom about a wild advertising executive and his pragmatic daughter.

Available now on: Netflix

This week on streaming video, we’ve got a couple of buzzworthy dramas from last year, a nature documentary narrated by one of the best voices in the business (Morgan Freeman), and a Canadian horror-comedy. Plus, Netflix offers up a brand new original comedy from Tina Fey and a couple of other new additions to their library. Read on for details:


A Most Violent Year
90%

Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, David Oyelowo, and Albert Brooks star in this slow-burning thriller about a heating oil supplier whose business is attacked by an unknown rival.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes


Island of Lemurs: Madagascar
81%

Morgan Freeman narrates this nature documentary about the adorable but endangered primates.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes


Unbroken
51%

Angelina Jolie’s second directorial effort tells the true story of Louis “Louie” Zamperini, a track star who served in World War II, where he survived a plane crash by clinging to a raft for more than a month before being captured by Japanese troops and held in a prisoner of war camp for more than two years.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play


Wolfcop
65%

He’s a wolf. But he’s also a Cop. Also, he’s Canadian.

Available now on: iTunes, Vudu


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season One

Ellie Kemper stars in this Certified Fresh, Tina Fey-produced Netflix sitcom about an impossibly upbeat young woman who is rescued from an underground apocalypse cult and moves to New York to start a new life.

Available now on: Netflix


Archer: Season Five

Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), Malory (Jessica Walter), Cheryl (Judy Greer), Pam (Kate Nash), and the rest of the ISIS gang take an unexpected new direction in Archer‘s fifth season.

Available now on: Netflix


Crash
74%

Paul Haggis’ Best Picture-winning drama examines the dangers of bigotry and xenophobia in the lives of interconnected Angelenos, whose ranks include Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Terrence Howard, Brendan Fraser, and many more.

Available now on: Netflix

This week on home video, we’ve got the penultimate installment of the Hunger Games franchise, the final installment of the Night at the Museum franchise, and a handful of other releases. It was a pretty thin week for big titles, but there are a couple of smaller films worth a look. Read on for details:


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) 65%

Yes, technically speaking, this came out last week on Friday. But since it bucked the typical “Tuesday release” trend, we’re doing a bit of our own trend-bucking and talking about it today. Chances are that you won’t pick this up for yourself if you haven’t seen the first two films, and if you saw the first two films, you’re probably a fan, which means you more than likely saw Mockingjay Part 1 in the theaters. In other words, it’s probably enough just to know that it’s officially available. But for the sake of tradition, we’ll just say that the film picks up where Catching Fire left off, with the Hunger Games broken and Katniss uniting with a resistance force that wants to utilize her notoriety for its cause. Will she lead the rebellion and save Peeta? You already know, but now you can watch it at home.


Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014) 49%

If there’s one thing the Night at the Museum franchise is, it’s consistent. The first two films both notched 44 percent on the Tomatometer, and the final installment, Secret of the Tomb earned a 49 percent score. The film stars Ben Stiller as everyman museum security guard Larry Daley, whose friends consist of exhibits brought to life by an ancient mystical tablet. This time around, Larry discovers the magic of the tablet is fading, so he and a select few members of the gang visit the British Museum in London for answers, and hijinks ensue. Sadly, this film is likely to be most remembered as the final onscreen performance of Robin Williams, who offers a touching and surprisingly fitting goodbye as Teddy Roosevelt to Stiller’s Larry, but the series has been successful and popular with the kids, so it’s probably not a terrible home library pickup.


 

ALSO AVAILABLE THIS WEEK:

The Sound of Music (1965) (85 percent) is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new Blu-ray release.
The Breakfast Club (1985) (90 percent) is also celebrating an anniversary this year — its 30th — so there’s a new Blu-ray release for that as well.
Listen Up Philip (2014) (84 percent), starring Jason Schwartzman and Elizabeth Moss in a comedy about a writer who accepts an invitation to stay at his idol’s summer home.
R100 (2015) (82 percent), Hitoshi Matsumoto’s off-beat comedy-drama about a man who indulges in a unique S&M service, only to be randomly accosted by dominatrixes of different varieties in public.
WolfCop (2014) (65 percent), a Canadian horror-comedy about, well, a wolf cop.
Low Down (2014) (51 percent), starring John Hawkes and Elle Fanning in a drama set in 1970s Hollywood about a heroin-addicted musician and his relationship to his daughter.

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