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2021 DVDs Index, Listed in Alphabetical Order|
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TOTAL: 20 (Updated Mar 2, 2021)
|A Call to Spy; All My Life; Come Play; Dreamland; Freaky; Greenland; Half Brothers; Horizon Line; Jungleland; Let Him Go; Love and Monsters; Love, Weddings & Other Disasters; Lupin III: The First; Monster Hunter; Spell; Sputnik; Tesla; The Climb; The Croods: A New Age; Wild Mountain Thyme.|
All My Life, starring Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr (Mar 2, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
A couple's wedding plans are thrown off course when the groom is diagnosed with liver cancer.
Half Brothers, starring Luis Gerardo Mendez and Connor Del Rio (Mar 2, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
Renato, a Mexican aviation exec, is shocked to learn he has an American half-brother he never knew about, the free-spirited Asher. They are forced on a road trip together, tracing the path their father took from Mexico to the US.
Monster Hunter, starring Milla Jovovich and Ron Perlman (Mar 2, 2021, Sony) Rated PG-13
When Lt. Artemis and her loyal soldiers are transported to a new world, they engage in a desperate battle for survival against enormous enemies with incredible powers. Feature film based on the video game by Capcom.
The Croods: A New Age, starring Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone (Feb 23, 2021, Universal) Rated PG
The prehistoric family the Croods are challenged by a rival family the Bettermans, who claim to be better and more evolved.
A Call to Spy, starring Sarah Megan Thomas and Stana Katic (Feb 16, 2021, Shout! Factory) Rated PG-13
In the beginning of WWII, with Britain becoming desperate, Churchill orders his new spy agency - SOE - to recruit and train women as spies.
Horizon Line, starring Allison Williams and Alexander Dreymon (Feb 16, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
A couple flying on a small plane to attend a tropical island wedding must fight for their lives after their pilot suffers a heart attack.
Freaky, starring Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton (Feb 9, 2021, Universal) Rated R
After swapping bodies with a deranged serial killer, a young girl in high school discovers she has less than 24 hours before the change becomes permanent.
Greenland, starring Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin (Feb 9, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
A family struggles for survival in the face of a cataclysmic natural disaster.
Sputnik, starring Oksana Akinshina and Pyotr Fedorov (Feb 9, 2021, Shout! Factory) Not Rated
The lone survivor of an enigmatic spaceship incident crashes on earth and is evaluated by a psychologist who determines an alien parasite may be living in the astronaut's body.
Love, Weddings & Other Disasters, starring Diane Keaton and Jeremy Irons (Feb 2, 2021, Lionsgate) Rated R
It is a multi-story romantic comedy about the people who work on weddings to create the perfect day for a loving couple - while their own relationships are outlandish, odd, crazy and far from perfect.
Let Him Go, starring Diane Lane and Kevin Costner (Feb 2, 2021, Universal) Rated R
A retired sheriff and his wife, grieving over the death of their son, set out to find their only grandson.
Tesla, starring Ethan Hawke and Eve Hewson (Feb 2, 2021, Shout! Factory) Rated PG-13
A freewheeling take on visionary inventor Nikola Tesla, his interactions with Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan's daughter Anne, and his breakthroughs in transmitting electrical power and light.
Wild Mountain Thyme, starring Emily Blunt and Jamie Dornan (Feb 2, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
A pair of star-crossed lovers in Ireland get caught up in their family's land dispute.
Come Play, starring Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher (Jan 26, 2021, Universal) Rated PG-13
Desperate for a friend, a lonely young boy who feels different from everyone else, seeks solace and refuge in his ever-present cell phone and tablet, through which a monster named Larry manifests itself.
Dreamland, starring Margot Robbie and Travis Fimmel (Jan 19, 2021, Paramount) Rated R
A teenager's adventures as a bounty hunter take an unexpected twist.
The Climb, starring Kyle Marvin and Michael Covino (Jan 19, 2021, Sony) Rated R
A hilarious examination of the toxic lifelong friendship of kind Mike and trainwreck Kyle, told through a series of vignettes as Kyle struggles to deal with the fact that his best friend might just be the worst person for him.
Lupin III: The First, starring Tony Oliver and Richard Epcar (Jan 12, 2021, Shout! Factory) Not Rated
Lupin III goes on a grand adventure to uncover the secrets of the Bresson Diary, which is tied to the legacy of his famous grandfather.
NOTE: This is a Blu-Ray+DVD. Other versions may be available, but some are in Japanese.
Spell, starring Omari Hardwick and Loretta Devine (Jan 12, 2021, Paramount) Rated R
A man crash lands in rural Appalachia and awakens in the attic of a traditional Hoodoo practitioner. He desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon.
Jungleland, starring Charlie Hunnam and Jack O'Connell (Jan 12, 2021, Paramount) Rated R
Two brothers try to escape their circumstances by travelling across the country for a no holds barred boxing match that becomes a fight for their lives.
Love and Monsters, starring Dylan O'Brien and Michael Rooker (Jan 5, 2021, Paramount) Rated PG-13
In a monster-infested world, Joel learns his girlfriend is just 85 miles away. To make the dangerous journey, Joel discovers his inner hero to be with the girl of his dreams.
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