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DVD And Blu Ray Movie Releases This Week: November 11 – November 15

List of DVD and Blu Ray movie releases this week:

Man of Steel: starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane and Russell Crowe. The action film centers on a young journalist who must embrace his humanoid alien heritage when Earth is attacked by aliens from his planet. Rated PG 13

Turbo: starring Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Peña, Samuel L. Jackson, Luis Guzman and Bill Hader. The animated family film tells the story of a garden snail that gets the chance to fulfill his dream of racing in the Indianapolis 500 thanks to a freak accident. Rated PG

Blackfish: starring Kim Ashdown, Ken Balcomb, Samantha Berg and Davis Duffus. The documentary explores the consequences of keeping killer whales in captivity. The story of Tilikum, a captive orca who is responsible for killing 3 people, is featured. Rated PG 13

Ip Man - The Final Fight: starring Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Gillian Chung, Marvel Chow, Xiong Xin Xin and Ip Chun. The foreign action film follows Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man as he is drawn into the underworld of the Triads. Rated PG 13

Prince Avalanche: starring Paul Rudd, Emile Hirsch, Lance Le Gault, Joyce Payne, Gina Grande and Lynn Shelton. The comedy centers on two men who form an unlikely friendship while painting traffic lines on a country road. Rated R

Frances Ha: starring Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Michael Esper and Adam Driver. The comedy tells the story of a free spirited woman who lives in New York, but doesn’t have an apartment, and works as a dance company apprentice, but isn’t a dancer. Rated R

The Attack: starring Ali Suliman, Reymond Amsellem and Yevgenya Dodina. The drama tells the story of an Arab surgeon who discovers a secret about his wife after a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. Rated R

I Declare War: starring Michael Friend, Gage Munroe, Siam Yu, Mackenzie Munro, Aidan Gouveia and Alex Cardillo. The action/drama follows a group of 12-year-olds as their innocent game of Capture the Flag turns serious. Not Rated


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