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The Aftermath (Blu-ray, DVD & Digital copy)

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Fox Home Entertainment

Set in 1946, this drama follows Rachael Morgan (Keira Knightley), a British woman whose colonel husband (Jason Clarke) is charged with rebuilding war-ravaged Hamburg. When she joins him there during the bitter winter months, she learns they will be sharing their home with a German widower (Alexander Skarsgård) and his troubled daughter (Flora Thiemann). Before long, the unusual arrangement intensifies political divides and stirs deep personal wounds. The title has several meanings in the context of the film. The obvious one is dealing with the outcome of the war. The Allies extensively bombed Germany before claiming victory, leaving most of the cities in rubble. The widower loses his upper-class status and must invite the opposing military into his home with a smile in an ironic reversal of fortune. There are also two deaths looming over the film’s characters as those affected struggle to live with their grief and possibly move forward. It often feels like everyone in the film is wearing a mask, concealing their true feelings. For this reason, the rare instances in which the trio is truly themselves are even more momentous. However, the ending delivers a blow by daring to be different and then backing out at the last possible moment. This choice to be conventional is the most disappointing aspect of the film, which is an otherwise standard period romance. Special features include: commentary by director James Kent; deleted scenes with optional commentary by Kent; VFX progressions with optional commentary by Kent; “First Look”; and gallery. (Fox Home Entertainment) The Believers (Blu-ray)

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Olive Films

Following the tragic death of his wife, psychologist Cal Jamison (Martin Sheen) and his young son Chris (Harley Cross) relocate from Minneapolis to New York City to start a new life. Enlisted by Lt. McTaggert (Robert Loggia) to help solve a baffling suicide case involving voodoo, Cal soon finds himself in the middle of an investigation with ties to a Caribbean religious cult and a series of ritualistic murders that will place him and those he loves in grave danger. This a contemporary take on the classic voodoo thriller in which city folk get mixed up in the ancient practice. In this case, the cult is drawing a lot of attention to itself by killing children in obvious ritual sacrifices. Chris becomes unknowingly marked when he stumbles upon one of the altars in Central Park and pockets one of the artifacts. However, there’s a much less supernatural event having a greater effect on the household: Cal starts dating the neighbour less than a year after his wife’s death and Chris resents him trying to replace his mother so soon. The black magic curses really ramp up in the last act as society’s elite tries to ensure the future of their cult by any means necessary. There’s nothing especially memorable about this movie except that the rich will do anything to stay that way. There are no special features. (Olive Films) Cinderella (Blu-ray, DVD & Digital copy)

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Disney Home Entertainment

Everyone orders Cinderella around: her cruel stepmother, her awful stepsisters -- even the big clock in the church tower tells her when to start another day of drudgery. But they can't stop her from dreaming, and Cinderella has faith that someday her wishes will come true. When an invitation to the royal ball arrives, Cinderella is sure her time has come — until her stepsisters tear her gown to shreds. Just when Cinderella believes all is lost, her Fairy Godmother appears, and with a wave of her wand and “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo,” transforms an ordinary pumpkin into a magnificent coach and Cinderella’s rags into a gorgeous gown. But Cinderella’s enchanted evening must end when the spell is broken at midnight. It takes the help of her daring animal mice friends and a perfect fit into a glass slipper to create the ultimate fairy tale ending. The bloody and somewhat gruesome Grimm fairy tale is polished with some Disney magic and transformed into a colorful, fun and cute story filled with memorable sing-along songs. The studio continues its love affair with mice by creating a group of the most adorable helpers that keep Cinderella's secrets and make sure she gets to the ball. Of course, Cinderella has an uncanny relationship with nature, as do most classic Disney princesses. Her step-mother and step-sisters are true villains, treating the real heiress to the household with cruelty and contempt. But Cinderella always has hope that one day her wishes will be answered and she'll be rescued from the situation. This is one of the original damsels in distress narratives with all the fixings for a fantasy escape. Special features include: Diane Disney Miller film intro; “In Walt’s Words: The Envisioning of Cinderella”; making-of featurette; “The Cinderella That Almost Was”; “The Real Fairy Godmother”; “Behind the Magic: A New Disney Princess Fairyland”; “The Magic of the Glass Slipper”; “The Art of Cinderella”; and “Try This Trivia on for Size.” (Disney Home Entertainment) Dumbo (4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & Digital copy)

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