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'I Still Believe' debuts on home video

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Posted at 6:48 AM, May 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-05 12:52:31-04

Here are this week's hottest home video releases. Find them on disc, or streaming services such as iTunes, Vudu, Amazon and Google Play.

Vin Diesel stars in a lackluster comic book adaptation, a sci-fi action flick. Playing a slain soldier brought back to life by a corporation with dark motives, Diesel utters grating one-liners and sleepwalks through perfunctory action sequences. While the effects are impressive, the rote story fails to impress. Extras include deleted scenes, an alternate ending and cast and crew interviews.

KJ Apa of "Riverdale" fame makes the move to film to middling results. Starring in a biopic of Grammy-winning gospel music artist Jeremy Camp, Apa delivers his usual charm and wit. The sappy screenplay, though, weighs down the performance and devolves into a massive Camp ego trip. The plot covers the star's crisis of faith as his wife becomes terminally ill, but fails to show much nuance. For my full review, click here.

Even without leading lady Emmy Rossum, who departed from the cast after season nine, the Showtime dramedy continues to deliver its trademark gritty laughs. William H. Macy, Cameron Monaghan, Ethan Cutkowsky and Emma Kenney pull together to keep the series going strong. The show delivers dark laughs through the lens of the fast-talking, loophole-exploiting lives of the Gallagher clan in southside Chicago.

Antonio Banderas's 1998 and 2005 turns as the masked vigilante make their way to 4K in both digital and physical versions, which are sold separately. Zorro's swashbuckling period adventures hold a timeless air about them, with both films capturing the dashing star in peak form.

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