3 movies to get on DVD and Blu-ray this week: April 28

Blake Lively stars in Paramount Pictures’ “The Rhythm Section.”
Blake Lively stars in Paramount Pictures’ “The Rhythm Section.” /

If you’re looking for something new to add to your DVD and Blu-ray collection, there’s great news this week. Here’s what to add on April 28.

It’s a new week and that means new DVD and Blu-ray releases. There is a good selection coming this week, but we’re picking the top three. Whether you want action or drama, there’s something for you.

Here are the top three releases for Tuesday, April 28.

3. The Assistant

Some movies are created purely for entertainment. Others are made to make you think. The Assistant is the latter, focusing on a college graduate who is excited to land her dream job. However, it turns out the dream may not be all it’s made out to be.

As Jane starts to notice a pattern of mistreatment and disrespect, she decides to stand up for herself. However, the entire system is broken and she could be in direct danger because of her actions.

2. Arrow Season 8

Okay, so this isn’t actually a movie. Well, not really. I will admit that the first seven episodes of the season will feel like a 7-hour movie though. It’s time to find out how Arrow came to an end (if you didn’t watch it on The CW as it aired).

If you get the Blu-ray version, you’ll also get the four other episodes of the Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline. This is certainly worth the extra money.

1. The Rhythm Section

Blake Lively fans will want to check out The Rhythm Section. The Gossip Girl actress takes on the role of a woman who lost her whole family in an accident. However, it turns out the accident wasn’t an accident after all. Now she needs to figure out who killed her family and why.

This means she needs to take on different looks and personalities if she wants to get to the bottom of the conspiracy. Will she get to the truth?

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What are you getting on DVD and Blu-ray this week? Let us know in the comments below.

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