New film dramas on DVD. In “A Hologram for the King,” an American businessman (Tom Hanks) attempts to sell a telecommunications system in Saudi Arabia. Desperate to make the deal, he learns to navigate this unfamiliar culture with the help of a taxi driver (and a local doctor. “Elvis & Nixon” depicts the real-life 1970 meeting between rock star Elvis Presley (Michael Shannon) and then-president Richard Nixon (Kevin Spacey) at the White House. Elvis went to Washington to offers his services as an undercover agent in the war on drugs, which lead to this unlikely meeting. “The Hollow Crown” is a “stunning adaptation” of Shakespeare’s most celebrated history plays: Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V. It’s a real life Game of Thrones as told by The Bard
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