It’s the weekend! Time to get the popcorn ready and pop one of these into your DVD player. “The Disaster Artist” stars James and Dave Franco as a pair of Hollywood outsiders who run amok. “I, Tonya” chronicles the dubious career of the Olympic figure skater who arranged an assault on a rival skater. “Lady Bird”, a coming-of-age story about a high-schooler (Saoirse Ronan), was the academy’s bridesmaid, receiving many nominations but winning no awards. “Murder on the Orient Express” is a “handsomely staged, well-cast” version of the classic Christie mystery. ‘Stronger” stars Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a Boston Marathon bombing survivor who must adjust to life without legs. The Disaster Artist tells the tragic-comic story of Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau, an aspiring who produced what is thought to be one of the worst movies ever made. Stronger portrays a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing who lost both legs. Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express is a handsome re-do of the classic mystery.
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