A list of titles available for home viewing and streaming during the week of Friday, July 14.
Here’s what’s new on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services.
Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand
Vin Diesel takes on Dwayne Johnson in “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth film in the car-caper franchise (PG-13). Also on DVD and Blu-ray. An unrated “Director’s Cut” is available.
Plus: “A Quiet Passion,” starring Cynthia Nixon as poet Emily Dickinson (PG-13), and Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women” with Laura Dern, Michelle Williams and Kristen Stewart (R).
For younger audiences, there’s the animated “Smurfs: The Lost Village,” also on DVD and Blu-ray and at Redbox (PG).
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Available same day as select theaters nationwide: the romantic drama “Blind,” starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore, and family adventure “Swallows & Amazons” with Kelly Macdonald (both not rated).
The Oscar-nominated “Lion” (2016), based on a true story, stars Dev Patel as a lost boy, adopted by Australian parents (Nicole Kidman and David Wenham), who uses Google Maps to locate his family in India (PG-13).
Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, Fred Savage and Kate McKinnon are “Friends from College” in the new Netflix original half-hour comedy (eight episodes).
More streaming movies: “To the Bone” (2017), starring Lily Collins as a young woman struggling with anorexia (not rated), and foul-mouthed comedy sequel “Bad Santa 2” (2016) with Billy Bob Thornton (R).
True stories: “Chasing Coral” (2017) documents the vanishing coral reefs around the world (not rated).
Amazon Prime Video
Walter Hill’s “The Assignment” (2017) stars Michelle Rodriguez as a hit man subjected to involuntary sexual-reassignment surgery by a vengeful doctor (Sigourney Weaver) (R).
“Mr. Robot: Season 2” expands the scope of one of the best shows on TV.
Abigail Breslin is Baby in the TV musical remake of the summer-camp romance “Dirty Dancing” (2017, not rated).
“Our Kind of Traitor” (2016), based on a John le Carré novel, stars Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris as civilians tangled in a British intelligence operation (R).
Also new: offbeat buddy comedies “Prince Avalanche” (2013) with Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch (R) and “Humpday” (2009) with Mark Duplass and Joshua Leonard (R).
Andy Samberg stars in both the boy-band comedy “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping” (2016, R) and the pro-cycling mockumentary “Tour De Pharmacy” (not rated).
The documentary “The Defiant Ones” looks at the musical partnership between Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre.
Winter is coming this weekend: “Game of Thrones” returns for its seventh season on Sunday night, July 16.
New on disc this week
“The Fate of the Furious,” “Smurfs: The Lost Village,” “The Lost City of Z,” “A Quiet Passion,” “Norman.”
Now available at Redbox
“Smurfs: The Lost Village,” “The Lost City of Z,” “Their Finest,” “Table 19.”