A list of titles available for home viewing and streaming this week.
Here’s what’s new for home viewing on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other services.
Top streams of the week
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard are beautiful spies in love in “Allied” (2016, R), a lush, old-fashioned romantic thriller from director Robert Zemeckis set during World War II. Now streaming on Amazon Prime and Hulu.
“The Homesman” (2014, R), a frontier Western directed by and starring Tommy Lee Jones, is a moving drama about the toll of isolation on the pioneering settlers. It’s now on Netflix.
Actor Tom Hardy created the dark and gritty historical TV series “Taboo,” a British-American coproduction about a half-Welsh, half-Native American sailor (Hardy) who challenges the British shipping monopoly in 1814; eight episodes now on Hulu.
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Aubrey Plaza is a stalker and Elizabeth Olsen her celebrity obsession in the social- media satire “Ingrid Goes West” (2017, R), a dark comedy about confusing “likes” for friendship.
For kids,“Cars 3”(2017, G) takes one more lap around Pixar’s animated franchise of talking race cars.
Also new: “The Glass Castle” (2017, PG-13), starring Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson, and underdog hip-hop drama “Patti Cake$” (2017, R).
Available before theaters is romantic drama “November Criminals” (2017, PG-13) with Ansel Elgort and Chloë Grace Moretz.
Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Rebecca Hall and Steve Coogan meet up for “The Dinner” (2017, R) to discuss some pretty dark issues in Oren Moverman’s adaptation of the Dutch drama.
Foreign affairs: “The Killer” (Brazil, 2017, not rated, with subtitles), originally titled “O Matador,” is a South American Western set in the 1940s.
Streaming TV: The second seasons of “Greenleaf,” from the Oprah Winfrey Network, and the Netflix original series “Lady Dynamite” with Maria Bamford are now available.
Amazon Prime Video
The Oscar-nominated Western “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” (2007, R) stars Brad Pitt as Jesse.
Streaming TV: “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” is a new animated series for kids based on the books by Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond.
“Get Out” (2017, R), the directorial debut of Jordan Peele, is a smart and witty mix of social satire, modern horror and savvy commentary on race in modern America.
The two-part documentary “Rolling Stone: Stories from the Edge” looks at the 50 years of American culture and politics as covered in the pages of the iconic music magazine.
Frankie Shaw stars as a single mother in South Boston in her new original comedy series “SMILF.” New episodes arrive each Sunday.
New on disc this week
“Cars 3,” “The Glass Castle,” “Ingrid Goes Home,” “Patti Cake$,” “Westworld: Season 1.”
Now available at Redbox
“Cars 3,” “The Glass Castle,” “The Beguiled,” “Patti Cake$.”