A list of what's new on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services.
Here’s what’s new for home viewing and streaming this week.
Top streams of the week
Channing Tatum and Adam Driver play brothers who defy the “Logan Lucky” (2017, PG-13) family curse when they rob a North Carolina NASCAR track in Steven Soderbergh’s playful and clever heist comedy. Think of it as the red-state answer to his glitzy “Oceans” movies. Streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Also on Prime Video is “Human Flow” (2017, PG-13), a compassionate documentary on forced migration around the world made with an eye for beauty by visual artist Ai Weiwei.
Gal Gadot is the original comic-book super heroine in “Wonder Woman” (2017, PG-13), a refreshingly dynamic, rousing and inspirational addition to the big-screen universe of DC Comics. On HBO Now and HBO On Demand.
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The new Netflix teen comedy “Everything Sucks!: Season 1” pits the A/V club against the drama club in tale of social outcasts and unexpected romance in a 1990s high school in Boring, Oregon (a real town); 10 episodes now streaming.
Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand
Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson are protective parents of a child (Jacob Tremblay) with facial deformities in “Wonder” (2017, PG), based on the best-selling children’s novel, and Denzel Washington earned an Oscar nomination for his role in “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” (2017, PG-13). Also on DVD and at Redbox.
The romantic drama “Irreplaceable You” (2018, not rated) stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Michiel Huisman as lifelong sweethearts whose future is in doubt after a grim diagnosis.
Amazon Prime Video
“Good Time” (2017, R) gives Robert Pattinson a deliciously mercenary role as a scuzzy small-time thief trying to score bail money to get his mentally disabled brother out of jail.
Streaming TV: Enter the beautiful and grotesque world of “Hannibal: Complete Series” (2013-2015) or get a ’60s comedy flashback with “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In: Complete Series” (1967-1972). Sock it to me!
Amazon Prime and Hulu
Chris Pine plays young James T. Kirk and Zachary Quinto is Spock in “Star Trek” (2009, PG-13), the big-screen reboot/prequel from J.J. Abrams.
Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac are American hustlers in Greece in “The Two Faces of January” (2014, PG-13), based on the Patricia Highsmith novel.
Streaming TV: Revisit the complete six-season run of the NBC family dramedy “Parenthood” (2010-2015) with Lauren Graham and Peter Krause.
Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins are parents of a multiethnic family in Portland, Oregon, in “Here and Now” from “Six Feet Under” creator Alan Ball. New episodes arrive Sunday nights.
New on disc this week
“Wonder,” “Roman J. Israel, Esq,” “Blade of the Immortal,” “Night of the Living Dead” (restored Criterion special edition), “The Deuce: Season 1.”
Now available at Redbox
“Wonder,” “Roman J. Israel, Esq,” “LBJ.”