NEW THIS WEEK: INCREDIBLES 2, BLACKKKLANSMAN, AND MORE

PLUS RENTALS AND MOVIES STILL IN THEATERS

 

HIDDEN HEROES

 

Sometimes saving the day means seizing the spotlight and making a big splash, and sometimes it means righting wrongs from the shadows. This week’s newly arrived heroes are serving up some justice on the down low.

 

 

The year is 2004. Facebook is on its way in, Friends is on its way out, and an unassuming family with secret superpowers has taken the world by storm. Disney•Pixar’sThe Incredibles brought heart, hilarity, and a relatable realism to animated superheroes, and the long-awaited Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2 packs everything fans have been waiting for and more, in up to 4K + UHD quality.

 

The Parr family are back and ready to save the day from a mysterious new evil-doer, bring superheroes back from the edge of extinction, and maybe grab some takeout on the way back from soccer practice.

 

 

Sometimes when you’re really excited to meet a new person, you don’t notice the red flags signaling that they might be hiding a secret. For the Ku Klux Klan in 1979, that person was a seemingly enthusiastic new recruit, and that secret was the undercover black police detective pulling the strings.

 

Loosely based on a stranger than fiction true story, BlacKkKlansman weaves a tale of danger, deceit, and discovery as the hunted becomes the hunter.

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again brings us back to the sun, surf, and singalongs that made the original a musical icon. Watch this clip for an exclusive look at the real-life church featured in the films, courtesy of travel blogger @JeanaTravels.

 

 

At the intersection of workplace drama, far-out fantasy, and social satire sits Sorry to Bother You. The post-modern fable depicting one man’s struggle for success is an eye-opening (and eye-popping) original that has to be seen to be believed.

 

STILL IN THEATERS

 

 

The temptation to phone it in on a tough workday can be strong, but when lives hang in the balance every wrong decision could mean tragedy.

The Guilty’s award-winning twists and turns all take place in a single room as an emergency dispatcher desperately attempts to help a stranger, but the consequences of his actions reach far beyond the four walls.