New on DVD and Blu-ray
(20th Century Fox, $30)
Finally, somebody made a superhero movie “aimed squarely at adults,” said TheRinger.com. In his final turn as the mutant Wolverine— aka Logan—Hugh Jackman is a grizzled addict pulled into an unlikely fatherdaughter escape drama. It’s a “nothing is as it used to be” movie, and it’s moving.
Things to Come
(MPI Home Video, $25)
You have to hand it to Isabelle Huppert, said The Washington Post. In this subtle drama, the 64-year-old French actress somehow turns a story about midlife divorce and other setbacks into “a parable of liberation.” In every scene, she projects both fragility and “a fierce refusal to go down without a fight.”
Orange Is the New Black: Season 4
Season 4 of Netflix’s hit series was a powerful reminder that any show about prison is “about a place that consciously strips people of their humanity,” said Vox.com. Overcrowding is making life worse for the women inmates at Litchfield Penitentiary. The results prove “incredibly hard to shake.” ■