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Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for August 21, 2020

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Welcome to another look at highlights arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. There’s some interesting new stuff coming your way, along with a few cult classics from years ago. So, since you likely can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


Panda Cares Day

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The Boys & Girls Club of Gallup teamed up with Panda Express Aug. 6 for Panda Cares Day at the Boys & Girls Club parking lot (416 W. Princeton Ave.).

The packs were handed out by club staff and a Panda Express manager, observing CDC and state health guidelines.

They handed out Panda Cares Packs and activity/enrichment bags to club members.

The Panda Cares Pack contained three books, a child-sized face mask, stickers and a packaged Panda Express lunch.

The Boys & Girls Club bag included games, a sweet treat and kids’ meal coupons from local restaurants.

The Boys & Girls Club says the event was made possible by Panda Express, the City of Gallup, Western Sky Community Care...

‘Made in Italy’ presents idyllic views, but little else that inspires

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Running Time:
94 minutes

Sometimes, movies can whisk viewers far away to gorgeous and inviting places halfway around the world. The new comedy/drama Made in Italy does just that, dropping its leads in Tuscany to soak up the incredibly picturesque locale. Frankly, this movie could inspire anyone to leave everything behind and move out there permanently. It’s unfortunate that the story itself isn’t nearly as engaging or remarkable as the idyllic views on display.

Jack (Micheál Richardson) is a London art dealer in the middle of a separation from his icy wife, Kate (Lindsay Duncan). When she announces she’s selling their gallery, Jack is destroyed...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for August 14, 2020

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The latest update detailing new Blu-ray and DVD highlights is a jam-packed edition with plenty of remarkable releases both new and old. It looks like there’s something for just about everyone coming your way. So, since you likely can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT: For years, many art historians claimed that the first abstract painter was Vassily Kandinsky, whose work debuted in 1910. This documentary details the incredible discovery of an earlier work in the genre by Hilma af Klint dating back to 1906. Recently, this artist has been receiving recognition and...

‘An American Pickle’ provides consumers with a few sharp notes

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Running Time:
90 minutes

This movie became available Aug. 6 for streaming on HBO Max.

If you ever wanted to know how to make homemade pickles, you might want to check out the latest comedy premiering on HBO Max. On second thought, you should probably avoid using the fermentation methods employed by the main character, as you may do yourself serious harm. Instead, just grab yourself a jar from a reputable manufacturer, sit back and simply enjoy An American Pickle. It’s far from faultless, but this is an enjoyable little flick that provides consumers with a few sharp notes.

The opening introduces viewers to Herschel Greenbaum (Seth Rogen), a Jewish...

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