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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Non-Stop

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, June 10

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
An operative (Chris Pine) in the CIA’s Financial Intelligence Unit (sure, it’s a thing) uncovers a Russian plot to collapse the U.S. economy and flips into action-spy mode to save the day. Shouldn’t this be called Shadow Accountant? (Paramount)

Non-Stop
A U.S. Air Marshal (Liam Neeson) receives a mysterious text demanding $150 million or a passenger will be killed every 20 minutes, so he flips into action-marshal mode to save the day. Shouldn’t this be called Dead Air? (Universal)

Ray Donovan: Season 1
“Fixer” to the Hollywood rich and famous Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) knows how to handle any problem—except his own father (Jon Voight), a career criminal just released from prison. Can this wacky family get it together? Ha! (Showtime)

The Secret Lives of Dorks
When a high-school nerd falls in stalker-lust with a head cheerleader, she sets him up with an equally awkward nerd girl and coaches him on “romance” (“Always tell a hot girl she’s smart; always tell a smart girl she’s hot”). Uh, brilliant! (Gaiam)

True Detective: Season 1
Two ex-Louisiana detectives (Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson) are interrogated about a serial-killer case they “solved” in the ’90s; flashbacks and intense hair/acting ensue. Yes, it is as amazing as the hype says. (HBO)

More New DVD Releases (June 10)
Adult World, Alan Partridge, Bigfoot vs. D.B. Cooper, Cosmos: Season 1, Devil’s Knot, Hell’s Kitchen: Season 11, Klondike, Midrange, The Mummy: Resurrected, Murder 101, Resurrection: Season 1, Rizzoli & Isles: Season 4, Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles

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