This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: Jason Bourne, The Secret Life of Pets, Goodfellas 4K

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This week’s crop of DVD and Blu-ray releases includes Something for Everyone… and by that I mean, literally, the 1970 film Something for Everyone starring Angela Lansbury and Michael York. It also includes a couple of pretty huge releases in Jason Bourne and The Secret Life of Pets, plus we also have a handful of back catalogue 4K titles as well. Mike Birbiglia’s latest indie comedy Don’t Think Twice hits stores this week along with Ordinary World starring Billie Joe Armstrong, Phantasm: Remastered and Don Coscarelli’s final installment in the Phantasm series, Phantasm: Ravager. On Blu-ray we also have a 30th Anniversary Edition of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, New Zealand post-apocalyptic cult classic The Quiet Earth, the Mad Max High-Octane Collection and a couple of Bruce Lee films: The Chinese Connection and Fists of Fury. We’ve also got Goodfellas in 4K along with Ben Affleck’s Argo and The Town. What will you be picking up this week? Check out the full list of noteworthy new releases after the jump.

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  • no one important

    That Jason Bourne cover is as bland and boring as the film, easily the worst film of 2016. Most of the film was Matt Damon walking around looking at his mobile phone. With a bit of CG wizardy they could re-release it as Pokemon Go, The Movie.