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Sylvester Stallone plays one of several characters who are motivated to change their lives after reading a book by a mysterious author. Image ©2014 Millennium Entertainment

Home Video Releases for December 30

Let’s hope Santa brought you lots of movies for Christmas because it is another slow week for family-friendly films on home video shelves.

In the PG-13 movie Reach Me, an unknown author pens a book that goes viral. As various people read the book, including an undercover cop, a hip-hop mogul, a reporter, his editor and a former inmate are all motivated to re-evaluate their lives and make different choices to create more positive outcomes.

In the R-rated horror movie Tusk, a madman tortures and mutilates a young man while he tries to turn him into a walrus. The movie also contains graphic depictions of amputation and other explicit violence along with frequent coarse language.

Denzel Washington plays a former black ops commando with now works at a hardware store in The Equalizer. Although he promised his dying wife that he would leave his old life behind he can’t help but step in when he corruption and violence begin harming those around him.

 

More details about the movies mentioned in this post…

Reach Me

Reach Me

Can a book change your life?

Tusk

Tusk

He's not just pulling your tusk.

The Equalizer

The Equalizer

Helping the weak meets with strong opposition.