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Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings Available Now on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD & Digital

Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings is now available on all major digital platforms, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD today! Marvel fans can enjoy never-before-seen bonus material including 11 deleted scenes, a gag reel, audio commentary with director Destin Daniel Cretton, and more!       Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings Bonus Features*  Gag Reel – Take a look at some of the fun mishaps on set with the cast and crew of Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings.  Deleted Scenes They’re Waiting – Shang-Chi and Katy connect with Xialing over a call.  Take a Shot – Katy has a moment of resolve during a battle. Apology – Years after his sudden absence, Shang-Chi tries to apologize to Xialing.  I’m Here – Shang-Chi and Katy have a conversation in the alley. Katy reassures Shang-Chi that she will always be his support system.   Pep Talk – In order to turn the tide, Razor Fist encourages Katy during the middle of a battle. Gr


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Movie Review: #GlassCastle

The Glass Castle insults our intelligence for big Oscar moments that I hope will never come. Review by Matt Cummings If 2016's Spotlight and 2015's Room - both Oscar winners - proved anything, it's that stories of incredible abuse can be righted by the healing power of the human spirit. In both cases, our victims succeed, championed by a system of caring whose story is almost as interesting as the victim's. We learn some our most important life lessons from the visual arts, something that I wish The Glass Castle would have remembered. Instead, we get a movie that minimizes the true problem of parental abuse and neglect, and wraps up our story neat and tidy and ready for an Oscar it truly doesn't deserve. Columnist Jeanette Walls (Brie Larson) lives a very a comfortable life in 1989's New York, having recently become engaged to financier David (Max Greenfield). But under the fine dining and nearly antiseptic living conditions, Jeanette h