Blu-ray Movie Releases: 4/28/13 - 5/4/13 | Resident Entertainment

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Blu-ray Movie Releases: 4/28/13 – 5/4/13

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This week on Blu-ray: Australians net no new movie Blu-rays while Americans get three. Wonder who wins this week.




Broken City comes to Blu-ray this week.  The Mark Wahlberg action film was a box office failure with just $19.7 million made domestically on a budget of $35 million. There doesn’t appear to be any special retailer deals for Broken City. The Blu-ray comes with a DVD and Ultraviolet copy.

You, in my eyes, a failure.

You, in my eyes, failure.

The Guilt Trip arrives on Blu-ray this week. The Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand comedy was barely a success making $41 million on a budget of $40 million. There are no retailer exclusives for Guilt Trip. The Blu-ray comes with a DVD and Digital Copy.

Finally, Oscar winner Silver Linings Playbook comes to Blu-ray this week. The Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence comedy was a big success with a $21 million budget and over $232.5 million worldwide (and still counting). Once again, there are no new retailer deals for Silver Linings which comes with a DVD and Ultraviolet copy. I loved Silver Linings Playbook and you can read my full review of the film here.

That’s it for this week. It’s going to be a tough one as both parties put up a pretty good fight. Australia tried hard while America was just slacking this week. But Australia was knocked out and America took home the trophy



For reviews and more from me, Petey Oneto, you can check out my blog but be sure to check back with Resident Entertainment for more of my posts in the future.

Petey is our resident movie buff who writes not only a variety of movie reviews but also keenly follows what's out on Blu-Ray each week. If you want to know something about a movie ask Petey, he's either seen it or know's about it. Petey is a very talented young writer who is very passionate about the movie industry and takes pride in covering the movies he chooses. You can always count on Petey's review as honest and as a guide for the feel of the movie.

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