Get ready to beat the heat with new movies from TDS TV on Demand. First up, children of popular culture (especially the 1980s) are in for a treat with Steven Spielberg’s latest sci-fi film, “Ready Player One.” Next on the agenda is the comedy “Overboard,” plus a pair of quirky comedy/dramas: “Tully” and “Final Portrait.”
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If you love thrills and chills TDS TV on Demand has one of the best monster movies from the past few years—the nerve wracking “A Quiet Place.” However, if you’re looking for something on the fun and goofy side, there’s Dwayne Johnson’s latest action flick, “Rampage,” as well as the goofy “Super Troopers 2.” Finally, for the kids—and adults—there’s the clever and artistic “Isle of Dogs.”
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If you love battling robots and monsters, we have some fun for you. The science fiction epic “Pacific Rim: Uprising” headlines this month’s new films on TDS TV on Demand. And if giant creatures aren’t your cup of tea, we have a diverse set of dramas to satisfy everyone. There is the inspiring “Paul, Apostle of Christ,” the big-hearted “Woman Walks Ahead,” plus the revenge-fest that is “Tyler Perry’s Acrimony.” And finally, “Alex & Me” is the perfect film for any pre-teen girl in need of some encouragement.
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This month, TDS TV on Demand is bringing a wide variety of films to your living room. First is Disney’s take on the classic Madeleine L'Engle novel, “A Wrinkle in Time.” Second is the critically acclaimed teen coming-of-age story, “Love, Simon.” Third is the faith-based drama “I Can Only Imagine.” And finally, for the little ones, there’s the silly—but enjoyable—“Sherlock Gnomes.”
First up, the wickedly fun comedy “Game Night,” followed by the espionage thriller “Red Sparrow.” Next on the list is the trippy science fiction flick, “Annihilation,” starring Natalie Portman, plus “The 15:17 to Paris” the true story of three Americans who thwarted a terrorist attack in France. And finally, for the whole family, the charming “Early Man.”
To fuel the superhero frenzy, we have the wildly successful "Black Panther"—which has earned over $1 billion worldwide—coming to TDS TV on Demand. Additional films available this month include the war flick “12 Strong," plus “Peter Rabbit” which the kids will love. And finally, we’ve got the final chapter in the “Fifty Shades” trilogy.
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