July New Movies at the library.

New DVDs: July

Each month the library offers new releases on DVD including feature films, foreign language films, documentaries, and television shows. Check out one of the featured movies below or click here for a complete list of what’s coming to the library in July.
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Challengers. Film cover image.

Challengers – A former tennis prodigy turned coach and a force of nature who makes no apologies for her game on and off the court. Married to a champion on a losing streak, Tashi’s strategy for her husband’s redemption takes a surprising turn when he must face off against the washed-up Patrick, his former best friend, and Tashi’s former boyfriend. As their pasts and presents collide, and tensions run high, Tashi must ask herself, what will it cost to win?

Wicked Little Letters. Film cover image.


Wicked Little Letters – Based on a stranger than fiction true story, this ferociously funny mystery follows two neighbors: deeply conservative Edith Swan and foul-mouthed Rose Gooding. When Edith begins to receive wicked letters full of hilarious profanities, Rose is charged with the crime. However, as the towns women begin to investigate themselves, they suspect that something is amiss.

Perfect Days. Film cover image.

Perfect Days – A perfect song that hits at just the right moment, the play of sunlight through leaves, a fleeting moment of human connection in a vast metropolis: the wonders of everyday life come into breathtaking focus in this profoundly moving film by Wim Wenders. In a radiant, Cannes-award-winning performance of few words but extraordinary expressiveness, Koji Yakusho plays a public-toilet cleaner in Tokyo whose rich inner world is gradually revealed through his small exchanges with those around him and with the city itself. Channeling his idol Yasujiro Ozu, Wenders crafts a serenely minimalist ode to the miracle that is the here and now.

Ted Lasso, The Richmond Way. Film cover image.


Ted Lasso: The Richmond Way – In a bitter divorce settlement from her billionaire husband, Rupert Mannion, Rebecca Welton becomes the new owner of British football club AFC Richmond. She’s assisted by her Director of Football Operations, Higgins, who formerly worked for her husband. Her first order of business is to fire the team’s current manager and replace him with an idealistic all-American football coach, Theodore ‘Ted’ Lasso. Ted and his friend, assistant coach Beard, cross the pond to take up the management of the team’s ‘long, albeit modest’ history. Richmond is about to change the way they’re doing things, and from now on, that way is the Lasso way.

You Can Call Me Bill. Film cover image.


William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill – An intimate portrait of William Shatner’s personal journey across nine decades of a boldly lived and fully realized life, You Can Call Me Bill strips away all the masks he has worn during his storied career to reveal the man behind it all.