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DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday is here again and film critic Tony Toscano joined Good Morning Utah to review the latest films out for purchase.

Happy Death Day 2 U
Rated PG-13

The sequel to the 2017 film has our heroine going back through the never-ending time loop, dying over and over again.

“Happy Death Day 2 U” is a satisfying, well written and acted sequel. The film’s charm is that it doesn’t take itself seriously and the audience is led on a wild and fun ride.

“Happy Death Day 2 U” simply works as a funny, ridiculous thriller.

It gets a B and is rated PG-13.

Fighting with My Family
Rated PG-13

A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids’ dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.

“Fighting with My Family” is an underdog story, but very well written and entertaining underdog story.

Based on true events, young Saraya “Paige” Knight, played by Florence Pugh, has dreams of following her family’s footsteps and becoming a professional wrestler. When Paige makes the cut into the WWE, her troubles begin.

“Fighting with My Family” is a joyful film about overcoming the obstacles in life yet, all the while, being true to yourself.

I found “Fighting with My Family” a hidden gem which should have received more promotion while it was in theaters February. Now that its available on Blu-ray & DVD check it out.

It gets a B and is rated PG-13.


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