A superhero film featuring the return of Michael Keaton as Batman tops the DVD releases for the week of Aug. 29.

"The Flash": "Justice League" vet Ezra Miller stars as Barry Allen and his speedy alter ego in this stand-alone DC Comics outing that takes place across multiple timelines, allowing for the return of old favorites such as Keaton's Caped Crusader.

"Almost always moving at what feels like the speed of light, this first feature film featuring the subatomically fast DC Comics hero is a zippy and entertaining blast," writes The News-Herald critic Mark Meszoros in his review. "And yet it nonetheless manages to serve up a few heartfelt moments amid all its carefully choreographed chaos."


"No Hard Feelings": Jennifer Lawrence stars as a down-on-her-luck 30-something who romances a nerdy teen boy in exchange for a Buick in this raunchy comedy.

"Blue Bloods: The Thirteenth Season": The CBS cop drama helmed by Tom Selleck makes it a baker's dozen as it returns for Season 13.

"Falcon Lake": Quebec-set coming-of-age drama about a teen boy who forms a connection with an older girl during a fateful summer vacation.

"Smiling Friends: The Complete First Season": This typically bizarre Adult Swim show centers on the workers of a small business as they strive to make people happy.

"So Help Me Todd: Season One": A lawyer gets her no-account offspring a gig at her firm in this CBS comedy-drama starring Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin.

"The Flash: The Ninth and Final Season": Blink and you’ll miss him as the CW's Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) hangs up his supersuit after nine seasons.

"Don’t Come Back Alive": Argentinian horror film in which a police detective and prosecutor tracking the group behind a gruesome series of murders wade into the satanic underworld.

"Drylongso": Criterion release of director Cauleen Smith's 1998 independent film about an Oakland art student.


"Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny": Everyone's favorite adventure archaeologist heads out for another globe-trotting gallivant to find a powerful dial made by the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes. Starring Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

"Deltopia": High school drama about a group of Southern California seniors ready to party after their final day of class.


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