Texas Ranger Samantha Payne reopens a 15-year-old Missing Persons case, uncovering clues linking a local boy's death to wealthy family man, Scott Briggs. Samantha will stop at nothing to discover the truth even if it means risking her own life. With the unexpected return of his estranged son Ben, Briggs must find a way to either silence the law for good, or come to terms with the relationship between Ben and the boy that he tried to conceal all those years ago.
||June 5th, 2015 (Limited) by Entertainment One|
||July 21st, 2015 by Entertainment One|
||R for some violent images and language.|
(Rating bulletin 2371, 4/29/2015)
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||Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release, Directing Yourself, Screenplay Written By the Star, Family Affair, Missing Person, Cold Case, Dysfunctional Family, Cover Up|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Patriot Pictures, Voltage Pictures|
Ranking on other Records and Milestones
August 26th, 2015
The new releases for July 21st were WOW levels of bad with not a single first-run release to mention. This left holdovers on top of the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for July 26th. The Longest Ride remained in first place with 288,000 units / $4.64 million for the week, giving it totals of 788,000 / $13.39 million after two weeks of release. It should have no trouble cracking 1 million units sold, which will keep the studio happy.
July 21st, 2015
I can't wait till the TV on DVD releases start coming out. I will finally have something to talk about on the home market. This week, according to Amazon.com, the best-selling new release is What We Do In Shadows. The film earned excellent reviews and did well in limited release, but it isn't a number one chart-topper. The second best-selling new release of the week is Scooby-Doo and Kiss. ... What? From what few reviews I could find, it is better than it looks. That said, the Pick of the Week is still What We Do In Shadows.
June 5th, 2015
In another improvement to our news this week, the Limited Releases column is expanding to cover both limited and VOD releases. I know what you are thinking. You are thinking, “aren't you already talking about VOD on the Home Market Releases column?” Yes. However, those are for VOD releases for films that already played in theaters some time ago. This column will include films that debut on VOD either before, or simultaneously with, their theatrical release. We think this it an important change, as too often the Limited Release column was “Limited Releases Playing in New York City and Possibly Los Angeles.” For people in most of the rest of the country, there were no films on the list playing anywhere near them. This week, there are at least a few films worth checking out, including We Are Still Here, which is playing on VOD and Love and Mercy and Testament of Youth, which are theatrical-only releases that both have a shot at mainstream success.
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