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The Film Yap’s Movies to Watch at Home: ‘The High Note,” ‘The Invisible Man,’ ‘Jaws,’ more

Movie theaters may be shut down right now, but there are still new movies for you to watch being released regularly. We checked in with Christopher Lloyd of The Film Yap to see what’s streaming, available on disc, and On-Demand.

New On Digital/Demand:

End of Sentence — John Hawkes and Logan Lerman star in this sad, tender drama about a father and son reconnecting on a trek to Ireland to spread their loved one’s ashes.

The High Note — Dakota Johnson plays the personal assistant to a famous singer (Tracee Ellis Ross) in this comedy-drama about second chances. With Ice Cube as the jerk manager.

Screened Out — This documentary looks at the modern obsession of always having a smartphone or screen in front of our noses, an average of 3-5 hours a day.

New on Disc:

The Invisible Man — Elisabeth Moss stars in this very different take on the classic tale, where the invisible man is the nemesis stalking his ex-girlfriend — or is it all in her mind? — in this horror/thriller.

Cool on Streaming:

I’m No Longer Here — In Monterrey, Mexico, a teenager hooked on cumbia music is forced to flee his home after violence and finds life in America less than welcoming. Now on Netflix.

You Might Have Missed:

Jaws: 45th Anniversary 4k Ultra Blu-ray — Baaa-dum. Baaa-dum. This toothsome treasure is out for its first release on 4k Ultra! Out June 2.

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