DVD Patrol: Jason Bourne, The Secret Life Of Pets

By: Todd Campbell

Getting started for the Holidays, Patrollers! The Toddster has been really busy and getting things wrapped up for the year. Also, Christmas is just around the corner and I hope everyone is getting their stuff done. Hope you liked the Jason Statham special we had last week. See some of our movies and check out a few of them.

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Jason Bourne- Just when you think you're out of something, you can get pulled back in again. Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) had been off the grid for a bit and had come to terms with living out the rest of his life. He was no longer an assassin for the CIA. Nicki Parsons (Julia Stiles) had recently come across some information on his Father so she goes to meet Jason. The same people who have been looking for Jason have followed Nicki and the both of them go on the run. They nearly kill Jason but manage to take down Nicki. She told Jason what he needed to know. Now with the help of Agent Heather Lee (Alicia Vikander), Jason may finally learn the final piece of the puzzle that's been missing. How far will he go to get it? There is talk of another Bourne movie in the works. Vikander is going to be working on a reboot of "Tomb Raider" based on the video game. Sounds good.

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The Secret Life Of Pets- Do you know what happens in your house with your pets when you're gone during the day? I sure would. In this new animated adventure, Max had the quiet easy life until his owner decided to bring home a stray dog named Duke. Max's life is about to be shaken up in a big way. He meets a lot of the other pets that are around and sees what the others like to do when their owners are working. Can Max get his quiet life back or is he going to try something else? Check out another animated movie in theaters now called "Moana" with the Rock voicing a character and he's singing. Who knew?

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