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The Magnificent Seven and Return Of The Magnificent Seven ($3.99 to rent, $7.99 to own, or free to watch with a Tribeca Shortlist subscription)
Before Chris Pratt and Denzel Washington’s Magnificent Seven hits theaters next weekend, check out the original and its lesser sequel.
City Slickers ($3.99 to rent, $7.99 to own)
If you’re in the mood for some lighter cowboy fare, there’s always City Slickers.
According to the listing, this 1:43 scale monster truck has “powerful friction motors and ferocious wheel action,” allowing anyone who uses it to “climb over obstacles for unstoppable, in-your-face Monster Jam madness.”
Homeland, The Americans, Orphan Black, and more (starts at $2.99 an episode)
There’s an argument out there that we’re in the middle of #PeakTV, and it is certainly true that our TV riches are many. Before the Emmys tonight—or even after, once you know the winners—peruse Amazon’s 17-page guide to hot, streaming TV. There, you can pick up everything from American Horror Story to Veep, thus enabling yourself to sit on your ass for hundreds of hours to come.
Mini kids’ ATM ($32.99)
It’s never too early to learn that debit cards take real money out of your actual account.
Put this on your desk and harness Grover’s unwavering sense of power and confidence.
Predator, Titan A.E., I, Robot, and more ($3.99 to rent, $8.99 to own)
Amazon is currently running a big sale on a number of sci-fi movies, including the above. Go dig and see what you find.
There’s Something About Mary, Garden State, 27 Dresses, and more ($3.99 to rent, $8.99 to own)
If you’re in the mood for something with a little more heart, the site is also pushing a number of romantic comedies, including a number that star Kate Hudson.