DVDs & Blu-ray Discs
There's a world of pure imagination on every DVD and Blu-ray disc. Avoid the balkiness of tapes and the stuttering of streaming by just popping a disc in the player and pushing play. With a physical disc, you own it, so you can play it any time you want without worrying about your internet connection or streaming subscription. Build a collection of your favorite movies in stunning high definition. You can even get 3D Blu-ray discs for that total immersion feeling.Catch up on Your Favorite Shows
Whether you're a bigger fan of "Seinfeld" or "Babylon 5," you can find your favorite shows on disc. Pick up your favorite series a season at a time with handy boxed sets and enjoy. Most even come with special features that were never broadcast. You'll never have to be at the mercy of your TV provider again when the show you want to watch is already sitting there in your collection, ready to play at a moment's notice.Laughter Really is the Best Medicine
Everybody loves to laugh, and there's no better way to ensure you get your daily dose than with a comedy DVD or Blu-ray disc. Enjoy the antics of Chris Farley and Jim Carrey in "Dumb and Dumber," or go all-out with "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life." If you want something a little more restrained, try a romantic comedy like "Legally Blonde." There are comedies for every occasion, and every sense of humor.Lights, Camera, Action
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, Bruce Willis; you can thrill to their adventures any time you want just by popping in an action movie. Watch mismatched buddy cops in "Tango and Cash," or enjoy the big-screen action of "The Great Wall." Action movies are a great way to get your adrenaline pumping from the comfort of your own couch. After all, it's the characters who have to "Die Hard."Make Some Family Time
What better way to bring the family together than with a movie? Children's and family movies are great for everyone, and a perfect way to calm the kids down before bedtime. Pick an old favorite like "Finding Nemo," or maybe something newer like "Moana." You can stick with animation, or go with live-action and help your children learn some life lessons. It's all there for the watching as long as you have the disc.