On Demand DVD New Releases April 3-9

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On Demand DVD New Releases April 3-9

Office Christmas Party What better way to land the big client who is so desperately needed than to throw an epic Christmas party with him as the guest of honor? But Clay, the branch manager, is about to get an earful from his sister, the no-nonsense CEO, as the party gives the word “epic” a new definition. Jason Bateman, T.J. Miller, Jennifer Aniston (R, 1:45) 4/4

Aftermath A man’s life is changed forever after losing his family in a plane crash. He attempts to move on, but soon finds that he cannot face life without confronting the man responsible. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hannah Ware (R, 1:34) 4/7 Available same day as theatrical release.

Carrie Pilby Carrie Pilby, a 19-year-old Harvard grad, lives in a world of oversexed hypocrites. When her therapist assigns goals, Carrie resists the mundane, yet somehow manages to evolve into the compassionate person she never knew she wanted to be. Bel Powley, Vanessa Bayer (NYR, 1:38)  4/4 Same day as theatrical release

Paterson Take a look inside a week in the life of a bus driver named Paterson in the city of Paterson, N.J. Through his routine and seemingly ordinary days, we get a glimpse into the makeup of a man and his life from director Jim Jarmusch. Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani, Rizwan Manji (R, 1:58) 4/4

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Rebel soldier and criminal Jyn is on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star. She’ll get help from the rebels, a master swordsman and non-allied forces, but Jyn will soon realize that this is something much bigger than anyone imagines. Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Alan Tudyk (PG-13, 2:13) 4/4

The Ticket A blind man regains his vision and sets out to build a better life. However, his new improvements – a nicer home and a higher paying job – leave little room for those who were part of his old life. Dan Stevens, Malin Akerman (NR, 1:39) 4/7 Available same day as theatrical release.

We Don’t Belong Here A matriarch of a dysfunctional family is pushed to her tipping point by the disappearance of her son. Catherine Keener, Anton Yelchin (R, 1:32) 4/4

Availability dates, titles and schedule subject to change and may vary by system. Check with your cable provider for ordering information. HD and 3D not available in all systems.