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Monday, July 30, 2018

Hot This Week: July 30

Hot new movies are big this week as July prepares to fade into August, with four new titles on our list, including the top two. Music sees a reshuffling of last week's albums, while, in fiction, Daniel Silva pushes the Clinton-Patterson combo from the peak while a new novel from Debbie Macomber debuts as well. In non-fiction, a new pair of political explorations bookend the list.

  1. Rampage (Blu-ray | 4K)
  2. I Feel Pretty (Blu-ray)
  3. A Quiet Place (Blu-ray | 4K)
  4. Blockers (Blu-ray)
  5. Truth or Dare (Blu-ray)
  6. Traffik (Blu-ray)
  7. Tomb Raider (Blu-ray | 4K)
  8. Tyler Perry's Acrimony (Blu-ray)
  9. Escape Plan 2: Hades (Blu-ray)
  10. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Blu-ray | 4K)
  1. Drake, Scorpion
  2. Post Malone, Beerbongs & Bentleys
  4. The Greatest Showman Soundtrack
  5. Maroon 5, Red Pill Blues
  6. Luke Combs, This One's for You
  7. The Carters, Everything Is Love
  8. Panic! At the Disco, Pray for the Wicked
  9. Taylor Swift, Reputation
  10. Imagine Dragons, Evolve
  1. The Other Woman, Daniel Silva
  2. The President Is Missing, James Patterson and Bill Clinton
  3. Cottage by the Sea, Debbie Macomber
  4. The Outsider, Stephen King
  5. The Perfect Couple, Elin Hilderbrand
  6. All We Ever Wanted, Emily Giffin
  7. Spymaster, Brad Thor
  8. Clock Dance, Anne Tyler
  9. The Good Fight, Danielle Steel
  10. When Life Gives You Lululemons, Lauren Weisberger
  1. Liars, Leakers, and Liberals, Jeanine Pirro
  2. Educated, Tara Westover
  3. Calypso, David Sedaris
  4. The Soul of America, Jon Meacham
  5. Indianapolis, Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic
  6. How to Change Your Mind, Michael Pollan
  7. Astrophysics for People in a Hurry, Neil deGrasse Tyson
  8. The Plot to Destroy Democracy, Malcolm Nance
  9. Fascism: A Warning, Madeleine Albright
  10. From Cold War to Hot Peace, Michael McFall

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