Star Trek Into Darkness 3D [3 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [3D] [Blu-ray/DVD] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D/DVD] 
Terminator: Genisys [3D] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D/DVD] 
Marvel’s Ant-Man [3D] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [2 Discs] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D] 
Spider-Man: Homecoming [3D] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D] 
This is the Ultimate Collectors Edition containing: – The 4K movie – The active 3D Blu-ray movie – the 2D Blu-ray movie – the Steelcase packaging. Note: This is an international limited edition release and the digital copy is not available in the US. The international release date is August 14 and will ship on the same day.
In Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, readers are introduced to Innovative Online Industries, the global communications and technology corporation that dominates the internet service industry through its administration of virtual world OASIS and the lucrative market of goods and services within it.
Sandra Bullock played a cutthroat politico operative parachuted into Bolivia to help a flagging candidate go on the attack and take down a front-runner. The movie was supposed to be a comedy but it didn’t make a whole lot of people laugh much. Instead, it painted a pretty cynical picture of a political strategist crafting a take-no-prisoners smear campaign with close to no regard for the consequences.
There is a craft to uprising — and this craft can change the world
From protests around climate change and immigrant rights, to Occupy, the Arab Spring, and #BlackLivesMatter, a new generation is unleashing strategic nonviolent action to shape public debate and force political change. When mass movements erupt onto our television screens, the media consistently portrays them as being spontaneous and unpredictable. Yet, in this book, Mark and Paul Engler look at the hidden art behind such outbursts of protest, examining core principles that have been used to spark and guide moments of transformative unrest.
The most famous by far of all twentieth-century political allegories, Animal Farm is the account of a group of barnyard animals who revolt against their vicious human master, only to submit to a tyranny erected by their own kind, can fairly be said to have become a universal drama. Orwell is one of the very few modern satirists comparable to Jonathan Swift in power, artistry, and moral authority; in animal farm his spare prose and the logic of his dark comedy brilliantly highlight his stark message. Taking as his starting point the betrayed promise of the Russian Revolution, Orwell lays out a vision that, in its bitter wisdom, gives us the clearest understanding we possess of the possible consequences of our social and political acts.
Today’s inequality is on a scale that none of us has seen in our lifetimes, yet this disparity between rich and poor has ramifications that extend far beyond mere financial means. In The Broken Ladder psychologist Keith Payne examines how inequality divides us not just economically, but has profound consequences for how we think, how our cardiovascular systems respond to stress, how our immune systems function, and how we view moral ideas like justice and fairness. Experiments in psychology, neuroscience, and behavioral economics have not only revealed important new insights on how inequality changes people in predictable ways, but have provided a corrective to our flawed way of viewing poverty as the result of individual character failings. Among modern, developed societies, economic inequality is not primarily about money, but rather about relative status: where we stand in relation to other people. Regardless of their average income, countries or states with greater levels of income inequality have much higher rates of all the social problems we associate with poverty, including lower average life expectancies, serious health issues, mental illness, and crime.