Valentine's Day movie and book gift ideas

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DVD, Blu-ray and Book ideas for Valentine's Day gifts (Photo: Shout! Factory, Universal, Criterion, Lionsgate, Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Disney, Folio Society)

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) - With Valentine's Day only a week away, here's a look at some gift ideas for those who love movies and books.

Recent Blu-ray, DVD and Digital releases include a variety of classics and recently-in-theaters titles.

Abominable: Yi (Chloe Bennet), a teen recovering from the recent death of her father, setting out on an adventure when a on-the-run Yeti appears on the roof of her Shanghai apartment building.

The Anne Bancroft Collection: 8 films featuring Bancroft including classics "The Miracle Worker," "The Graduate," "To Be or Not to Be" and "Agnes of God" with "Don't Bother to Knock," "The Pumpkin Eater," "Fatso" and "84 Charing Cross Road."

Beverly Hills Cop 3 Movie Collection: Features all three films from 1984-1994 starring Eddie Murphy as Axel Foley, a Detroit cop who for a variety of reasons finds himself in Beverly Hills investigating a variety of crimes (typically deal with murder). It's a fish-out-of-water series that further established Murphy as an action start with comedic skills.

Brick: Director/writer Rian Johnson's debut film "Brick" stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a outcast teenager who while investigating the disappearance of his girlfriend discovers an underworld of crime.

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Doctor Sleep: Director Mike Flanagan's underrated sequel to "The Shining" follows Rose the Hat (Rebecca Ferguson) tracking Abra Stone, a young girl with extraordinary abilities. Rose's intentions aren't exactly good, forcing Dan Torrance (Ewan McGregor), who has lived a life of self-exile, out of the shadows to protect Abra.

Downton Abbey: The popular television series "Downton Abbey" lives on in this film from series creator Julian Fellowes.

Harriet: A biographical film about Harriet Tubman, the slave who became a prominent figure in the abolitionist movement. Cynthia Erivo stars as Tubman.

Holiday: This 1930 romantic comedy starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant is based on Philip Barry's play about a free-spirited man who ruffles the feathers of his fiancée’s family.

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Hustlers: Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu star in this fact-based drama about a group of former strip club employees who hatch a scheme to fleece their high-rolling clientele.

Joker: Todd Phillips directs Joaquin Phoenix in this gritty take on the comic book villain Joker.

Judy: Renée Zellweger stars as the iconic Judy Garland in this biopic that focuses on the singer's London concerts in the winter of 1968.

Last Christmas: Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in this a holiday-themed romantic comedy from director Paul Feig inspired by the Wham! song "Last Christmas."

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil: Angelina Jolie returns as the title character in this sequel that sees Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning) set to marry Prince Phillip (Harris Dickinson). A union that some will go to great lengths to keep from ever happening. Michelle Pfeiffer co-stars.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Quentin Tarantino's latest film sees TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) walk the line between celebrity and has-been in 1969 Los Angeles.

Parasite: Bong Joon-ho's dark comedy "Parasite" about a family of unemployed schemers who infiltrate the house staff of a affluent family. Nothing goes exactly as planned.

Terminator: Dark Fate: The latest chapter in the Terminator franchise sees Linda Hamilton return as Sarah Connor who along with a enhanced human from the future (Mackenzie Davis) tries to protect a young woman from the latest version of the Terminator.

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

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To commemorate the 200th anniversary of Anne Brontë’s brith, The Folio Society has released a new edition of "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall." Using the complete original text, this release features illustrations by Valentina Catto and an introduction from author Tracy Chevalier ("Girl with the Pearl Earing"). Though less famous than her sister, Emily, Anne's novel caused quite the stir as it presents the story of Helen Graham, a mysterious woman who moves into Wildfell Gall and becomes the subject of rumor and speculation.