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LBJ Release Date

The movie LBJ is already released on Blu-ray, DVD, VOD and Cinema in the USA. The upcoming Blu-ray, Cinema, DVD and VOD release date in the UK is to be announced.

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Blu-ray
February 6, 2018Confirmed
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Cinema
November 3, 2017Confirmed
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DVD
February 6, 2018Confirmed
2
VOD
February 6, 2018Confirmed
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Blu-ray
TBAConfirmed
1
Cinema
TBAConfirmed
7
DVD
TBAConfirmed
2
VOD
TBAConfirmed
4
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After John F. Kennedy's assassination in November 1963, it fell immediately to Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson (Harrelson, also appearing in Gala Presentation The Edge of Seventeen) to take up the mantle of Commander in Chief. No other president of the last century began his time in office under such sombre circumstances, and few have begun their terms attempting to navigate such national turmoil. This was the era of the Civil Rights Movement and the escalation of the Vietnam War.

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What do the critics say?

Based on 10 LBJ reviews, LBJ gets an average review score of 57.
3/4
nypost.comCinema
Actually, stoner Woody Harrelson makes a pretty good president.
1418d ago
3/4
www.rogerebert.comCinema
Though the film understandably leaves out much about Johnson’s career to focus on his growing commitment to Civil Rights, it does so with verve and conviction before, alas, turn...
1418d ago
C/A+
www.avclub.comCinema
Woody Harrelson’s makeup isn’t the worst thing about LBJ.
1418d ago
63/100
www.washingtonpost.comCinema
‘LBJ’: Woody Harrelson delivers an outsize performance in a film that somehow feels small.
1418d ago
50/100
www.villagevoice.comCinema
Rob Reiner’s “LBJ” might infuriate the #MAGA crowd, but it’s coated in flop sweat.
1418d ago
50/100
www.nytimes.comCinema
Directed by Rob Reiner from Joey Hartstone’s script, LBJ is a frustratingly underdeveloped vehicle for Mr. Harrelson’s talents as well as an unfortunate missed opportunity.
1418d ago
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