Watch Dave Chappelle's furious new stand-up set '8:46' now streaming on YouTube

Watch Dave Chappelle's furious new stand-up set '8:46' now streaming on YouTube

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Here’s a look at what’s new or notable in 亚洲游国际集团home video. Movies and TV series are available on streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon and Vudu unless otherwise noted.

New — Comedy special

“8:46”: Can you laugh through tears of rage? Dave Chappelle tests the proposition in his live-wire new stand-up set, named for the length of time a Minneapolis police officer was recorded kneeling on George Floyd’s neck.

The short set, surprise-released last week on YouTube, feels like a rough draft as Chapelle tries to figure out what a comedian can do with fury and frustration. “Why would anyone care what their favorite comedian thinks” right now, he asks. His answer: I don’t lie to you.

Now streaming on Netflix’s YouTube comedy channel,

More rage-fueled comedy: Hannah Gadsby’s new Netflix special “Douglas” is streaming now.

New — Film

“Babyteeth”: Essie Davis (“The Babadook”) and Ben Mendelsohn (HBO’s “The Outsider”) star in this emotionally jarring Australian dramedy that could be described as a punk-rock cover of “The Fault in Our Stars.” They play the parents of Milla, a terminally ill teenage girl who gives their sad lives a jolt when she falls for a much older, much wilder guy.

Opens Friday in theaters and on demand.

New — Original streaming

“7500”: In this efficient, claustrophobic thriller, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is Tobias, an unassuming American co-pilot on a flight from Berlin to Paris that is hijacked by terrorists shortly after takeoff. The German-made movie, in English, German and Turkish with subtitles, seals viewers inside the cockpit for 90 minutes with the pilot and two terrorists.

Tobias isn’t an action hero, just an ordinary guy who has few options, none good, as he tries to save the plane and its passengers. Absolutely not recommended to anyone who’s already overstressed.

Premieres Friday on Amazon Prime.

Notable — Rewatch

“Inside Man”: Spike Lee’s biggest box office hit isn’t his most essential film. “Do the Right Thing,” Malcolm X” and the just-released “Da 5 Bloods” are higher on that list. It’s merely Lee flexing his directing skills and knowledge of film history — he’s right there with Scorsese and Tarantino — to elevate a heist movie into something special.

“Inside Man,” which stars Denzel Washington as a hostage negotiator, revolves around a bank robbery so unusual that it will leave viewers uncertain what crime was actually committed and who the real criminal was.

Watch on Netflix or rent on Amazon Prime and other streaming services.

Jim Kiest is the arts and entertainment editor for the San Antonio Express-News. To read more from Jim, become a subscriber. @WeekenderSA