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Whiplash (2014)

Whiplash DVD and Blu-ray release date was February 24, 2015. Whiplash Netflix rental release date is February 24, 2015 and Redbox release date is February 24, 2015.
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Amazon
Amazon
February 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015 calendar
Amazon Video
Amazon Video
February 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015
iTunes
itunes
Digital HDFebruary 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015
Redbox
redbox
DVD rentalFebruary 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015
Netflix
netflix
DVD rentalFebruary 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015
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Starring: Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons, Paul Reiser, Melissa Benoist, Austin Stowell
Director: Damien Chazelle
Writer: Damien Chazelle
In Theaters: October 15, 2014
Runtime: 107 min
Gross: $7.6 mil            8.6
Andrew is in his first year as a student in a prestigious New York conservatory. The school produces the best, most talented creative musicians in the world, and Andrew wants to be among them. He wants to be a great jazz drummer. Not only a great one, but one that's remembered forever. His aspirations make him strive hard and work long after others might have given up in frustration or exhaustion. The most demanding instructor in the conservatory is Terence Fletcher. Andrew must get onto the team to be taught by this great man, but once he's got a spot on the team, he might lose it due to the demanding pace. All while he is pushing himself, he's fighting against other outside distractions. If Andrew wants to be the best, he'll have to decide whether he wants a life outside of drumming or not. He can't have both.
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