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The Fablemans: How to Watch Steven Spielberg’s Film at Home

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You can now watch “The Fablemans” from home. After hitting theaters in November, the Steven Spielberg film is now available to purchase digitally on Prime Video, Vudu and Google Play Movies for $19.99. The physical release will arrive on February 14, with Blu-ray, 4K and DVD formats available for pre-order on Amazon starting today.

In “The Fablemans,” the acclaimed director brings his famous storytelling chops to his own life, tracing a young Sam Fabelman’s upbringing in Arizona and then California as he falls in love with filmmaking. His parents’ estranged marriage and eventual divorce also play a large role in the plot, revealing that the young Fabelman, who stood in for Spielberg, was aware of his mother’s relationship with his father’s best friend. The digital release also includes bonus features that provide deeper insight into the making of the movie, such as a short film called “The Fablemans: A Personal Journey” and behind-the-scenes clips from the cast.

The film has already enjoyed a successful awards season ahead of the Oscars, where it is expected to earn nominations for Best Picture, Best Director for Spielberg and Best Actor for Paul Dano. At the Golden Globes, the film ended the night with two wins, including Best Movie Drama. At the Critics’ Choice Awards, it won the Best Young Actor/Actress trophy.

At 75, Spielberg himself considers where his engagement came from in ‘The Fablemans,’ a personal account of his upbringing that feels like two and a half hours’ worth of cocktail-party listening. Anecdotes, only good, as he has taken the trouble to stage them for our benefit,” wrote diversity Film critic Peter DeBruges in his review. “Spielberg is a born storyteller, and these are arguably his most valuable stories.”

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