Oscar voters have these DVD screeners: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ ‘Minions,’ ‘Trainwreck’ …

Over the weekend, Oscar voters had a choice between watching screeners of the intense action thriller “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the animated merriment of the “Minions” and the comic mayhem wreaked by Amy Schumer in “Trainwreck.” These were just the latest DVDs to arrive as the studios step up delivery in the days leading up to Thanksgiving (a prime time to catch up on contenders.)

The feel-good comedy “I’ll See You in My Dreams” with Emmy and Tony champ Blythe Danner was the first of this year’s Oscar hopefuls to be sent out to voters way back at the end of August. Since then, another 19 have landed on the doorsteps of academy members.

Below, a list of these films with the most recent first. 

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Nov. 13: “Minions

Nov. 9: “Mad Max: Fury Road

Nov. 8: “Southpaw”
Nov. 8: “Woman in Gold”

Nov. 6: “Trainwreck

Nov 2: “Love and Mercy”
Nov. 2: “Mr. Holmes”
Nov. 2: “99 Homes”  

Oct. 30: “Furious 7”

Oct. 29: “I Smile Back”
Oct. 29: “Learning to Drive” 

Oct. 23: “Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation”

Oct. 22: “The End of the Tour”

Oct. 21: “Straight Outta Compton”

Oct. 18: “The Diary of a Teenage Girl”
Oct. 18: “Infinitely Polar Bear” 
Oct. 18: “Irrational Man”
Oct. 18: “Testament of Youth”

Sept. 30: “Grandma”

Aug. 28: “I’ll See You in My Dreams”

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