The House With A Clock In Its Walls was a delightful surprise to me this year. I was not expecting to even see it, since the trailers looked awful, but I went on recommendation and found a completely delightful film. So I'll be adding it to my collection this week. Amazon adjusted the price of the Blu-ray down to $19.96 since you completed the grid, and I think the other editions may have been adjusted down as well, although I'm not certain since I'm not buying those.
I saw Schindler's List for the first time last weekend during its theatrical re-release. Although it was a beautiful, powerful and moving film in every respect, I can't imagine wanting to go through that again with enough frequency to want to own it.
A Simple Favor was fun in theaters and would be a recommended rental for those interested, but I don't feel the need to own it right now.
Since this thread tends to get a lot of eyes and traffic -- I have a beg/request for some help from someone in the Phoenix area (Phoenix/Mesa/Chandler) or Las Vegas who might be able to purchase and ship a couple a Bluray or 2 that are "in-store only" at a local store. I'll even add a few dollars of gas and time if it helps
Heads up to anyone considering Schindler's List: Universal is releasing the film on all three formats with the same "25th Anniversary" banner. Only the 4K UHD Blu-ray has a remastered picture and upgraded Dolby Atmos audio. The Blu-ray and DVD editions are recycling the previous movie-only discs and changing out a new disc of extras.