What’s New at Redbox This Week?

by | May 31st, 2011 | 6:43PM | Filed under: Movies, Redbox Insider

Ooohhhh, yeah! We’ve got double the Cage Hair for you this week, folks! What more could you ask for in this life?

Here’s the rundown of six movies hitting redbox kiosks today:

Drive AngryDrive Angry

All you really need to know is that Cage plays an undead dude who busts outta Hell to avenge his murdered daughter and save his still-alive granddaughter, all while driving angry and being chased by one of the Devil’s minions. This just might be the best plot of any Nic Cage movie. Ever.

Genre: Action/Adventure

Starring: Nicolas Cage, the Cage Hair, Amber Heard, William Fichtner

Available on DVD and Blu-ray


The DilemmaThe Dilemma

What would you do if you saw your best friend’s wife cheating on him? Would you tell him… even if you knew he was preparing for the most important business deal of his life and was already stressed to the hilt?

Genre: Drama, Comedy

Starring: Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Winona Ryder, Jennifer Connelly, Channing Tatum, Queen Latifah

Available on DVD



This story about a man on the wrong side of the law who’s trying to make a better life for his kids before his time is up was nominated for two Academy Awards (Best Actor, Best Foreign Language Film) and just might break your heart.

Genre: Drama, Foreign

Starring: Javier Bardem, Maricel Álvarez

Available on DVD


Waiting for ForeverWaiting for Forever

Will’s been head over heels for Emma ever since they were kids. Now that they’ve reunited and he finally has his big chance, he’s completely blind to the fact that all of her baggage might actually be too much for him to handle.

Genre: Drama, Romance

Starring: Rachel Bilson, Tom Sturridge

Available on DVD


First DogFirst Dog

A boy in a foster home is befriended by a lost dog… who turns out to belong to the President of the United States! What else is there to do but get the pup back to the White House?

Genre: Family, Drama

Starring: Eric Roberts, Eliza Roberts, John-Paul Howard

Available on DVD


Snake EyesSnake Eyes

This 1998 film from Brian De Palma stars my main man as a corrupt Atlantic City cop who suddenly finds himself in the middle of a ringside murder investigation and possible government conspiracy.

Genre: Action/Adventure, Thriller, Crime

Starring: Nicolas Cage, the Cage Hair, Gary Sinise, Carla Gugino

Available on DVD



4 Responses to “What’s New at Redbox This Week?”

  1. brenda hatfield
    Posted on May 31, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    drive angry is a discrace to nicholas cages career- worse than a bad B movie I want my 1.05 back

  2. Scott Barris
    Posted on June 2, 2011 at 11:48 am

    I’ve written in before and am continually disappointed about the Blu-ray releases. The selection is very limited. When is Redbox gonna become Blu-box? There must be a better selection of new blu-ray movies made available.

    Either that, or I’m gonna have to go back to Netflix.

  3. Don Conley
    Posted on June 2, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    I suppose RedBox could not be blamed for the quality of a movied, but they might consider what they offer. And as a steady customer I find Drive Angry to be a shoddy movie, and Nicholas Cage should sue his agent for getting him involved in such a joke of a move.
    And I would love to start receiving my free 2 for 1 movies.
    And like Brenda, I would like to have my $1.05 back as well.

  4. Ms. G
    Posted on June 14, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    I think Everyone needs to realize that a particular Red Box can only hold so many movies & therefore, cannot provide all available Blu-Ray movies. Blu-Ray players can play DVD’s but DVD players cannot play Blu-Rays so seeing as how not everyone owns a Blu-Ray player it is more logical to put mainly DVD’s in each Red Box. This way there is something for everyone. I also think Red Box does a great job of keeping a nice selection of newer movies available to us & at only a dollar… u can’t beat that!!!

    For those of you who want your money back because you selected a movie that you didn’t like, well, that’s not the fault of “the Box”. Red Box has obligated themselves to putting out the newer releases and that’s exactly what they do, good or bad. Stop wining over paying a $1 plus tax on a movie you didn’t like when your loss could’ve very easily been $8.50 or more at the theater!