What’s New at Redbox This Week?

by | Jun 28th, 2011 | 5:51PM | Filed under: DVD Reviews, Redbox Insider

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Six new movies are in redbox kiosks today, and four star-studded oldies but goodies have arrived as well.

Here’s the rundown:

BeastlyBeastly

In this modern-day take on Beauty and the Beast (loosely based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Alex Finn), obnoxious high school student Kyle gets cursed by a fellow classmate who just so happens to be a witch. He goes into hiding after she transforms him from a blond stud into a grotesque albino freak, and if he can’t find anyone to love him for who he really is, then his good looks and privileged lifestyle will be gone forever.

Genre: Romance, Drama

Starring: Alex Pettyfer, Vanessa Hudgens, Mary-Kate Olsen, Neil Patrick Harris, Peter Krause

Reserve a copy of Beastly

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Barneys VersionBarney’s Version

Paul Giamatti won the Best Actor/Comedy Golden Globe for his role as Barney Panofsky, who shares the ups and downs of his three marriages — as well as the part he played in his good friend’s murder — as he recounts his colorful life.

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Starring: Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman, Minne Driver, Rosamund Pike, Rachelle Lefevre, Scott Speedman

Reserve a copy of Barney’s Version

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Maos Last DancerMao’s Last Dancer

The rags-to-riches true story of Chinese ballet dancer Li Cunxin, who was chosen to train at Madam Mao’s Beijing Dance Academy when he was just a young boy, and later went on to become one of the world’s greatest dancers.

Genre: Drama

Starring: Cody Linley, Carly Schroeder, Chloe Bridges, Brie Gabrielle, Micah Alberti

Reserve a copy of Mao’s Last Dancer

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The TravelerThe Traveler

From the moment a mysterious stranger arrives in their small town police station confessing to multiple murders, the lives of six unsuspecting sheriff’s deputies are forever changed. And not just because they had to look at Val Kilmer’s awful, Cage-rivaling hairdo.

Genre: Thriller, Action/Adventure

Starring: Val Kilmer, Dylan Neal, Paul McGillion

Reserve a copy of The Traveler

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BloodworthBloodworth

It’s Val Kilmer again! This time he’s one of the sons of E. F. Bloodworth, a country singer who returns home after leaving his family in favor of a life on the road. (It’s been 40 years since he took off, so, um, the reunion isn’t exactly a happy one.)

Genre: Drama, Romance

Starring: Val Kilmer, Kris Kristofferson, Hilary Duff, Dwight Yoakam, Reece Thompson

Reserve a copy of Bloodworth

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Fairies Meet the FairiesFairies: Meet the Fairies

From the stupendous turnout of last week’s giveaway, I know we have some fairy fans out there! Get ready for lots and lotsa pink as we travel to the Magical Mystery Tree and through Fairyland to join Harmony, Rhapsody, and their magical friends.

Genre: Family

Starring: Candice Moll, Ruth Fallon, PJ Oaten, Rhys Bobridge, Adam Goodburn

Reserve a copy of Fairies: Meet the Fairies

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And here are four older titles now at redbox for the first time:

  • Internal Affairs, starring Richard Gere and Andy Garcia
  • Rules of Engagement, starring Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson
  • The Score, starring Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, and Marlon Brando
  • Narc, starring Ray Liotta, Jason Patric, and Busta Rhymes

One Response to “What’s New at Redbox This Week?”

    • Currently 3/5 Stars
    moviegoer123
    Posted on June 30, 2011 at 8:35 am

    I had seen Mao’s Last Dancer on rent. It’s an exceptionally good dance film however the story is derived. Decent performances. Great ballet and good messages to take away. A film that I would recommend for people who love ballet or born in China, and now live in United States. Mao’s Last Dancer is a beautiful film. It’s worth a $1 + tax!