Warm up your winter with a redbox dvd!
And the nominees for sweetest new DVD release (available online) areâ€¦
First, thereâ€™s the Sony feature Open Season. The latest in a pattern of animated films that involve domesticated animals who return to (and go berserk in) their natural habitat: the great outdoors. This time around itâ€™s the voices of Martin Lawrence as a bear and Ashton Kutcher as a one-antlered mule deer who bring the animals to life and makes kids giggle contagiously.
Next up, redbox gives you The MarineÂ— or, as the bad guys quickly learn, the WRONG marine to mess with. In this action flick, diamond thieves kidnap the wife of a recently discharged marine (played by John Cena), who chases them down to get her backâ€¦and put that combat training to serious use. Robert Patrick also stars.
Sticking with the serious-action-from-men-in-uniform theme, returning this week is The Guardian. Itâ€™s got Ashton Kutcher playing a young Coast Guard recruit who’s put on the rescue team of a veteran guide, played by Kevin Costner, who recently lost his whole team. Redbox is talking conflict, above and underwater.
Also returningÂ— and every bit as available onlineÂ— is the latest installment in the gory series, Saw III. Jigsaw (played by Tobin Bell) returns to torture a new unlucky batch of people. But this time heâ€™s got an apprentice (Shawnee Smith). An apprentice? Is that yet another Saw sequel redbox smells?
Donâ€™t forget about all the inspirational power The Rock and Xzibit can muster up in Gridiron Gang. Get ready for the compelling story of a juvenile detention facility’s football team looking to show the world what theyâ€™re really made of.
And finally, Employee of the Month is still funny no matter what month it is. On the off chance you havenâ€™t rented this one yet, allow redbox to sum it up: hilarious warehouse workers (Dane Cook and Dax Shepard) try awkwardly to win the love of the hot warehouse worker (Jessica Simpson).
Why not spread the redbox mojo around to more of your inner circle? Thereâ€™s plenty enough to spread it thick and wide, so don’t worry. Like extra-crunchy peanut butter, natch. Just forward this email to a buck-a-night-new-release-DVD-loving friend or relative. Then tell them they can sign up for redbox emails at redbox.com. They’ll score a one night’s free rental of any DVD at any redbox location if they do. They can sign up for online rentals there, too. Won’t you be the big hero for suggesting it? Let redbox be the first to say, “nice job,” on looking out for the posse.