YOUR TAX RETURNS SHOULD
ARRIVE RIGHT ABOUT… NOW!
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Got the return you wanted? Celebrate with some new releases! Didnâ€™t hit the jackpot? Hey, at redbox new releases are cheap.
This week starts a little something like this: in Because I Said So, Diane Keaton plays a concerned (ie, obnoxiously meddling) mom whoâ€™s determined not to let her youngest daughter, Milly – Â—played by Mandy Moore – Â—make the same mistakes with men that she made. So where does she look for the perfect man for Milly? Why, the Internet, of course. Piper Perabo and Lauren Graham play Keatonâ€™s other daughters.
Next up, thereâ€™s the tragic-turned-romantic comedy, Catch and Release, starring Jennifer Garner, Timothy Olyphant and Kevin Smith. Garner plays a woman who copes with the sudden death of her fiancÃ© by hanging around his oldest and closest friends. As she learns a few secrets revealing that her fiancÃ© was by no means perfect, she ends up falling for the least likely of his friends: Fritz (the devilish Lothario played by Olyphant).
Want all of the romantic comedy without the dealing-with-death stuff? Look no further than Music and Lyrics. Hugh Grant plays a formerly famous singer whoâ€™s faced with the challenge of writing a song for a teen sensation. He struggles with the lyrics until he meets the lovely Drew Barrymore. Redbox knows what youâ€™re thinking: â€œWow, who would have predicted love would find these two heavyweights of romantic comedy?â€ Itâ€™s still fun to watch, though.
Donâ€™t forget about these titles from last week. Select them online and pick them up at any redbox location.
Complete with the return of Eddie Murphy and an Oscar-grabber of a performance from Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls steals the show. Itâ€™s the story of a female soul trio in the early 60s trying to earn their big break. Jamie Foxx and Beyonce Knowles also star.
Or you can join Bruce Willis, Emile Hirsch and Justin Timberlake in the intense crime drama Alpha Dog. Itâ€™s based on a crime committed by the drug dealer Jesse James Hollywood, and follows the story of the witnesses who were too scared to testify.
Finally, join some very familiar voices – Â—redbox is talking about Sarah Michelle Gellar, George Carlin and Andy DickÂ— – in the animated medieval kingdom of Happily N’Ever After. Gellar brings to life Ella, the only young lady in whole kingdom brave enough to stop her stepmotherâ€™s sinister plot.