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Redbox New Releases for May 11, 2010

Here is what is coming to Redbox next week (May 11, 2010). What will you be watching?

6 Guns R
Starring: Greg Evigan,Barry Van Dyke
Genre: Action,Drama,Drama,Western
Release Year: 2009
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Big Fan R
Starring: Patton Oswalt,Marcia Jean Kurtz
Genre: Comedy,Drama,Comedy,Drama
Release Year: 2009
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Daybreakers R
Starring: Ethan Hawke,Sam Neill,Willem Dafoe
Genre: Drama,Horror,Action,Drama,Horror,Sci-Fi,Thriller
Release Year: 2009
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Johnny Test: Johnny Test Vs Bling Bling Boy NR
Starring: Johnny Test
Genre: Family,Children
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Legion R
Starring: Lucas Black,Paul Bettany
Genre: Action,Thriller
Release Year: 2010
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Matilda (1996) PG
Starring: Danny DeVito,Mara Wilson
Genre: Family,Comedy,redbox Replay,Children
Release Year: 1996
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12 Responses to “Redbox New Releases for May 11, 2010”

  1. Member [Join Now]

    That’s all? I don’t see anything worth renting. I love how Matilda randomly gets released in Redbox.

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    curtis [visitor]

    6 Guns looks good love westerns.

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    john sfrengeu [visitor]

    meanwhile at blue box

    coming may 11 2010

    Tornado Valley (2010)
    Play The Game (2010)
    Malice in Wonderland (2010)
    Legion (2010)
    How I Got Lost (2010)
    Fire From Below (2010)
    Edge of Darkness (2010)
    Daybreakers (2010)
    Billy Owens & The Secret of The Runes (2010)

    im not saying any of this will be good but why does bbexpress have a better selection of movies in their kiosk?

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      Beebop [visitor]


      this “better selection” you talk about? It’s kinda like having a bunch of extra kinds of green beans on the buffet line! LOL

      well..except for Edge of Darkness

      • Member [Join Now]

        BLUE IS BEST! movies are better! redbox buys the junk rents the crap for a buck to lots of fools out there. BLUE get the quality movies, no delays, online rental with promo codes! no way to beat it!

        its just a question of when they come here in numbers to compete with red! if they get here quickly, red will die!

        the coinstar ceo is already pushing prices higher. he needs more revenue to make the stock rise. he cares nothing for you fools nor does he care about the industry! good lcuk to redboxers! help him make millions while you pay $1.15 for CRAP!


    • Member [Join Now]

      John, sorry dude, but “Edge of Darkness” isn’t available at the Bluebox either. One of the reasons that Bluebox has more available titles is simply because they don’t have any embargo/28-day window, which Redbox agreed to with Fox, Universal and Warner(The studio that distributed “Edge of Darkness”).

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    MAGNET1 [magnet1]

    Anybody get their free code for renting 3 movies the last two weeks of April? It was suppose to be emailed to you on May 7.

  5. Visitor [Join Now]
    The [visitor]

    Free codes, at Kroger/Smiths when you buy Fritos or Pepsi. I got 12 2-liter Pepsi’s at 0.84 each (sale), got redbox 4 codes. Not sure what the Fritos deal was.
    Codes only work at redbox at the store, I tried a few other places (not a smiths). Codes are good till end of Aug. which gives them time to put a f-ing good movie in the box. I’m getting tired of these B movies.

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    Jan [visitor]

    It’s like the kernals at the bottom of the popcorn lately. When are you going to have some good movies we can rent?

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    eastcountygirl [visitor]

    Yes, we noticed the 25 cent increase in east county san diego. We do not like it. That is a 25% increase – which is a lot even though 25 cents sounds like a little. We just read an article about the San Diego Utilities Company settling but forced to pay $410 million dollars. They estimate it would cost them around a 20 cents decrease is each utility bill. Yet each energy user was billed an average of $50 to $100 bucks over for several months. 20 cents will not make up for the loss of each household approximately $500 to $1000. So going back to RED BOX increasing the daily price by 25 cents – how much will their profits add up to each month? Millions?