It’s the start of the summer and we are all looking for something good to watch. You know there is nothing better than summer movie nights! So here is what you have been waiting for – Redbox new releases for June 2016.
We all love a good Marvel movie so of course our first hit on the Redbox top new releases list for June is Deadpool. If you missed it in the theaters, you need to make it to your nearest Redbox kiosk as soon as you can. Nobody wants to pass up the opportunity to watch Ryan Reynolds as this year’s new comedic comic book hero. Now, if you are thinking that this is going to be another Hankcock with a sarcastic, somewhat bitter super hero, you are wrong. Ryan Reynolds is a whole other character and this super hero has much more prominent comedic flare. You get the best of both worlds, comedy and action all wrapped up in one. Deadpool stars Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, TJ Miller,Ed Skrein, and many more. It is rated R so put the kids to sleep and enjoy.
This is a cute one. We all have seen movies in which a father is forced to come to terms with his own life struggles when his formerly estranged son is forced upon him by circumstance beyond his control. It always ends well, and this movie is no exception. While it is a familiar general plot, the movie incorporates some surprising characters. For example, I wouldn’t have thought to cast Clive Owen and the struggling father, but it really works with the vibe of the rest of the movie. The movie has its own unique style and is an enjoyable flick for this summer. The Confirmation stars Clive Owen, Jaeden Lieberher, Tim Blake Nelson, Patton Oswalt, and Maria Bello, and is rated PG-13.
Here’s one for the kids. If you’re looking for a good family night movie, this is the pick for you this June. The animation is vibrant, diverse, and just fun. In Zootopia, Judy Hopps – a bunny – strives to prove to herself and others that she can belongs on the police force – a challenging occupation for anyone but especially for the small, new bunny on the block. In order to succeed, she must learn how to work with others and face difficult challenges along the way. There is a little something for all viewers to enjoy and learn from this creative, colorful hit. The movie is rated PG and stars the voices of Ginnifer Goodwin, Nate Torrence, Jason Bateman, and Idris Elba.
This movie is definitely twisted but fun. This was one of the better movies I’ve seen in a while just because it was so creative and well-cast. Sam Rockwell makes for a hilarious killer and Anna Kendrick the perfect crazy partner who must come to terms with his deadly occupation. You will not be able to predict the outcome of this one. Just sit back and enjoy the crazy story line and hope for the best. This movie stars Sam Rockwell, Anna Kendrick, Tim Roth, James Ransone, and Anson Mount. It is rated R.
If you are looking for something suspenseful, this pick is the one for you. It is not what you expect and it’s unpredictable. A girl goes to join a convent in the middle of nowhere in Chile, but there are many secrets that will be revealed along the way. The convent is not what it appears to be and neither is the girl. She is there on a secret mission of her own to save the man she loves but her mission is a dangerous one despite the religious façade of the convent. The movie stars Emma Watson, Daniel Brühl, Richenda Carey, Michael Nyqvist, and Vicky Krieps. It is not rated.
How To Be Single
You can’t miss this last Redbox new release. How To Be Single is a great hit to enjoy this summer. A newly singled woman struggles to come to terms with her single status with the help of her friend – played by Rebel Wilson- who teaches her the ropes of single life in New York City. I love Rebel Wilson and she is great in this film as in many others. The movie is based off of a book written by Liz Tuccillo who known for her work with Sex and the City and co-authoring the book He’s Just Not That Into, so if you like her previous work, I bet you’re going to love this movie as well. The movie stars Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann, Anders Holm, and Damon Wayans. It is rated R.