Redbox New Releases October 2015

Redbox New Releases October 2015


This documentary is a tribute to the life of Amy Winehouse. The documentary tells of her story using unseen footage and unheard music tracks. Amy Winehouse was a six-time Grammy-winner who left us all too soon. She was a true talent and her story deserves to be heard. Amy Winehouse was truly one of a kind. In this documentary you will see Amy Winehouse (of course), Mitch Winehouse, Tony Bennett, Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi and more. It is rated R.

Jimmy’s Hall

This is a really cute but also powerful film about a dance hall in Ireland back in the 1920’s. The dance hall is full of free-spirited fun and dancing but it soon raises up controversy among more conservative sectors. The owner is forced to shut it down after things go awry. The owner returns a decade later to look after his mother when he and others begins to yearn for the dancehall yet again. Troubles abound as the owner attempts to revive a lost spirit. The movie stars Barry Ward, Simone Kirby, Andrew Scott, Brian F. O’Byrne, and Jim Norton. It is rated PG-13.

She’s Funny That Way

This movie was a great one with lots of spunk. It’s full of some great actors who come together for some fun filled entertainment.  It stars Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Will Forte, Rhys Ifans, and Jennifer Aniston to name a few. So Owen Wilson’s character comes to New York to direct a Broadway play when he decides to hook up with a call girl. He assumes he keep this little scandal from his wife but it becomes tricky when the girl shows up at his auditions. Things get even more twisted as different bizarre characters’ lives become more and more entangled together in the big city.  This movies is a must see of Redbox top new releases. It is rated R.

Inside Out

This one is for the kids. The movie is about our emotions that are personified as little colorful creatures living within our brains. The emotions must work together to get a young girl through her ups and downs of childhood. It is a unique, colorful story for the kids. The movie stars Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, and Richard Kind who do the voiceovers. It is rated PG.


If you liked the Entourage series, this is a must see. The character are all back to run the Hollywood business. They are as slick as ever and always entertaining. It’s worth watching just to get more of the popular series that ran for so long on HBO. The movie stars Adrien Grenier, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Debi Mazar, and Jerry Ferrara. It is rated R.

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