The highly anticipated comedy Irresistible is finally here to spark up your summer, and you can rent it today through Theater at Home. The film tells the story of a Democratic political consultant who guides a retired colonel in running for mayor in a small town. The star-studded cast includes the hilarious Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, Natasha Lyonne and many more familiar faces. It’s also worth noting that Jon Stewart, the expert of pointing out the ridiculousness of politics, wrote and directed the film too. What more could you ask for? This is definitely one you won’t want to miss.
Run With the Hunted
Run With the Hunted is a drama that takes a hard look at disenfranchised youth. The story centers on a young boy, Oscar, who kills his friend Loux’s abusive father to protect her, forcing him to run away. Many years later, their lives have lead them down some very different paths, and Loux is determined to find the boy who saved her. But what will happen when they face the reality of their actions?
Force of Nature
An epic storm of events takes over in Force of Nature. The film follows a gang of criminals who are planning a big heist in the middle of an epic hurricane. But things get even more amped up when a cop tries to evacuate everyone from the building in the middle of their plans. Watch it all unfold in this action-packed ride.
Resistance is a touching drama inspired by true events. Jesse Eisenberg stars as Marcel Marceau, the man who would eventually become France’s most famous mime. The film outlines Marcel’s origins and incredible character as he helps the French Resistance save children orphaned by the Holocaust. This may be an emotional journey fraught with danger, but it gives plenty of much needed hope too.
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Penny Dreadful: City of Angels
Take a trip back to the 1930’s in Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. Join detectives Tiago Vega and Lewis Michener in solving the horrendous murder that rocked everyone to their core. And enjoy some cool vintage costumes and vibes while you’re at it too.
Re-visit Dave Chappelle’s sassy Rick James impressions, all the epic Charlie Murphy stories you crave, and the countless other legendary comedic moments in the Chappelle’s Show complete series bundle. Trust us, you’ll be glad you did. Yeah-yuh, okay!
Is there anything better than a family movie night? There’s the delicious snacks, all the comforts of home, and spending precious quality time with your favorite people. Now you can make family movie night even better with fun activities, creative recipes, coloring sheets, and more – all based on some of the best family films out there. So revisit some favorites, make all-new discoveries, and make your next family movie night extra special with all these great titles.
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Falling Down shows what happens when a day goes from bad to much worse. The movie stars the talented Michael Douglas in the role of a normally peaceful guy who’s lost his job and just wants to get to his daughter’s birthday party. But when all of his frustrations bubble to the surface in the middle of traffic, he explodes and goes on a violent rampage across LA, lashing out at every wrong – and annoying – thing he sees. This is one intense and surprisingly humorous journey you won’t want to miss.
Equilibrium tells a dire dystopian story with unique visionary style. The film takes place in a world where emotions are outlawed, which includes the ban of art, music, and literature. The talented Christian Bale stars as a police officer who enforces these harsh laws. But when he misses a dose of his emotion-blocking drug, his eyes open to see – and feel – things like never before. What will he do with his new-found reality?
The Prestige may be one of the most magical movies of all time. The film stars the amazing Christian Bale yet again alongside Hugh Jackman. The two start out as magicians who work shows together until a trick goes terribly awry, driving a huge wedge between them. What was once a partnership leads to a serious rivalry as they go further and further to sabotage each other. But what is the true cost of the most convincing illusion? Be sure not to blink while you watch the trickery unfold.
The truth is out there, and Charlie Sheen is out to find it in The Arrival. The film stars Charlie in the role of an astronomer who discovers an alien radio signal and gets fired as a result. He soon realizes there are many more hidden forces at work, so he sets to get to the bottom of the dark conspiracy before it’s too late. Do these aliens come in peace?