Kick off the weekend with Movies On Us
Last chance to watch for free
Whether you’re getting ready to go out or staying in for the night, there’s nothing like kicking off the weekend with something free. So check out these free movies on Movies On Us before they’re gone on Monday.
The Pianist: Even the sounds of war can’t drown out the sounds of music. Watch this true-life story of brilliant pianist and composer, Wladyslaw Szpilman, and his story of survival during WWII.
50/50: Joseph Gordon-Levitt has a 50/50 chance of beating cancer, but laughs are guaranteed in this touching dramedy that also stars Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick.
Set Up: It stars Fifty Cent, but you can watch it for free. Get caught up in this double-crossing crime drama that pits street-smarts against raw greed.
Bull Durham: A baseball movie that isn’t about baseball, but is still the Sports Illustrated Greatest Sports Movie of All Time. And that ain’t no bull.
Not in the mood for any of these? No worries! That’s the beauty of Movies On Us, there are thousands of other free movies to choose from. So no matter your mood, we’ve got a genre and some free movies for you.
We’ve even got a ton of movies that you won’t find on Netflix, just in case you’ve binged all you can binge there.
So check out our other collections like Characters to Root For, Ride or Die, Family Jams, and more – and enjoy some free movies on us!
Plus, new to rent and Corey Feldman
Take me home tonight
He’s no Eddie Money, but Christian Grey definitely has a lot of money (and a very particular set of skills).
Don’t miss the climax of the Fifty Shades trilogy and get Fifty Shades Freed in up to 4K – because you’re not going to want to miss any of the details. Or get an extra thrill with an Unrated version that brings new threats to life that could jeopardize Christian and Ana’s happy ending.
And if you haven’t experienced the phenomenon that is Fifty Shades, you can even get all three movies tied up neatly with the Fifty Shades 3-Movie Bundle (Unrated).
New to Rent
Get your marmalade stained paws on Paddington 2, now available for rent. The bear, his blue rain slicker, and his never-ending ability to get into trouble are back, and they’ve got a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
And while the kids are paling it up with Paddington, you can watch Gerard Butler and his crew of rag-tag cops take on O’Shea Jackson Jr and 50 Cent in Den of Thieves, or Christian Bale square off against Comanche’s in Hostiles.
Corey, comebacks, and cross-dressing
Corey Feldman makes his way back to the big screen after a decade-long hiatus in Corbin Nash. Part vampire movie, part action movie, part potential cult favorite, this movie has a lot going on and a lot of prominent names attached to it – including Malcolm McDowell, Rutger Hauer, Bruce Davison, and MMA fighter Dean Jagger.
And apparently, so do you
Today is the last day to get the original mischievous bunny, Peter Rabbit, for 25% off (SD and HDX). See, like Peter, we’ve got tricks up our sleeve too. And we’ve got 200 more tricks for you to dig up at 25% off if you hop on over our Family Sale before it ends tonight. So, channel the hare and not the tortoise, and jump to it.
This Peter Rabbit isn’t the garden variety Beatrix Potter bunny of 1902. This is a modern, 21st century rabbit with updated the tricks and antics, and he uses them hilariously to get into Old Mr. McGregor’s garden.
But it seems he isn’t the only one employing a bit of creativity to get his way. Based on a recent survey of 2,000 parents, it’s come to our attention that a little more than half of you seem to employ tricks of your own to get kids to behave – several a day in fact. (We see how it is…)
So have some fun and check out a few results from our survey before you check out Peter Rabbit. (Don’t worry, 95% of parents surveyed let their child watch movies & TV to get a break for themselves, so you’re not alone.)
Then gather the family around the home theater and perk your floppy ears up for the vocal antics of James Corden (Carpool Karaoke for the win!), Domhnall Gleeson, Sia, Margot Robbie, Daisy Ridley, Rose Byrne, Elizabeth Debicki, and more.