Snow predictions have officially derailed my weekend plans. I'm cancelling my Friday night dinner reservations and pulling out my adult coloring book (#firstworldproblems). And, yes, I'll be picking up milk and break (or what's left of it at the grocery store) like a good American. For Saturday, I'll also need a solid supply of popcorn and peanut M&M's for proper movie marathoning. Maybe I'll finally watch Netflix's "Making a Murderer" in its entirety. It might be a good idea to stop by the Redbox on the way home, too.
Here are Redbox’s top DVD rentals in the past 30 days:
"Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation," PG-13
Tom Cruise stars in this film about a team facing off against a network of special agents.
America’s favorite female Amy Schumer plays a woman who can’t commit to a relationship. That all goes wrong, of course, when she meets a charming guy who seems to really like her.
FBI agent Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) becomes part of a team to fight the war against drugs between the U.S. and Mexico border.
He might be small, but he’s mighty. Dr. Hank Pym and Scott Lang work together on a heist to save the world (because that's what happens in superhero movies).
"Perfect Guy," PG-13
Lobbyist Leah Vaughn starts a steamy relationship with a stranger after a painful breakup. When her ex becomes part of her life again, she isn’t sure who to trust.
It’s the story of a 12-year-old orphan boy finding his way to Neverland.
Kevin the Minion comes up with a plan to find a new boss for his friends. He forms a trio to embark on a journey to New York City to save Minionkind.
"War Room," PG
While Tony and Elizabeth Jordan appear to have it all, their marriage is crumbling and their daughter is suffering. Elizabeth learns how to fight for her family by leaning on God.