Gosling And Clooney,
A Dynamic Duo

With awards season fully under way, great stories and even better acting are at your rental fingertips. Check out Hollywood's handsome duo George Clooney and Ryan Gosling in The Ides of March, our number one pick for this week's hottest DVD/Blu-ray/Redbox movie.

The Ides of March

No. 1 -- The Ides of March

Exciting plot twists, superb acting and gorgeous men. The Ides of March serves up a political thriller of the highest quality. Directed by George Clooney, the film stars Ryan Gosling, Paul Giamatti, Evan Rachel Wood and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Rotten Tomatoes: 85%

Movie review: George Clooney pulls the strings in The Ides of March >>

No. 2 -- Dirty Girl

Juno Temple stars in this coming-of-age dramedy about a teenage girl who goes in search of her father. The quirky look at the girl in high school that everyone hated brings clarity to a popular stereotype in Dirty Girl.

Rotten Tomatoes: 25% 

Movie review: Juno Temple is Dirty Girl >>

No. 3 -- Abduction

Twilight front man Taylor Lautner tries his hand at this exciting action-thriller, Abduction, about a teenager who discovers his parents aren't who they say they are. This nail-biting action movie also stars Lily Collins and Sigourney Weaver.

Rotten Tomatoes: 4%

Movie review: Will Abduction steal your heart? >>

No. 4 -- Killing Bono

Based on the memoir Killing Bono: I Was Bono's Doppelgänger by Neil McCormick, Killing Bono looks at U2's high school competition and how these two blokes tried to become as famous as their friends. Unfortunately, their band never grew into what U2 would soon become.

Rotten Tomatoes: 55% 

No. 5 -- Dead Poets Society

This classic drama starring Robin Williams is released again on Blu-ray. The coming-of-age period piece about carpe diem is worth a second look. The film also stars Robert Sean Leonard and Ethan Hawke.

Rotten Tomatoes: 87%

Photo credit: Sony Pictures

Tags: dirty girl ides of march

Recommended for you

Comments

Comments on "Top 5 new Redbox DVDs: The Ides of March wins hearts"

Nick Esquer January 26, 2012 | 9:14 AM

Would have been nice to see "Ides" get more Oscar attention. Gosling killed it, but wasn't strong enough to keep the fire going. Maybe a later release date would have better served this solid film. That's all I got. No need to talk about the other movies above. Literally no point.

+ Add Comment


(required - not published)