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Top 5 Redbox DVDs: The Vow tops list

Jenna Milly is a screenwriter. She co-created the TBS microseries "Gillian in Georgia." She earned her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Georgia and a M.F.A. in Screenwriting from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television. Sh...

Forget-me-never

Call the girls, get the chard and have a night in front of Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams as they work out their romantic woes in The Vow, our number one pick for rental this week.

The Vow

No. 1 -- The Vow

The Valentine’s Day hit that took critics and audiences by surprise is the story of one woman who can’t remember why she married her husband. Literally, she can’t remember why, no matter how sweet, cute and emotionally available he is. It’s heartbreaking, a must-rent for anyone who adores the idea of falling in love.

Rotten Tomatoes: 29% splat

Movie review: Channing and Rachel wow in The Vow >>

No. 2 -- Underworld: Awakening

Kate Beckinsale plays the sexy vamp who knows how to get the job done. Guns out, she hits the streets in search of the bad guy, when all we can do is wonder how she got into that tight leather outfit. Fun for guys and gals!

Rotten Tomatoes: 29% splat

Movie review: Kate still hot in fangs >> 

No. 3 -- Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie

If you like their show, you’ll love their movie. Wacky, insane and totally out there, this group of comedians brings audiences their idea of what a billion dollar movie should be -- explosions, cheap gags and lots of fun.

Rotten Tomatoes: 38% splat

No. 4 -- The Queen of Hearts

The quirky French movie about getting over someone brings a girl with a broken heart the solution to moving on -- having sex with someone else. Funny, sexy and a little bit out there, this one makes a great indie rental.

Rotten Tomatoes: no ranking yet

No. 5 -- Mother’s Day

For those of you who have a sick sense of humor, the horror film Mother’s Day should bring you great delight (you never know, not everyone likes roses and chocolate!). After robbing a bank, a group of brothers return home to find their mother has turned her back on them. The film stars Jaime King, Patrick Flueger and Shawn Ashmore.

Rotten Tomatoes: 47% splat

Photo credit: Spyglass Entertainment
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