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This week’s top five DVD/Blu-ray/Redbox report is full of romantic comedies -- finally! Stay home this weekend and hit the couch with Paul Rudd, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Segel, Drew Barrymore, John Krasinski and many more.


No 1 -- Wanderlust

Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd team up for the movie about a married couple in a terrible rut. When these two would-be love birds decide to go off the beaten path, things get wild, hallucinogenic and totally weird.

Rotten Tomatoes: 60% fresh

Movie review: Jennifer Aniston makes one hot hippie chick >>

No. 2 -- Big Miracle

The story of a whale lover and an ambitious reporter fighting to save the lives of three grey whales off the coast of Alaska is one of love, compassion and a whole lot of heart. Starring Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski, this is one big fish tale you can’t miss.

Rotten Tomatoes: 74% fresh

Movie review: An ocean of inspiration in Big Miracle >>

No. 3 -- Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Jason Segel plays Jeff, a guy who lives in his mom’s basement. Convinced the gods of fate have his life all planned out, he soon becomes a shoulder to cry on for his brother who’s going through a separation with his wife.

Rotten Tomatoes: 78% fresh

Movie review: Brother from a hover-mother >> 

No. 4 -- Seeking Justice

Nicolas Cage and January Jones star in this revenge thriller about a man who will stop at nothing to get back at those who hurt the woman he loves.

Rotten Tomatoes: 25% splat

Movie review: Cage is in rage in Seeking Justice >>

No. 5 -- Project X

The latest in the found-footage trend, Project X, is about a group of teenagers who plan to have the craziest night of their lives. What they soon discover is that getting everything you want isn't as fun as it seems.

Rotten Tomatoes: 26% splat

Photo credit: Universal Pictures

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Comments on "Top five Redbox DVDs: We heart rom-coms"

Dyana July 11, 2012 | 10:57 AM

There's a climb in Vancouver called the Grouse Grind (and anhtoer that we did this weekend called the Squamish Chief) and when I do it, I look at my feet the whole time! Partly for concentration, partly because it's slippery rocks, vines, and lots of little obstacles. But don't forget to look up every now and then, otherwise you might get lost! We went off the trail a few times yesterday!! Whoops! It's a good metaphor though, to focus on what you're doing and now always fixating on the future and what could be. And good luck with the wedding fitness I'm in the same boat ;) 12 weeks until our wedding!

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