If you didn’t see it in the theaters, it’s time to cancel all plans for the weekend and invite the gals over, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I is on DVD.
No. 1 — The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I
The much-awaited fourth installment of the best-selling-book-turned-blockbuster-hit Twilight hit Redbox and DVD stands officially Saturday morning, creating quite the rush at select Walmarts and Targets that stayed open late to give fans a chance at first dibs. The sweeping romance of human girl and vampire culminates in this episode when Bella and Edward get married, Bella gets pregnant and the baby vampire struggles to stay alive inside a human mom.
Rotten Tomatoes: 25% splat
Movie review: Bella goes eyes wide red >>
No. 2 — Anonymous
Starring Vanessa Redgrave and Rhys Ifans, Anonymous is the dark story of the centuries-old question… who really wrote the works of William Shakespeare? This tense thriller attempts to unlock a few mysterious about the greatest writer of all time.
Rotten Tomatoes: 47% splat
No. 3 — The Rebound
Catherine Zeta-Jones plays a hot divorcee who must hire adorable Justin Bartha to be her man-nanny. You can only imagine what happens next in this cute romantic comedy that teaches women how to get over a failed marriage — find someone younger!
Rotten Tomatoes: 45% splat
No. 4 — Fireflies in the Garden
With an all-star cast like Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds, Willem Dafoe, Emily Watson and Carrie-Anne Moss, Fireflies in the Garden is an emotional drama about a dysfunctional family. When tragedy strikes, the family must learn how to live with each other and heal wounds.
Rotten Tomatoes: 21% splat
No. 5 — A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
It’s the 3D-quel you’ve been waiting for — Harold & Kumar do the holidays. This time, our two favorite politically incorrect BFFs get into even more hilarious trouble than before (were you expecting anything less…?) Just a few of their wacky endeavors include shooting Santa Claus, meeting Jesus Christ and assaulting just about every person who comes within a five mile radius of their misunderstood antics.
Rotten Tomatoes: 69% fresh