Ready to stomp your feet old school style this weekend? Julianne Hough and Kenny Wormald bring on the heat in the electric remake of Footloose, which nabs our number one spot for this week’s best new top 5 Redbox/DVD/Blu-ray releases.
No. 1 — Footloose
Ready to stomp your feet old school style this weekend? The new Footloose brings new cast and new energy to a timeless story — small town girl falls for city guy and her father hates the idea. Dancing With the Stars hottie Julianne Hough breaks hearts and dance floors with her reprisal of Ariel, the girl who loves the wrong side of the track.
Rotten Tomatoes: 70% fresh
Movie review: Will the new Footloose give you something to dance about? >>
No. 2 — Like Crazy
Fall in love all over again like it’s the first time with this sweet, yet steamy romance between two young co-eds. When the girl is forced to move back to London because her visa is up, this California guy does whatever it takes to keep the woman of his dreams in his life.
Rotten Tomatoes: 74% fresh
Movie review: Being Like Crazy feels insanely good >>
No. 3 — Immortals
Action, romance and shirtless Henry Cavill, who could ask for anything more? In this mythological action film, a war among men leads armies into action and women into peril. Who’s there to save them all? Our bronzed hero. Thank you, action film! Cavill looks mighty good.
Rotten Tomatoes: 37% splat
No. 4 — Jack and Jill
Two Adam Sandler’s are better than one. That’s what we always say. In this funny, light-hearted twinsy comedy, Sandler v. Sandler in a movie about loving your family, even when they drive you crazy (and look like you!).
Rotten Tomatoes: 3% splat
Movie review: Sandler is double trouble in twin comedy >>
No. 5 — The Skin I Live In
Antonio Banderas plays a successful plastic surgeon who develops a new technique to make human skin. Seems like it might help people, especially those suffering from burns or other skin related issues. When it turns out the skin also works as a shield, Banderas has to decide how far he will go to perfect and protect his valuable new invention.
Rotten Tomatoes: 80% fresh