Must-see DVDs: The Lorax is No. 1
The must-see movie about the boy who saves the trees, The Lorax, is the SheKnows number one pick for rentals this weekend.
No. 1 – The Lorax
The reboot to the popular Dr. Seuss environmental story about saving the trees, The Lorax, was a huge hit at the box office. This grumpy little orange fellow is very serious about his trees. Voiced by Danny DeVito, Ed Helms and Zac Efron, this musical comedy brings a whole new cast of characters to life.
Rotten Tomatoes: 54% splat
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No. 2 – Bel Ami
Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman star in this period drama about a young man’s rise to power in Paris in the 19th Century. Love, obsession and corruption make this an intense journey. And all you RPattz fans will get quite the dose of this hot English actor.
Rotten Tomatoes: 28% splat
No. 3 – Marley
Imagine you’re on a beach jamming with the master of reggae himself – Bob Marley – in this musical documentary about the beloved singer. Interviews, memories and jams make this a must-rent if you're a fan. The film boasts never-before-seen video of the famed singer and new tracks.
Rotten Tomatoes: 95% fresh
No. 4 – Blue Like Jazz
Blue Like Jazz is a dramedy about a college kid from Texas who movies to the Pacific Northwest. When all the rules he learned in the Bible Belt get called into question, things start to get interesting in this coming-of-age film.
Rotten Tomatoes: 43% splat