RedBox New Releases: August 2014

RedBox New Releases: September 2014

Check out these August New Releases from Redbox. With just under 36,000 Redbox locations throughout the U.S, it’s likely you’ll find one of their video rental “vending machines” very close to whereever your rig ends up.  To find a retailer or even reserve a movie from your phone using their mobile app, visit www.redbox.com

Screen Shot 2014-08-01 at 2.11.33 PMHeaven Is For Real

When bright young Colton miraculously survives emergency surgery, his parents find themselves unprepared for the news he brings. As Colton speaks matter-of-factly about his journey to heaven and recounts events before his birth, his family decides to take a deeper look about the meaning behind his near-death experience. Based on a true story. Rated PG.

Average Rating: 3.5/5 Stars from 137 Reviews

RedBox Aug Release Rise of an Empire300: Rise of an Empire

Greek general Themistocles hopes to unite all of Greece as his troops battle invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and the vengeful naval commander Artemisia. Rated R.

Average Rating: 3/5 Stars from 148 Reviews

A Night in Old MexicoA Night In Old Mexico

Forced to give up his land and home, Texas rancher Red Bovie isn’t ready to quietly retire in a dismal trailer park so he hightails it to Mexico with his estranged grandson for one last adventure filled with guns, women and booze.

Average Rating: 3/5 Stars from 37 Reviews

Protector 2Protector 2

When Boss Suchart is murdered, all evidence points to Kham who is hunted down by the police and Suchart’s revengeful twin nieces. As Kham desperately attempts to find the boss’s elephant, who’s disappearance is linked to Suchart’s death, he’s drawn into an underground fighting ring run by LC, a crime lord who collects top-class martial artists from around the world. Rated R.

Average Rating: 3/5 Starts from 7 Reviews

ChavezCesar Chavez

Embracing non-violece and peace, Cesar Chavez fought greed and prejudice in his struggle for the rights of farm workers, inspiring million of Americans to not give up on social justice. His story demonstrates that with enough determination and courage, anyone can help change the world. Rated PG-13

Average Rating: 3/5 Stars from 10 Reviews