Hollywood Hit Movies Now Playing On Dish Cinema

Need some ideas on what you can do this weekend? Let Dish Cinema help keep you and your family entertained. With Hollywood hits you can watch from the comfort of your own couch, why would you ever want to go anywhere else? Even if you are leaving the house, DISH Network now gives you the option to take your “TV Everywhere.” With their personalized app you can entertain your family on the go, keep up with your favorite teams and catch up on TV shows and movies that are recorded on your DVR from anywhere. Here is a list of must see movies this weekend.
Ø Just Go With It’ (Available 6/7/2011): Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl Brooklyn Decker makes her big screen debut in this laugher staring comedy superstars Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. The film also features uproarious cameos by none other than Nicole Kidman, musician Dave Mathews and Brooklyn Decker’s real- life husband, tennis star Andy Rodick.
Ø Sanctum’ (Available 6/7/2011): To really provide viewers with the same experience as the characters the filmmakers used special 3D cameras developed by Executive Producer James Cameron when he filmed the movie ‘Avatar.’ Take a dive in to the deep end and rent ‘Sanctum’ you won’t be disappointed.
Ø Battle: LA’ (Available 6/28/2011): This movie is inspired by true-to-life UFO sightings, including one that occurred on the evening of February 24th, 1942. With America on alert after Pearl Harbor, the people were awakened by air raid sirens and anti-aircraft shells that were fired into the skies, but did no damage. The events have never fully been explained, but check out ‘Batte: LA’s’ description of what happened.
There are plenty of other movies that are set to air in the next few weeks, including: ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’, ‘Thor’, ‘Bridesmaids’, ‘X-Men: First Class’, ‘Super 8’, ‘Hanna’, ‘Win Win’, ‘Everything Must Go’ and ‘Bill Cunningham New York.’ To add Dish Cinema to your television lineup, visit us at Dish-Systems or call (888)566-3979. Have you seen any good movies lately? Which one is your favorite?