- ‘J. Edgar’ (2011): Acclaimed actor Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Academy Award-winning director Clint Eastwood’s richly detailed biopic exploring the life and career of controversial FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.
- ‘50/50’ (2011): Written by Will Reiser who based the film on his own experiences fighting cancer, Jonathan Levine’s poignant comedy 50/50 stars Joseph Gordonn-Levitt as Adam, a 27-year old public radio employee who discovers he has cancer. The movie chronicles his struggles while battling this life threatening disease.
- ‘Warrior’ (2011): Two Estranged Brothers and Mixed Martial Arts fighters confront the forces that tore their family apart as they prepare to do battle in the ring in this drama from director Gavin O’Connor.
- ‘Money Ball’ (2011): Bennett Miller’s adaptation of Michael Lewis’ non-fiction best seller Moneyball stars Brad Pitt as Billy Beane, a one-time phenom who flamed out in the big leagues and now works as the GM for the Oakland Athletics, a franchise that’s about to lose their three biggest players to free agency. He radically changes the game from this point on.
Posted on February 29, 2012
Surprise, Surprise another big change is coming from Netflix. They are turning their primarily Movie streaming service into a streaming geared more towards Television shows. TV series now account for more than half of all Netflix viewing. This Wednesday the classic titles that we all love so much will be wiped from your service. The classic movies such as ‘Toy Story 3’, ‘Scarface’, ‘Tron’, ‘Tangled’ and a ‘Christmas Carol’ and other entertaining films will be gone from the Netflix library. There are now trying to direct their programming more towards their TV episodes. Why would you want to get rid of some of your favorite movie titles? Blockbuster @ Home allows you to have the best of both worlds. Blockbuster @Home and their partnership with DISH Network allow subscribers the ability to enjoy their favorite satellite TV programming as well as access to thousands of DVD and Movie Titles. With packages starting at $19.99/mo for 24 mo. why wouldn’t you make the switch from Netflix to Blockbuster? Here are some of the new releases that you can take advantage of with Blockbuster @Home: