Catch Up on 9 of the Latest Movies

With all the craziness that is work, maintaining a social life, and a solid hour–if that–of relaxation, most often overlook the chance to see movies. Although many would like to, spending $12.50 for a movie ticket usually isn’t at the top of someone’s to-do list. When they do get the opportunity to see a movie, it seems they go blank on what they’ve been wanting to see.

Here’s what you’ve been missing: Check out these movies on Redbox or in theaters now:

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Her– It was only a matter of time that someone fell in love with a smart phone. Theodore, a lonely introvert, who specializes in handwriting letters, buys an operating system with artificial intelligence, who names herself Samantha. Theodore falls in love with her ability to learn. The movie tells the story of their love story, although Theodore’s companions in real life doubt the validity of that kind of relationship.

21 Jump Street– Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) are partners in the police force. Since they appear young, they are assigned to an undercover unit to bust a drug ring responsible for supplying high school students with synthetic drugs.

Catching Fire- The second installment of the Hunger Games trilogy, follow Peeta and Katniss as they do their mandatory victory tour. After winning the Hunger games, they are responsible for going to each district and giving a speech to the people of that district. Will Katniss be able to follow the orders given by President Snow, or will she create her own speeches, only further convincing Snow that she poses a threat of initiating an uprising? The victors must go back into the arena for the Quarter Quell, all of the victors must fight again, until their is only one winner of the Hunger Games.

Wolf of Wall Street– Leonardo DiCaprio plays a Long Island stockbroker who served 36 months in prison for defrauding investors in a massive security scam in 1990.

Anchorman 2– The legend of Ron Burgundy continues. Ron leaves San Diego for the Big Apple. After being fired when Veronica gets promoted, Ron gets hired at the first 24 hour news network. The team from San Diego reunites to help Ron with the news. The team’s first challenge: graveyard shift. Burgundy works tirelessly to transform the news, and make the graveyard shift the best on the air.

Walk of Shame– Elizabeth Banks plays a reporter who’s dream of becoming a full-time news anchor is compromised after a one-night stand. Having just broke up with her fiance, her friends convince her to go out to the bar. Taking it too far, she goes home with a guy on the opposite side of town. The next morning, she gets a call that the people from the news want to witness her on air to see if she will get the job. The obstacles she encounters to get there, while hilarious, is also relatable.

Adult World– Recent college graduate, and aspiring poet, Amy (Emma Roberts) takes a job at a local sex shop in order to earn a paycheck. While working, she is still seeking to get her poems published. She takes on an apprenticeship with a withdrawn writer, Rat Billings (John Cusack). Although Amy believes that she is destined for something greater than working at the sex shop, her relationship with co-worker, Alex (Evan Peters) slowly, but surely becomes a romantic one.

22 Jump Street– The boys are back! Having aged, and maybe matured a bit, this time around, Schmidt and Jenko are undercover at a local college.

The Fault in Our Stars– Based on the best selling book by John Green. Hazel and Augustus are two teenagers who share the same wit and disdain for the conventional. They meet and fall in love at a cancer support group.


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