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Redbox Code 11.03.08

Today’s free code for a Redbox movie is 67JFP8. This code is good for one free movie and you can use it until midnight tonight. Enjoy a free family movie together!

Side Notes:

- If you want to rent more than one movie for free, bring more than one credit/debit card. You can use the same promotional code, you just will need different cards to charge it to. The charge will be zero as long as you return your movie on time for the next day.

- When entering in your free movie code, you need to enter it FIRST before picking the movie. On the very first screen, click the, “Rent with Promo.” Enter in the above code and then make your selection- the amount should then total zero.

Here is an updated list of new releases:

Journey to the Center of the Earth
Further establishing himself as a great-but-goofy sci-fi leading man, Brendan Fraser stars in this huge adventure about a professor whose search for his missing brother takes him – you guessed it – to the earth’s core. Josh Hutcherson and Anita Brium co-star.

Tinker Bell
Dripping with sweetness and loaded with positive messages, this animated Disney feature catches up with Tinker Bell in her magical home of Pixie Hollow. When Tinker (voiced by Mae Whitman) decides she wants to be someone else, it’s her close friends who show her that being true to yourself is the key to happiness.

Kit Kittredge: An American Girl
Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine herself) stars in this lovable family film based on the wildly popular American Girl doll line. She’s a young girl growing up in Great Depression era Ohio with one huge dream: to write a story for the local paper. Julia Ormond, Chris O’Donnell and Jane Krakowski also star.

The Incredible Hulk
The bar has been raised for superhero flicks this year, and the Hulk delivers! Edward Norton plays the DC Comics hero who, following a bizarre laboratory accident, starts experiencing the darndest of all side-effects: turning huge, turning green and being hunted by fearful authorities.

The Strangers
The masks are scary, but the motives are even scarier. Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman play a young couple who go to a remote cabin for the weekend, and find themselves, with no way out, stalked by three people wearing burlap masks. Why? Just for the sake of random terror.

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Ben Stein puts his deadpan delivery and ginormous IQ to work in this intriguing documentary. With cameras rolling, Stein goes in search of teachers, elected officials and others who support the Intelligent Design theory to ask them about their beliefs.

Published November 03, 2008 by:

Amy Clark

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