By: Jennifer Ochieng | Fri 09 Oct 2015, 10:36
Rent these blockbusters for only and watch them at the comfort of your couch.
Ready for the BoxOffice experience, check out the movies we have in store for you. We promise, they will be worth your every penny.
1. Avengers: Age of Ultron
There isn't a better way to start your movie experience than renting this superhero flick that comes loaded with so many Marvel superheroes, it's almost impossible to pick a favourite. You get to see them put their superpowers together to stop the villainous Ultron from destroying our precious planet. Another interesting bit of the movie is the tension between Captain America and Iron Man that conveniently sets the stage for an upcoming superhero movie - Captain America: Civil War. Boy, superheroes can never catch a break. If you are a fan of The Blacklist, rent Avengers to see James Spader (Reddington) as Ultron.
2. Mad Max: Fury Road
Post-apocalyptic action can be gory and over-the-top, and Mad Max doesn't disappoint. There is a lot of sand, a lot of sun and a lot of road rage. Tom Hardy as Max is a man of few words but of more stamina for head-on collisions. Enter Furiosa (Charlize Theron), a “rogue warrior” who seems to be powered by surplus fuel in her veins. There is no law here, no order, no mercy, and certainly no hope. As Furiosa says it, "Out here, everything hurts...Now pick up what you can and run." Rent it now on BoxOffice and stand a chance to win a gift hamper with the following: -PS4 Console
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3. Pitch Perfect 2
To cool off from the action, rent this comedy that can also teach you a thing or two about belting in the shower. When Rebel Wilson and Anna Kendrick team up, you know things are about to get competitive, hilarious and maybe just a little cray-cray. And with Rebel's one-liners, there is nothing more you need.
4. The Age of Adaline
Immortality is such an illusion, unless you are Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively), a woman who has been 29 years old for almost eight decades. She's been running all her life; from people, from herself and from love too. Until she meets Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman, Game of Thrones) who, ironically enough, is the son of her former love from several years ago. Rent this epic romantic tale now on BoxOffice.
5. The Guest
Hey thriller fans, there is something for you on BoxOffice too. A former soldier (played by Dan Stevens from Downton Abbey) visits a grieving family but he brings more than just his sympathy when mysterious deaths start occuring. A word of advice: some guests are better left outside. Ready to get a little spooked, rent The Guest now on BoxOffice.
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