Fri 29 Sep 2017, 11:57
The perfect way to spend a the rainy weekend is to have a movie marathon thanks to BoxOffice.
The thunderstorms are coming raining a damper on everyone's plans, but that doesn't mean you have to be bored: have a movie marathon!
Here's what you can rent and watch this weekend on BoxOffice.
Starring: Chris Pine, Gal Gadot and Robin Wright
Wonder Woman is now available to watch on BoxOffice.
The story of Ray Kroc, a salesman who turned two brothers' innovative fast food eatery, McDonald's, into one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the world with a combination of ambition, persistence and ruthlessness.
Starring: John Carroll Lynch, Michael Keaton and Nick Offerman
The Founder is now available to watch on BoxOffice.
A touching drama about love, family and tough decisions, driven by a charming cast. An uncle who is raising his niece after his sister’s death is drawn into a vicious custody battle with his mother over the gifted child.
Starring: Chris Evans, Lindsay Duncan and Mckenna Grace
A canine adventure filled with bravery and friendship. When a family go on holiday their pet finds himself in a dog prison. He must find the courage to find a way for himself and his new friends to escape
Starring: Guillermo Romero, Dani Rovira and José Mota
Empires fall but love survives in this riveting drama set against the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide. Follow a love triangle between a woman, a medical student, and an American journalist during the fall of the Ottoman Empire.
Starring: Charlotte Le Bon, Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac
The Promise is now available to rent on BoxOffice.
Message from the King
A mysterious outsider named Jacob King from South Africa arrives in Los Angeles to avenge his younger sister's death.
Starring: Luke Evans, Teresa Palmer and Tom Felton
Message from the King is now available to rent on BoxOffice.
It's Going to be a Long Night
A security guard protects a woman who is being targeted by a gang for participating as a trial witness.
Starring: Antonio Banderas, Ben Kingsley, Liam McIntyre
It's Going to be a Long Night is now available to rent on BoxOffice.
With so many new releases, you won't be bored! Getting rent today to beat the rain fade.