Drive Still Parked in First Place at Redbox 

Ryan Gosling drama remains first DVD pick for Boiseans.

Boiseans can't seem to get enough of Drive. The action-packed thriller held on to the Treasure Valley's No. 1 spot among Redbox rentals for the week ending Feb. 12. With only one Oscar nomination (for film editing), some might argue the film got snubbed by the Motion Picture Academy, but rental fans apparently like to watch Ryan Gosling behind the wheel as an expert high-speed stuntman.

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Another Boise fan favorite is the futuristic Real Steel, starring Hugh Jackman and newcomer Dakota Goyo, along with more than a few robots.

The romantic comedy What's Your Number, starring Anna Faris, took the No. 3 slot, with Killer Elite and Contagion rounding out the Top 5 rentals at Redbox's movie-in-a-box kiosks.

Completing the Top 10 were newly released The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I, 50/50, Moneyball, The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption and Dolphin Tale.

If you're just catching up to the Twilight Saga, no worries. You can also grab the first two parts of the series--New Moon and Eclipse--at Redbox.

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