On Demand Today: Green Zone, Remember Me, She’s Out Of My League

by | June 22, 2010 at 5:16 PM | Comcast On Demand, The Movies

In a weird twist, three movies that opened opposite each other in theaters are doing the same when premiering on Comcast On Demand today. Twi-hards may need their Robert Pattinson fix by watching Remember Me, while others can get a politically-charged action thriller with Matt Damon in Green Zone. If you’d rather see a nerd date a hot girl, there’s always She’s Out Of My League, and there’s also The Good Guy if you want to watch a Gilmore Girl stuck in a love triangle. Take a closer look at all the titles below.

Green Zone
Matt Damon teams up with his Bourne Ultimatum director Paul Greengrass to tell a story about a warrant officer in Iraq determined to hunt down evidence of WMDs, only to find an elaborate cover-up with each new intelligence failure. Greg Kinnear is a CIA operative trying to pull strings, and Amy Ryan stars as an investigative journalist from the New York Times looking into the government’s claims.

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Remember Me
Robert Pattinson is a troubled young New Yorker at odds with his father (Pierce Brosnan) and living with a fairly jerky roommate (Tate Ellington) in the summer of 2001. When he spitefully starts dating the daughter (Emilie De Ravin) of an angry cop (Chris Cooper) who roughed him up, he’s surprised to find someone close to a soulmate in her.

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She’s Out Of My League
A dork (Jay Baruchel) who comes from friends obsessed with giving human beings number ratings to define their attractiveness is stunned to find himself dating a very attractive girl (Alice Eve), and he has to struggle to get over his inferiority complex.

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The Good Guy
Alexis Bledel stars as a New York girl who finds herself in the middle of a love triangle with an upwardly-mobile Wall Street worker (Scott Porter) and his bookish friend (Bryan Greenberg), who he’s incidentally been schooling in the ways of careerism and seduction.