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Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)

PG-13 Comedy, Drama
Florence Foster Jenkins DVD and Blu-ray release date was December 13, 2016. Florence Foster Jenkins Netflix rental release date is December 13, 2016 and Redbox release date is December 13, 2016.
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AmazonDecember 13, 2016Dec 13, 2016 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoNovember 29, 2016Nov 29, 2016
iTunes
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Digital HDNovember 29, 2016Nov 29, 2016
Redbox
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DVD rentalDecember 13, 2016Dec 13, 2016
Netflix
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DVD rentalDecember 13, 2016Dec 13, 2016
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg
Director: Stephen Frears
Writer: Nicholas Martin, Julia Kogan
In Theaters: August 12, 2016
Runtime: 111 min
Gross: $27.4 mil            6.8
Florence Foster Jenkins is a wealthy yet naive heiress. Despite her horrible singing voice and lackluster performance abilities, Florence has a dream of becoming a famous opera singer. Though critics point out that she has no rhythm, tone, singing ability, or pitch, she achieves her dream. Her ability to sing despite her lack of talent may be somewhat credited to her excessive amounts of money, but there is no denying that her forceful and charismatic personality is also responsible. This amateur soprano singer was treated like a joke, yet she is ultimately able to find the fame that she craves.
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