Foxtel Play Weekly Wrap | 18 September

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What’s worth watching and what’s leaving this week on Foxtel Play?

These are finder.com.au’s top viewing picks for the week on Foxtel Play (now known as Foxtel Now). The titles listed below are worth your attention and they're all expiring soon – so be sure to catch them while you still can!

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What's new on Foxtel Play this week?

Title
GenreDescription
NEON (30)DramaDwayne "The Rock" Johnson stars as a retired NFL star looking to start a new career as a financial manager to Miami football players. Think: Entourage on steroids.
NEON (33)Drama/ThrillerLou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) is an aspiring reporter with increasingly dodgy morals. He's also creepy as hell. This movie throws into question the ethics of chasing a story about human tragedy.
NEON (32)Sport2015's Rugby World Cup is hosted by England and begins on 18 September. Catch up on each match days after airing on Foxtel Play.
NEON (31)FamilyBased on the popular kids' book, this is the family-friendly story of Alex. Starting with gum stuck in his hair, Alexander's day gets worse and worse as one disaster follows another.

What's leaving Foxtel Play this week?

Title

Genre
DescriptionExpires on
NEON (35)DramaAfter Jasmine's marriage to a well-to-do businessman collapses, she moves in with her romantically conflicted sister. One of Woody Allen's later films, Blue Jasmine blends the three things Allen loves most: romance, comedy and tragedy.September 21 2015
NEON (34)Drama/Sci-fiAn incredibly touching story about a lonely writer finding a superbly bizarre kind of romance. This was by far the best movie of last year and one that will have you questioning the very notion of love.September 22 2015
NEON (36)Drama/RomanceYet another romance-centric flick to leave Foxtel Play this month, Enough Said is about two divorcees who, despite their differences, have an undeniable spark. This was the magnificent Gandolfini's very last film and it's well worth watching.September 25 2015

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