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n. 1. A person who frequently rents movies and keeps updated on all new releases. 2. A person obsessed with renting movies.

(red boxing) v. 1.A syndrome that is associated with becoming obsessed to rent movies. 2. Can be used to describe a way of life.

Derived from the Red Box movie machine, where movies are one dollar a night. Can also be used to describe any type of movie watcher (net flicks user, block buster goer)

Most red boxers go to a Red Box located in a grocery store where they can have the excuse to shop and stop at the red box on they're way out.
Red Boxers know to reserve movies online in order to make a quick get away.
Person 1: Man, that chick is always renting movies, she is here just about every day.
Person 2. Oh yeah, she's what we call a red boxer. Check it out, she reserves them online.
by mhs 2009 Graduate July 14, 2009
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A phrase used to describe a movie that looks mildly entertaining and whatchable, but not worth a $10+ movie ticket. The movie instead will be watched via a Red Box $1 movie rental. Thus ensuring you still get to view said production in a relatively timely manner, but at a cost that is commensurate with your expectations.
M. Night Shyamalan has disappointed me since Sixth Sense, his movies are now Red Boxers.
by bmmac27 July 22, 2010
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