Did you know that the new Charlize Theron/Seth Rogen movie Long Shot is getting great reviews? You can read some of those HERE but Brian Tallerico from RobertEbert.com called it, “A rom-com with a political edge that will be one of this year’s most beloved crowdpleasers.” Yes, Long Shot is getting solid reviews despite that fact that my husband openly laughed at it when we saw the ad on TV. I guess the idea of Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen coupling up was simply too much for him, but my teenaged daughter jumped into the mix and said, “What? Seth Rogen is hawt.” While pondering that statement, why don’t you grab passes to see Long Shot EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I give away Free Movie Passes on this website all the time, but these are special. First of all, these passes are to see Tolkien, which studies young J.R.R. Tolkien’s youth and how it influenced his later work. It stars Nicholas Hoult as the author in the years leading to WWI, when he created Middle Earth. These passes are also different because it’s a special May 7th promotional screening of Tolkien, so your seats are reserved. You won’t have to wait in line for this one and you’ll also be treated to a live Q&A with the film’s stars, moderated by Tolkien super-fan, Stephen Colbert. Continue reading →
Teen Spirit stars Elle Fanning as a small-town girl with big dreams of stardom.
It is NOT, as you might have expected, a documentary about Nirvana.
I can still hook you up with passes to see Teen Spirit EARLY and FOR FREE though. Just send a request for passes to TeenSpiritDFW@moroch.com, then watch the trailer below.
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You might not know this, but I do a podcast called Haunted AF with Rebekah Black when I’m not covering movies (you can listen to it HERE). We have people on to tell ghost-stories and just last week, Hawkeye from KSCS and Travel with Hawkeye was on, telling us about The Curse of La Llorona. It’s a story that the people of San Antonio have told their children for generations, but it’s actually been made into a feature-length film starring Linda Cardellini. That’s why I was especially excited about these passes to see The Curse of La Llorona EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
The first movie I ever attempted with my daughter was March of the Penguins. It was late in the summer of 2005 and only a few months past her first birthday, which is honestly WAY too early for a darkened a theater. It was playing at a Crybaby Matinee though, so I wasn’t worried about offending the other bored mommies who just needed time out of the house. I think Morgan Freeman’s narration scared her, because she started to wail just moments after he began talking. She also started to kick her tiny feet in the theater seat, which caused Emma’s light-up tennis shoes to flash like a disco ball. I snatched her up and ran out, and to this day have no idea how things ended for those penguins.
We’d probably have better luck with Disneynature‘s Penguins, because it’s a light-hearted approach to penguin-life. This one follows the adventures of Steve, an Adélie penguin who searches for love in the Antarctic. It’s like a feature-length version of those penguin videos you watched a million times on Facebook, which is why I feel certain you’ll want to see Penguins EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →
The latest from Laika Studios (Coraline, Kubo and the Two Strings) takes us to the Pacific Northwest, where the furry but well-spoken “Mr. Link” (Zack Galifianakis) has grown tired of living in the wilderness alone. He enlists the help of an explorer, “Sir Lionel Frost” (Hugh Jackman) to help find his long-lost family, which starts them on a life-changing adventure. Missing Link doesn’t open in theaters until April 12th, but I’ve got passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
The Best of Enemies is about a civil rights activist and Ku Klux Klan leader in the 1970’s, who worked together on a summit about desegregation. A relationship grew between them, through their battles and debates, that changed both of their lives forever. Want to know the really cool part? The Best of Enemies is based on a true story! It stars Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell and won’t hit theaters until April 5th, but I have passes to see The Best of Enemies EARLY and FOR FREE all over Texas! Continue reading →
If you aren’t excited about Shazam! you probably just haven’t seen any of the glowing reviews that it’s getting. You can read some of those HERE but my favorite line comes from Benjamin Lee of The Guardian. Read his whole review HERE but the best part is when he says Shazam!, “plays like a cross between Big and Superman.” Sounds good to me! So who wants to see Shazam! EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I absolutely loved Stephen King’s Pet Sematary when I first read it, and I was equally disappointed in the film when it came out in 1989. You’d think that the sting of that disappointment would squash my excitement over the new Pet Sematary, but you’d be wrong. The first one was so BAD, the revamp can’t help but be better. Shining reviews of the 2019 Pet Sematary are already pouring in, but instead of reading those, why don’t you go see it EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
A based-on-actual-events story of faith is heading to theaters just in time for Easter. Breakthrough stars Chrissy Metz and Josh Lucas as parents whose child falls into a frozen lake while ice-skating (NBA superstar Stephen Curry is also it’s Executive Producer!). Breakthrough opens in theaters April 17th but I have passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE all over Texas! Continue reading →