I’m sorry but Nocturnal Animals looks freaking incredible. It’s the latest from Director/Fashion Designer/Texas Native Tom Ford, and is based on the popular Austin Wright book Tony and Susan. Nocturnal Animals stars Amy Adams, as a woman whose ex-husband (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) writes a violent thriller that seems to be about her. She reads the manuscript when she finds out he’s coming to visit, which is when Nocturnal Animals becomes a movie within a movie. So, how’d you like to see it EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Is it hard to take your kids to the movies because they always want to jump out of their seats and sing along with characters onscreen? You’d love to take them to one of those interactive-flicks, but you can’t find one that’s suitable for littles? Well, Fathom Events has partnered with Disney Junior for their new series Mickey and the Roadster Racer. It’s a fully interactive event this Saturday, where kids get to dance and sing in the theatre with their favorite Disney Junior pals, like Mickey, Donald, and Goofy. You can find more information by clicking HERE, or just grab a Free 4-pack from ME! I’ll give them to the first TWO people who write their names and email addresses in the COMMENTS below. Have fun and don’t worry. No one will judge if YOU start singing and dancing, too!
My daughter has been asking for months, “Mom, when is Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them opening??? You’re taking us to that one, right?” It’s a ridiculous question because she knows I’m as excited to see it as she is. I also know that my daughters would stage a small but very shrill riot if I saw it with anyone but them.
I hope you’re pumped to see it too because I have free passes!!!
If YOU would like to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, click HERE to claim your passes, then go check your pantry. See, The North Texas Food Bank is sponsoring this screening and they want to provide a Fantastic Feast to a hungry family. That’s why they’re asking you to bring 3 canned goods to donate at the screening. They’ll give you a Fantastic Beasts goodie to say THANKS! So, grab your passes and then take a minute to watch the trailer with me. Is it weird that it gives me chills?
Arrival is already a front-runner for Best Picture and Best Director in this year’s Oscar race. Amy Adams is on the short-list of potential Best Leading Actress nominees as well, thanks to her role in Arrival. It’s also currently getting 100% on the website Rotten Tomatoes, which means they can’t find a film critic who has a bad thing to say about it anywhere. That’s quite a feat. So, do you want to see Arrival early and for free? Continue reading →
I can’t even tell you how excited I am about this movie. I’ve been fascinated by the Loving story since I first saw the pictures taken by Grey Villet for LIFE magazine (that’s one of them above). It’s also directed by Jeff Nichols, who is responsible for one of my favorite movies of all time (Take Shelter–Just see it). Plus, every second I’ve seen of Loving so far is so heartbreakingly beautiful, I’ll probably just sob through the whole thing. Wanna join me? I have 50 pairs of passes to see Loving early and for free! Continue reading →
My kids think they’re too cool for Kids’ Movies these days. They never get excited about anything and groan whenever I say, “Who wants to see (insert-PG-rated-film-here)?!” That’s not the case with Trolls though, oddly enough. No, they’ve been buzzing about this one since Justin Timberlake released the Trolls theme song over the summer and we heard it about 12 billion times on the radio. Even that didn’t dampen their enthusiasm so they’re actually EXCITED to see Trolls with me. Want to see it with us? Click HERE to grab a family 4-pack, then watch the trailer below. Good GRIEF, I love that Justin Timberlake!
So, did you read Inferno? What is Harvard professor Robert Langdon up to these days? You know, the main character from those Dan Brown books who’s always getting in trouble with the Vatican, the Iluminati and this time around, a group called The Consortium? I wouldn’t honestly know because I haven’t read a Dan Brown book since The Da Vinci Code back in 2003. See, other people complain about Hollywood making movies out of books but I, for one, am thrilled. It’s rare that I get to curl up with a book anymore so I’m fine with big screen adaptations starring people I enjoy, like Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones. Even better, I haven’t read Inferno, so I’ll have no idea if the book is better than the movie! Want to see it EARLY and FOR FREE with me? Click HERE to grab a free pair of passes, then watch the trailer below. Uh-oh, looks like Robert Langdon is in real trouble this time!
Jack Reacher is back and he’s about to deliver some JUSTICE!
Evidently, active duty soldiers who were formerly under his command are turning up dead and Jack’s gonna figure out why. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back stars Tom Cruise and is based on the 18th novel in the Lee Child’s series. Click HERE to pick up your free passes, then watch the trailer below. Ooo, Reacher is pisssssed!
Are you still mad at Mel Gibson?
If so, I get it. He said some pretty awful things during that drunk-driving arrest in 2006. You might want to prepare yourself though, because Mel Gibson is back on the scene.
In fact, he directed a movie that you probably already want to see called Hacksaw Ridge. It stars Andrew Garfield as WWII Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who became the first Conscientious Objector to win the Medal of Honor.
Gibson made this project with Producer David Permut, who is both gay and Jewish but still has glowing things to say about the man after working with him. Hacksaw Ridge is also getting Oscar caliber praise, which may put Gibson in the running for another statue (You remember how much you loved Braveheart, don’t you?).
If you still don’t want to forgive him, I completely understand. Even better, I have a way for you to see Hacksaw Ridge without giving Mel Gibson any of your money. Just click HERE to get your FREE MOVIE PASSES, then watch the trailer below. Wow, it’s kind of like being a Conscientious Objector!
All the talk about GENDER in Politics recently has bummed me out immeasurably. It’s even caused me to question long-held beliefs I’ve had about women and where we stand in society. This was compounded by the release of The Girl on the Train, where every female character was either drunk, insane, or various combinations of both.
That’s why I’m so relieved to see a film like Certain Women hit the scene.
This one stars Laura Dern, Michelle Williams and Kristen Stewart as three very different women whose lives intersect in a small Montana town. Certain Women has been blazing through the film-festival circuit and has even garnered a little Oscar Buzz for all of the women involved, especially newcomer Lily Gladstone. I don’t have a ton of these passes, so put your name and email address in the Comments below if you’d like to see Certain Women Tuesday, October 18th. I’ll give a pair to the first 50 people who respond, and email you directly if you win. Now, let’s take a minute to watch the Certain Women trailer below. Ahhh, not or drunk or crazy chick to be found!