Veteran’s Day is coming up November 11th and I just found the best way to recognize it. Grab some FREE PASSES to see The Long Road Home from National Geographic on the big screen. This film tells the true story of “Black Sunday,” when the 1st Cavalry Division from Fort Hood was ferociously ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad. It’s based on the novel by Martha Raddatz and covers 48 hellish hours, when families back home in Texas waited for word and expected the worst. Continue reading →
I’ve been hearing little whispers about Lady Bird for months now.
It’s one of those movies that I know will be important to me, even if I don’t love it. I know this because Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, two exceptional actresses we simply don’t see enough of. It’s also written and directed by Greta Gerwig, who touched me with her performances in 20th Century Women and Frances Ha. I think I’m most excited to see Lady Bird because I’m a mother of daughters though, and a daughter in my own right. I watch the trailer for Lady Bird, and feel like I’ve known every woman on the screen, and even BEEN some of them. If you’d like to see Lady Bird EARLY and FOR FREE, Continue reading →
It’s officially Christmas, now that Halloween has passed.
I know this for a FACT because I went to the mall today and they were already putting up Christmas decorations. True story. I also know it’s officially Christmas because I just got a bunch of free passes to a holiday movie called The Star. This one stars Tyler Perry, Kristin Chenoweth, and Steven Yeun and tells the story of Dave the Donkey, who apparently saved Jesus somehow. Look, you could overthink it and fight the onslaught of Christmas OR you could just trade that Pumpkin Spice Latte in for a Peppermint Mocha and roll with it. Continue reading →
I could write a 3-part essay about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, explaining why you REALLY want to see this movie. I could tell you about the cast, which includes Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, and Peter Dinklage OR how it’s written and directed by Martin McDonagh, who made those other two movies you loved (Seven Psychopaths and In Bruges). I could talk all day about it’s incredible performances and Oscar chances, but the thing that will REALLY make you want to see Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri is it’s trailer. I posted that below so watch it, then grab passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE Continue reading →
My daughters and I have been pumped about Thor: Ragnorak for AGES. You know what has us the most excited though? Not the fact that Mark Ruffalo shows up as The Hulk, or that Tom Hiddleston is back as Loki. Nor were we jazzed that Cate Blanchett plays Hela the Goddess of Death or that Benedict Cumberbatch makes an appearance as Dr. Strange. No, the thing that has us excitedly tittering over Thor: Ragnorak is the fact that Chris Hemsworth cut his hair. And it looks GOOD. Sorry, not my proudest moment but it’s true. If Hemsworth’s new ‘do isn’t enough to get you excited about Thor: Ragnorak as well, maybe you haven’t heard that it’s getting rave reviews, or that I’ve got passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →
My girlfriends have been asking me about this movie for months.
Julie, are you getting free passes to A Bad Moms Christmas? Can I get some if you do???
I’m not sure what it says about me, that my girlfriends hear BAD MOM and immediately think of ME, but…they’re right. I DO have free passes to see A Bad Moms Christmas Continue reading →
Maybe you’re one of the people who are a little ticked off at Matt Damon right now, for any number of reasons. I get it. I’ve got a few questions of my own for him but, for some reason, that isn’t hampering my excitement for his new movie Suburbicon. Maybe it’s because this one is directed by George Clooney, which he wrote alongside Joel and Ethan Coen. Maybe it’s the addition of Oscar Isaac, because you know I’ve got a problem with him (read about that HERE). Maybe it’s because I can’t quite figure out what’s going on in the trailer. It doesn’t matter either way because now I HAVE to see Suburbicon. You’re in luck if you feel the same way because I have passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →
It’s pretty crazy that Only the Brave is coming out right now, when wildfires are raging through California. This movie tells the true story of another historic wildfire though, and the elite group of firefighters who did everything in their power to stop it. Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, Miles Teller and Taylor Kitsch all star as the Granite Mountain Hotshots in Only the Brave and, since you and I are such good friends, you get to see it EARLY & FOR FREE. Continue reading →
Did you get to see Blade Runner 2049 yet? Do you want to see it but movie tickets are just so darn expensive these day? What if I had FREE PASSES and some Blade Runner 2049 promotional goodies (think t-shirts & posters) to go along with them? I only have 3 PRIZE PACKS though, so they will go to the first 3 people who leave their name & email addresses in the Comments below. GOOD LUCK! Oh, and if you’re wondering about that photo above, it’s when Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling while filming a fight scene!
I saw the trailer for Geostorm ages ago and, at that point, it sounded kind of ridiculous. The whole idea of government-based-climate-control seemed too far-fetched, but then Harvey happened…and then Maria. Then California was hit by devastating wildfires that MAY have been caused by flickering power-lines, knocked down by heavy-winds. Suddenly the idea of government controlled weather doesn’t sound half-bad, but what if the system was HACKED??? That’s when Geostorm (starring Gerard Butler, Ed Harris and Abbie Cornish) starts sounding much less far-fetched. So, want to see Geostorm EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →