Who’s up for a book-club love-story about beautiful people falling for each other? Because I have passes to see The Sun is Also a Star EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
If Seth Rogen’s Superbad and Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird had a baby, if would probably be Booksmart. It’s about two high-school overachievers who decide to cram the entire teenage experience into one night. Booksmart stars Kaitlyn Dever (The Front Runner) and Beanie Feldstein (squeee “Julie” from Lady Bird!) and is the directorial debut of Olivia Wilde (who is way more talented than I realized). Best of all, I have free passes to see it! Continue reading →
Most film-fans fall into 3 categories, when it comes to Pokémon Detective Pikachu. You’re either a fan of Pokémon in general and excited to see it, the parent of a Pokémon fan and therefore FORCED to see it, or you’re going to pretend the film doesn’t exist and go about your day.
I am speaking to the FIRST 2 GROUPS when I say I have passes to see Pokémon Detective Pikachu EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →
I usually have to write a description of a movie and talk about it’s stars to get people interested in seeing it. Other times, I just post the link and watch the free passes disappear. So…who wants to see John Wick: Chapter 3- Parabellum EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Oh, how I wish my Mother-in-Law lived closer so I could take her to see Poms for Mother’s Day! Diane Keaton heads a phenomenal cast including Jackie Weaver, Pam Grier and Rhea Pearlman, as women who start a competitive cheerleading squad in their retirement community (based on a true story). It would be the perfect Mother’s Day treat for the Mom in your life AND I have passes to Free Screenings all over Texas! Continue reading →
Big Kids have gotten their share of Blockbuster Movies lately, but here’s something for the Little Kids. UglyDolls is about a group of toys who don’t fit the mold of “traditional dolls,” but long to be loved anyway. It boasts a star-studded cast (Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas and Janelle Monae to name a few) and features a stellar soundtrack. Best of all, I have passes to see UglyDolls all over Texas! Continue reading →
If I was planning to do something illegal, like steal a muscle car and then rob a bunch of liquor stores, I’d want to do it with Rebel Wilson. Not because she’s a badass or someone who would be capable of successfully pulling off such a stunt. No, I’d bring Rebel Wilson on my crime spree just because she’d make it that much better. That’s why I’ve got high hopes for The Hustle, which stars Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway as con-artists with an axe to grind. So, who wants to see The Hustle EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I’ll admit to a quick giggle when I saw the poster for The Intruder and tried to imagine Dennis Quaid as the bad guy. He stars in this movie alongside Michael Ealy and Meagan Goode, who play the couple who buy his Napa Valley home. Quaid’s character decides he’s not ready to leave the house after all, which is when The Intruder takes an ugly Jack Torrance turn. I only needed one peek at the trailer to realize Quaid is actually quite terrifying, especially with that freakishly wide grin.
So, want to see The Intruder EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
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 the 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 →