Can I be honest? When I first saw the poster for My Spy, I rolled my eyes. I thought, “Oh great, they’re putting Drax in movies with kids now. Perfect.” Then I watched the trailer and got genuinely excited about this movie. Sure My Spy looks cute, but it has a dose of grit so it’s not “cutesy.” Plus, it’s got Kristen Schaal who is frankly brilliant in anything. Best of all, I have passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE all over the map! Continue reading →
Who’s up for a love story that’s almost guaranteed to make you ugly cry? Looks like that’s the plan with I Still Believe, where a musician on the rise (KJ Apa) falls for a woman who appears to be terminally ill (Britt Robertson). It’s the true story of Christian Rock mega-star Jeremy Camp, but don’t Google him or you’ll get major spoilers. So, who wants to see I Still Believe EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I’m honestly still confused about the premise of Onward, which claims to be about teenaged-elf-brothers who try to bring their father back to life in a fantasy suburban world. It’s from Disney-Pixar though and stars the voices of Tom Holland and Chris Pratt. It has to be good, right??? Well, why don’t you see Onward EARLY and FOR FREE just to be safe? Lucky for us, I have passes to do just that in Dallas and Oklahoma City. Continue reading →
You know it’s a good sports movie if the trailer chokes you up. That said, take a second to watch the trailer for The Way Back below.
Did you feel that?
I love a good comeback story and the fact that The Way Back stars Ben Affleck, who has also turned into a Comeback Kid, certainly helps. So, who wants to see The Way Back EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
It’s thrilling to see a film that exceeds your expectations, just as it’s vastly disappointing to see one that doesn’t live up to them. Somewhere in the middle of that scale is where we find movies like The Invisible Man, that start off strong then lose steam along the way.
This twist on the H.G. Wells classic is told from the spouse’s point of view. Elizabeth Moss plays the target of an abusive husband, who feels at risk even after escaping his grasp. She’s safe in a secret location but senses the eyes of her ex at all times, even after his death. Is she paranoid or has he found a way to stalk her without being seen? Continue reading →
How you feel about Downhill will partly depend on whether you’ve seen the film it’s based on, Force Majeure. If you go in comparing it to that 2014 Swedish instant-classic, you’ll be sorely disappointed. If you’ve never seen the first, you’ll probably appreciate this tense but enjoyable film. Continue reading →
I hit Good Morning Texas today to talk about the 2020 Oscars and how 1917 was ROBBED!!! No, I’m just kidding. I loved Parasite and was pleased to see it make history last night. Just wish Sam Mendes would’ve gotten a tiny bit more love. Click HERE to hear the rest of our thoughts and remember to hit the Free Movie Passes page to see what I’m giving away!
As I’ve stated before, I would have loved Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey even if it was dreadful. There’s just too much to be excited about here, with women directing (Cathy Yan), writing (Christina Hodson) and producing (Margot Robbie’s own LuckyChap production company). The cast is also overflowing with incredible women like Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Jurnee Smollett-Bell, so Margot Robbie doesn’t have to carry the film like she did Suicide Squad (yeah, I said it). I would have loved this movie like the mother of an ugly child, even if it had sucked… Continue reading →
Have you been meaning to watch Force Majeure ever since it landed on most critics’ Top 10 of the Decade lists? Well, you should still see the 2014 Swedish original, but Hollywood has made its own version called Downhill. It stars Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a couple who reexamines their marriage after a ski-resort incident and, even better, I have passes to see Downhill EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
Need a little inspiration? Something life-affirming, maybe? I think we all do right now, which is why Little America is showing up right on time. This new show from Apple TV+ follows the stories of eight immigrants and their lives in a new world. Little America is based on true stories featured in Epic Magazine and comes from Executive Producers Lee Eisenberg (The Office), Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) and Alan Yang (Parks and Recreation) to name just a few. Best of all, we’ve found an early, FREE screening of Little America in Houston, where they’ll even pour some cocktails and feed you popcorn beforehand! Click HERE to grab those passes, then watch the Little America trailer below. Oh, and grab some tissues because you’re gonna feel this one.