Mark Wahlberg

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See Mark Wahlberg in “Mile 22” EARLY & FOR FREE

Is the mid-summer slump bringing you down? That awesome vacation you planned all year has come and gone, so you’re back at work and bored as hell? How ’bout an adrenaline shot courtesy of Mark Wahlberg in Mile 22??? He paired up with director Peter Berg again (after working together on Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon) but this time, they’re dropping the real-life dramas and just letting Marky Mark be a full-on badass. I could tell you more about the movie, but would it really matter? Instead, get passes to see Mile 22 EARLY and FOR FREE Continue reading →

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Deepwater Horizon” ON ME!

On April 20th, 2010, the world’s largest man-made disaster occurred on an off-shore drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico. The Deepwater Horizon exploded and created the largest oil-spill in history AND took 11 lives in the process. Director Peter Berg tells the Deepwater Horizon story with the help of Mike Williams (played by Mark Wahlberg), who actually survived the explosion.

So, wanna see it EARLY and FOR FREE? If so, click HERE to grab your free passes, then watch the trailer below. Wait a minute. What accent is John Malkovich doing? Is that supposed to be Cajun?

Jane McGarry

“Good Morning Texas” Fall Movie Preview (Plus Reviews of SULLY & BRIDGET JONES’S BABY)

I’m really excited about all the great movies opening this month. You can tell by the crazy-eyes I’m giving Jane McGarry above, can’t you? Some HUGE films are coming up, starting with Sully, which opens this weekend. Click HERE if you’d like to watch my review of Tom Hanks’ latest and hear my thoughts on Bridget Jones’s Baby. I also cover some films with a Texas Connection: Hell or High Water and The Hollars, which stars Jacksonville’s own Margo Martindale.

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