There are sooooo many reasons to be excited about Toy Story 4. First of all, it’s already getting 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is really no big surprise. Secondly, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele play a two-headed carnival-prize named “Ducky,” which I can’t wait to see. Toy Story 4 also features a new character named “Duke Kaboom” who’s voiced by none other than Keanu Reeves. Finally, get excited about Toy Story 4 because it probably won’t make us cry uncontrollably the way Toy Story 3 did. At least I hope it won’t. So, who wants to see Toy Story 4 EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Don’t walk into Rocketman expecting the Elton John version of Bohemian Rhapsody. Sure, it’s the same type of rags-to-riches through rock-n-roll flick, plus it’s also directed by Dexter Fletcher (who took over directing Bohemian Rhapsody after Bryan Singer pulled a Bryan Singer). This is Elton John’s story though, so expect Rocketman to be quite unlike anything you’ve seen before. John acts as Executive Producer as well, so prepare yourself for far more music, costumes and even fantasy sequences than you normally see in biopics. Even better, you can see Rocketman EARLY and FOR FREE, thanks to me! 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 →
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 →
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 →
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.
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Teen Spirit stars Elle Fanning as a small-town girl with big dreams of stardom.
It is NOT, as you might have expected, a documentary about Nirvana.
I can still hook you up with passes to see Teen Spirit EARLY and FOR FREE though. Just send a request for passes to TeenSpiritDFW@moroch.com, then watch the trailer below.
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The Best of Enemies is about a civil rights activist and Ku Klux Klan leader in the 1970’s, who worked together on a summit about desegregation. A relationship grew between them, through their battles and debates, that changed both of their lives forever. Want to know the really cool part? The Best of Enemies is based on a true story! It stars Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell and won’t hit theaters until April 5th, but I have passes to see The Best of Enemies EARLY and FOR FREE all over Texas! Continue reading →
If you aren’t excited about Shazam! you probably just haven’t seen any of the glowing reviews that it’s getting. You can read some of those HERE but my favorite line comes from Benjamin Lee of The Guardian. Read his whole review HERE but the best part is when he says Shazam!, “plays like a cross between Big and Superman.” Sounds good to me! So who wants to see Shazam! EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Admit it. You spend an embarrassing amount of time watching animal videos on social media, don’t you? It’s OK, we all do. My personal favorites are the stories about people who find hope and redemption through animals, which is why I’m pumped about The Mustang. This one (from Executive Producer Robert Redford) is based on a real-life prison equestrian program where the horses and inmates help each other. If The Mustang sounds like your thing, Continue reading →