See “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” EARLY & FOR FREE

There are few things my family can agree on when we’re watching TV together. We usually just sit in front of the TV and fight until the news comes on, unless we find Bob’s Burgers. When that happens, everyone goes quiet and a joint decision is made: Bob’s it is. Of course, the debate starts once again when the 30 minute episode ends but that won’t happen during The Bob’s Burgers Movie because it’s a solid hour and 42 minutes long.

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See “Downton Abbey: A New Era” EARLY & FOR FREE

HEADS UP! This Downton Abbey: A New Era screening is THIS MONDAY NIGHT! If you’re in the Dallas area and want to see the Dowager Countess’ new villa in the South of France and a famous director film a movie inside Downtown Abbey click HERE for those passes. If you’re unsure, watch the trailer below but don’t forget that the screening is this Monday night! (Downton Abbey: A New Era is rated PG and opens May 20th.)

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See “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” EARLY & FOR FREE

It’s been six years since the first Doctor Strange movie, thanks to Covid and a change in directors (Sam Raimi took over when Scott Derrickson left the film). Now we’re hearing about some last minute reshoots at Marvel‘s request, so it’s hard to know WHAT to expect from this trip into the multiverse. All the more reason to see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness EARLY and FOR FREE. Even better, I have passes to free screenings all over Texas!

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See “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” EARLY & FOR FREE

If you’ve been anywhere near me in the past month, you know how excited I am about The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Nicholas Cage plays himself in this film, or at least a version of himself named “Nick Cage.” He was absolutely horrified when he first learned of this project (read about his initial “f-no” response HERE) but, fortunately for us, he eventually saw the magic in it.

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See “The Northman” EARLY & FOR FREE

I truly enjoyed The Witch and The Lighthouse (which is far better if you think of it as a dark-comedy) so I’m excited to see the latest from director Robert Eggers, The Northman. This one stars Alexander Skarsgård as a Viking who must avenge his father’s death with the help of a lovely witch (played by Anya Taylor-Joy). Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe also star and those last two share a nude scene. If you’re thinking, “Is that supposed to be a selling-point?” I don’t really know but I do have passes to see The Northman EARLY and FOR FREE.

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See “All the Old Knives” EARLY & FOR FREE

Who’s in the mood for a sexy espionage flick? Would we call that sexpionage? Well, the film is All the Old Knives and it stars Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton as former CIA agents who revisit a failed mission from their past. Will they discover a mole in their outfit or just have a whole lot of sex? Sounds good either way and Chris Pine is working that salt and pepper beard. You could wait to see All the Old Knives at home, when it debuts on Amazon Prime April 8th, or you could put on some pants and see an honest-to-God movie in a theater.

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See “You Won’t Be Alone” EARLY & FOR FREE

We’re getting our fair share of horror flicks early this year, like A24s Men, X and the new Scream film. Some of these movies are already blowing up the film-festival circuit, like You Won’t Be Alone. This one stars Noomi Rapace as a 19th century Macedonian girl who is kidnapped by an ancient spirit and turned into a witch. If that doesn’t sound scary to you, watch the trailer below to see how wrong you are.

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RAPID REVIEW: Does “The Lost City” Live Up to that Fizzy Trailer?

The Lost City stars Sandra Bullock as a successful romance novelist who stumbles into an adventure with her cover model (played by Channing Tatum). It’s clearly a riff on old-school rom-coms and the flashy trailer got everyone’s attention. That’s how this relatively by-the-books love story became one of the most-anticipated films of the year (well, so far).

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See “Fresh” Early, For Free & FROM HOME

Fresh looks like it’s going to be a delicious rom-com starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan, and it IS for a hot minute. It takes a twisty turn though and becomes a dark look at modern dating. This new one from Hulu (streaming March 4th) won’t appeal to all tastes but, if the current state of affairs has left you feeling a little dark and twisty yourself, Fresh might be right up your dimly-lit alley. Click HERE for a link to an early, virtual screening and then spend a minute with the trailer below. Oh yeah, that is messed up.

Free Screenings of “The King’s Man” Across Texas

Our first introduction to Kingsman: The Secret Service came in 2014, when Colin Firth’s Galahad taught Taron Egerton’s Eggsy how to be a proper gentleman. This year, we learn their backstory in The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes (who is also an Executive Producer), Gemma Arterton and Rhys Ifans. It seems like an excellent foil for this month’s holiday flicks and I bet you’d love to see The King’s Man EARLY and FOR FREE. The good news is that I have passes to Free Screenings all across Texas.

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