I love Teen Titans GO! Yeah, I know I should be embarrassed to admit that, but my kids watch it occasionally and, when they do, I tend to stand in the doorway and laugh along with them. It’s smart, funny, and has a flat out goofy streak that I can relate to. That’s why I’m kind of relieved that DC is giving the Teen Titans their own movie before tackling Titans or Aquaman. So, wanna see Teen Titans GO! to the Movies EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Think you have no interest in seeing the latest from Disney Pixar, Coco? Why don’t you take a minute to read some of it’s reviews first? See, when I read words like “Dazzling” or “Captivating” and especially “Insta-Classic,” I can’t help but get a little excited about Coco. This one tells the story of young Miguel (newcomer Anthony Gonzalez), who finds himself in the Land of the Dead while trying to become a famous musician. There’s a phenomenal cast, including Gael García Bernal and Benjamin Bratt, and music from Frozen songwriters, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Coco is also written and directed by Lee Unkrich, who won TWO Oscars for Toy Story 3. Still not interested in Coco? Fine, just go be grouchy somewhere else while WE grab free passes to see Coco Continue reading →
My daughter just asked me what we’re doing tomorrow. We’re not even a week into Summer Break and they’re already bored asking for itineraries. Fortunately, I have loads of Free Movie Passes to give away this summer, including these tickets to an early screening of Cars 3. You can bring up to 3 kids with you too, which means you can take your whole posse OR relieve a friend of theirs. Continue reading →
The Holiday Break isn’t kind to everyone. Some people have kids who sleep until noon, then entertain themselves with their phones until someone forces them to stop. Other parents are woken up at 5am by high-pitched voices asking, “WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO TODAY, MOMMY?”
Bless your sweet, exhausted hearts. I remember the days of 8am park visits and nonstop play dates, which is why I have some free movie passes JUST FOR YOU. Monster Trucks stars Lucas Till (who looks a bit like a young Mark Wahlberg) as a boy who realizes there’s a monster living inside his new truck. If you’d like free passes for you and your kid, click HERE then watch the trailer below. Does Monster Trucks looks good? You probably shouldn’t ask that question. No, just think of it as a chance to doze quietly while your kid watches their new favorite movie.
Monster Trucks opens in theaters January 13th and you can find tickets HERE.