Damon & Bale

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Ford v Ferrari” in Dallas, Houston, Austin or San Antonio

Who’s in the mood for a badass race-car movie? Even better, who’d like to watch Matt Damon get punched in the face on the big-screen? You’ll get both in Ford v Ferrari, about a race-car designer and a driver who built a revolutionary car for the Ford Motor Company. It stars Christian Bale and the above-mentioned Matt Damon and looks a little like delicious Oscar-bait. It’s also from director James Mangold, who has delivered Oscar-bait before in the form of Girl, Interrupted, Walk the Line and Logan (which YES was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay). Best of all, I have passes to FREE SCREENINGS all over Texas! Continue reading →

Knightley & Clarke

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “The Aftermath” EARLY & FOR FREE

What is wrong with me? I just watched the entire trailer for The Aftermath, a post-WWII drama about families who are forced to share a German manor, with a big, goofy grin on my face. Maybe it’s because this drama (from Executive Producer Ridley Scott) just oozes sexual-tension, thanks to it’s stars Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgård. She plays the wife of a British colonel (Jason Clarke) who moves into the home of a German widower (Skarsgård). The British colonel must leave to rebuild the shattered country and that’s when the flirty glances get cranking. So, who wants to see The Aftermath EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →

Nutcracker
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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See Disney’s “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” EARLY & FOR FREE

People occasionally complain about my Free Movie Passes because the screenings are in a town that’s too far away from them. That hopefully won’t be the case for Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, because THIS TIME I have passes to two different screenings! If you’d like to see The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Continue reading →

Charlie Hunnam

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” EARLY & FOR FREE

When King Arthur: Legend of the Sword was pitched to the studios, it was described as Guy Ritchie’s Snatch meets The Lord of the Rings movies.
How freaking incredible does that sound?
This retelling of the Excalibur tale portrays King Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) as a street thug, roaming the back alleys of Londinium after losing his family and crown to an evil dictator (Jude Law). It’s supposedly the first in a six-part series, so you’d better go ahead and jump on the bandwagon now. Lucky for you, I’ve got passes to see King Arthur: Legend of the Sword EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →