I’m honestly still confused about the premise of Onward, which claims to be about teenaged-elf-brothers who try to bring their father back to life in a fantasy suburban world. It’s from Disney-Pixar though and stars the voices of Tom Holland and Chris Pratt. It has to be good, right??? Well, why don’t you see Onward EARLY and FOR FREE just to be safe? Lucky for us, I have passes to do just that in Dallas and Oklahoma City. Continue reading →
Have you been meaning to watch Force Majeure ever since it landed on most critics’ Top 10 of the Decade lists? Well, you should still see the 2014 Swedish original, but Hollywood has made its own version called Downhill. It stars Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a couple who reexamines their marriage after a ski-resort incident and, even better, I have passes to see Downhill EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
The time has finally come. After months of social-media rage followed by even more months of Twitter praise, the Sonic the Hedgehog movie is finally hitting theaters. Will it be worth all the online fervor? Will it really matter if you get to see it EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Forgive me for being petty, but I might be excited about The Rhythm Section souly because Blake Lively looks rough in it. She plays a woman who goes on the rampage, searching for the people who killed her family, so she clearly couldn’t be her usual, flawless self. I respect how she committed to that, though. So, want to see The Rhythm Section EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I always say that lowered expectations are a movie’s best friend, but I don’t think I can lower my expectations for Little Women.
I loved the book when I was young and I breathlessly watched Winona Ryder and Christian Bale fight it out as “Jo” and “Laurie” in the 1994 film. I adore Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson and Florence Pugh, but it’s the idea of Greta Gerwig directing them all that’s sending me completely over the top. Everyone else will have to wait until Christmas Day to see Little Women in theaters, but I have passes for us to see it EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
There are so many reasons for you to see Knives Out. First of all, see it because it’s an unexpected Murder-Mystery/Comedy/Social Commentary from Writer-Director Rian Johnson (who has clearly used his time since Star Wars: The Last Jedi wisely). See Knives Out also because you won’t often find a cast this solid, with Chris Evans, Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Christopher Plummer, LaKeith Stanfield, Toni Collette and SO many more taking part. Finally, see Knives Out because I saw it last week and had so much fun, I just giddy-grinned all the way through it. And best of all, see Knives Out because I have passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →
Spring Break starts this weekend for many of us and, while it’s great for extra bonding time with the family, it also tends to break the bank. That’s why I’m thrilled to offer some FREE MOVIE PASSES for kids of multiple ages! Continue reading →
I remember how completely NOT interested I was in the first LEGO Movie. I even told my daughters to keep their expectations low because it was “probably going to be goofy.” Then The LEGO Movie was goofy, but in the most wonderful, fun-to-watch way! I’ve enjoyed every LEGO Movie that’s come out since (yes, even LEGO Ninjago) so I’m especially jazzed about The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part. So, who wants to see it EARLY and FOR FREE with me? Continue reading →
I’ve been binge-watching Jane the Virgin on Netflix, so it’s hard for me to imagine Gina Rodriquez as anything other than sweet, virginal Jane Villanueva. Rogriquez isn’t new to drama or action films though, having starred in flicks like Deep Water Horizon and Annihilation, but I still imagine her sporting a pregnant tummy and some adorable, floral maternity gear.
Not the case in Miss Bala though, where Rodriquez plays a woman who’s forced to work for a dangerous drug cartel. She uses strength and talents she never knew she had to save herself from certain death, and turns into a bit of a badass along the way. So, who wants to see Miss Bala EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
How fun does this movie look?!!! The Kid Who Would Be King stars Ashbourne Serkis as a modern-day teenager who finds the mythical sword, Excalibur. He must then build an army to fight Merlin’s evil sister, Morgana before she takes over the world. It’s kind of like Harry Potter meets 1981’s Excalibur, with a little Shaun of the Dead thrown in. There’s a great cast too, with Patrick Stewart and Rebecca Ferguson playing Merlin and Morgana. So, who wants to see The Kid Who Would Be King EARLY and FOR FREE? I have passes to see it in Houston (HERE) and San Antonio (HERE). Continue reading →