It’s pretty crazy that Only the Brave is coming out right now, when wildfires are raging through California. This movie tells the true story of another historic wildfire though, and the elite group of firefighters who did everything in their power to stop it. Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, Miles Teller and Taylor Kitsch all star as the Granite Mountain Hotshots in Only the Brave and, since you and I are such good friends, you get to see it EARLY & FOR FREE. Continue reading →
I saw the trailer for Geostorm ages ago and, at that point, it sounded kind of ridiculous. The whole idea of government-based-climate-control seemed too far-fetched, but then Harvey happened…and then Maria. Then California was hit by devastating wildfires that MAY have been caused by flickering power-lines, knocked down by heavy-winds. Suddenly the idea of government controlled weather doesn’t sound half-bad, but what if the system was HACKED??? That’s when Geostorm (starring Gerard Butler, Ed Harris and Abbie Cornish) starts sounding much less far-fetched. So, want to see Geostorm EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
I don’t know if I should admit this, but I had a wicked crush on Christopher Robin when I was little. I mean, I loved ALL of the Winnie the Pooh characters (especially that whiny Eeyore), but I had it bad for Christopher. I even picked up the phone when I was about 4-years-old and tried to call him once. I pressed a bunch of buttons and talked into the phone until my older sister caught me. She and my Dad then pretended that I had accidentally called the police, who had arrived and were angrily arresting my sister in the front yard.
Needless to say, I didn’t try calling Christopher Robin again, or anyone else for that matter, for about 5 more years.
That has nothing to do with the movie Goodbye Christopher Robin, which tells the true story of A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and how he was inspired by his real-life son, Christopher Robin (Will Tilston), to create the Winnie the Pooh series. If you’d like to see Goodbye Christopher Robin EARLY and FOR FREE, Continue reading →
If you’re anything like me, you might be tempted to dismiss Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, simply based on that lame title. You absolutely SHOULDN’T dismiss it though, and here’s why.
Professor William Moulton Marston (played by Luke Evans) was the creator of the Wonder Woman comics, and he was inspired by a dirty-but-awesome little secret he was keeping. Watch the trailer below Continue reading →
I give away Free Movie Passes all the time. That’s awesome, if you live near Dallas, Texas and have time to come to a scheduled screening. It’s easier to just go to a movie whenever you want, which is why I’m so freaking pumped about this:
I have free passes to see Blade Runner 2049, WHENEVER & WHEREVER YOU WANT TO! Continue reading →
Are you still reeling from mother! and what they did to poor Jennifer Lawrence in the end? Still fighting with all of your film-critic buddies about it’s merits and what it was REALLY about? Oh, that’s just me? Well, how about something sweet and pleasant, that doesn’t end with JLaw getting kicked in the head?
I have passes to see Victoria & Abdul, which tells the true story of an unlikely friendship between Queen Victoria (Judy Dench) and Abdul Karim, a young clerk from India (Ali Fazal). Is it good? I don’t know, but I bet nothing freaky happens to a baby in it. Continue reading →
Wouldn’t it be cool to be Reese Witherspoon and make movies based on what kind of mood you were in?
“I feel like making a movie out of my favorite book!”
She makes the Oscar-nominated Wild.
“I feel like living in Monterey with my girlfriends for a while!”
She makes Big Little Lies.
“I feel like making out with a super-adorable 26-year-old dude!”
Reese Witherspoon makes Home Again.
In this one, Witherspoon plays a single mom who lets 3 sweet, 20-something-year-old guys move in with her and, yes, she hooks up with one of them (Pico Alexander). If you’d like to see Home Again EARLY and FOR FREE, Continue reading →
Oh man, you already know how excited I am about this one. I’ve been talking about It for months, now. I told you about my college-nights with the Stephen King book and how it ruined dorm rooms for me forever (read that HERE). I followed that up by talking about It on essentially every TV and radio appearance I’ve made since (you can watch one of those HERE). And after all those months of flipping out over It, it’s finally here. If you want passes to see It EARLY and FOR FREE, Continue reading →
I often call August the “armpit of movie season,” but that’s not actually the case. While we might see some pretty sad wide-release options, independent film flourishes this time of year. Take for instance, PATTI CAKE$. Time Magazine calls it an “instant classic” while Variety says, “One of the year’s most endearing discoveries.” It’s also been tearing up the film festival circuit and has already won a stack of awards. So, still think you don’t want watch Patti Dombrowski fight to become rap star in PATTI CAKE$? Why don’t you take a look at the trailer below and THEN decide? Continue reading →
If The Hitman’s Bodyguard movie trailer was any more fun, it’d need to come with adult diapers to catch that unexpected tinkle from giggling too hard. Too gross? Well, just watch the trailer below and then tell me in wrong. Continue reading →