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

Look, I’m just going to be honest here.
I can’t figure out what the hell The Commuter is about.
I get that Liam Neeson is a businessman who happens to be on a train when Vera Farmiga (who’s a Bad Guy this time) shows up and says he has to do something awful for a whole lot of money. Oh, and Patrick Wilson is in The Commuter too, but he and Vera are not playing Ed and Lorraine Warren, which makes me kind of sad. But Jonathan Banks is in it and he’s always awesome, plus I have passes to an early screening so you don’t even have to pay to see it! Continue reading →

A Monster Calls

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “A Monster Calls” EARLY & FOR FREE

Is it just me or was Felicity Jones in every movie that came out this year? OK, after cruising her IMDB page, I realize she was only in 4 movies in 2016, but when those include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story AND the new Dan Brown movie Inferno, it sure SEEMS like every movie. Now Felicity Jones stars in A Monster Calls, about a little boy who befriends a monster while coping with his mother’s illness. I’ve seen this one and it’s beautiful, as well as terribly sad. It also has a message about humans and how confusing our behavior is at times, which I think is terribly important at the end of a tumultuous year. Even better, we get to see A Monster Calls EARLY and FOR FREE! Just click HERE to grab those free passes, then watch the trailer below. Also, in case you were wondering, that IS Liam Neeson’s wonderful voice as The Monster.

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PODCAST: Boozy Movies Reviews “Ted 2”

I watched Ted 2 with Sybil Summers and Richie Whitt last night. We were also lucky enough to have guest Film Critic, Mark Walters from Bigfanboy.com join us. In the process, I drank lots of wine and admitted to a Seth MacFarlane fetish that I am now more than a little embarassed about. We also had what Mark called “the most awkward ending” of any podcast EVER, which I tried to edit out but only managed to make it worse. Apologies in advance for that. Otherwise, here’s our review of Ted 2. Enjoy!