Win twenty free movie passes to Hollywood Theaters! (updated with winners)

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Update: Congratulations to nicage1125! You've won twenty free movie passes. Check your email for details on how to claim them.

Original post: We'll cut to the chase: Movies are one of this planet's greatest pleasures, and there's nothing quite like seeing a film at a real theater. Show and Tell would like to share that experience with you, so keep reading to find out how how you can win twenty free passes to any Hollywood Theater by answering one simple question.

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- Director Joan Grossman talks about Drop City, her latest Colorado-connected film

To enter:

1. "Like" us on Facebook, which you can do right here. (Note: If you're already following us on Facebook, you're already eligible to enter; proceed to step two.)



2. Sign in to Livefyre with your Facebook account and then leave us a comment below with your e-mail address, and tell us what your favorite movie is -- and why.

3. Then, check back this coming Friday afternoon to see if you've won. Quick heads-up: These are hard tickets, so you'll need to stop by our office at 969 Broadway to pick them up.

4. Sit back and relax. Good luck!




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16 comments
chasemiddaugh
chasemiddaugh

Once Upon A Time In The West is my favorite film. Great acting, sprawling totally American story, beautiful cinematography, and one of the greatest film scores of all time.

whscllng
whscllng

The Fugitive, because I love Harrison Ford and that movie for me is a classic. 

mlexgrizz
mlexgrizz

Back to the Future is My favorite movie. mlexgrizz@gmail.com

klynbaker
klynbaker

Head. It has no plot and lots of the Monkees.

therealstevecoogan
therealstevecoogan

"Airheads" is the ultimate '90's movie, and not merely because it was played almost daily on Comedy Central from 1994-1999.  It's got Sandler, Buscemi, Farley, Michael Richards, Kurt Loder, Beavis and Butthead, Lemy (!), and Brendan Fraser's finest performance yet captured on film.  Plus the sheer absurdity of the plot is hilariously irrelevant to modern times: a band needs to get a "record contract" by "playing their song on the radio?"  Tell me more about the old days grandpa!

therealstevecoogan@gmail.com

Don194
Don194

Empire Strikes Back! Greatest reveal and plot twist! Han gets frozen in carbonite, Luke gets his hand cut off  and finds out Vader is his father...CLASSIC! donmarucut@gmail.com

nickchavez
nickchavez

Top Gun! Amazing aerial footage always entertains me.

Nickechavez@gmail.com

JamesB7
JamesB7

No Country for Old Men.  Great story, great acting and awesome bad guy.  The serious anti-hero movie.  Love it!

james.baetke@gmail.com

Kaitlin13
Kaitlin13

My fav movie is totally Mean Girls. It's the Clueless of our generation, and it's written by a badass, Tina Fey. 

PerfectlyFlawed
PerfectlyFlawed

My favorite movie is Kill Bill Vol 1 because it has awesome fighting scenes and cool music plus Uma Thurman is one bad ass bitch!!!

nicage1125
nicage1125

My favorite movie is The Avengers!!! My brother and i used to talk about how cool it would be if they made superhero movies when we were kids. Never thought they would make such a masterpiece 20 years later lol!!! EPIC!!!!

nicage1125@yahoo.com

dcjdragonfly
dcjdragonfly

My favorite movie is Elizabethtown. Gets me in that beautiful melancholy everytime!


dcjcolorado@gmail.com

meshstallions
meshstallions

meshstallions@me.com

Movie: Me and You And Everyone We Know.

Always has had the softest spot with me. Raw, Funny, and Real!

Fletcherneedsajob
Fletcherneedsajob topcommenter

My favorite movie is "The Graduate". 

The soundtrack is amazing. Simon and Garfunkel just nail the overall vibe of the movie/time.  Dustin Hoffman is incredible as a listless directionless apathetic college graduate. I really connected to his character through a majority of my 20ies. The montage of him rolling between sex, the couch, bed, etc is just so fluid and perfect. Sitting on the bottom of the pool in his scuba gear (parodied so well in Old School) is a classic. Benjamin's car is amazing. 

Some of the best lines ever! " I have one word for you son, Plastics!" "No, it's fully baked." 

The ending encapsulates the entire film. Riding away with no real emotion, no real catharsis, no real conclusion. Just silence in a noisy bus, with the one you supposedly love.

fletcherneedsajob@yahoo.com

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