Not too long ago we showed you the Red Band trailer of a comedy-action flick that is somehow flying under the radar and straight into home-video release. Since we think it is downright criminal that there is so little information for this film, and that a film with such an amazing cast can go this unnoticed and miss out on theaters entirely, we’re going to give you a chance to take a copy home. In fact, we’re so awesome that we’ve got two copies to give away – One Blu-ray and one DVD, so you can pick your poison.
So why do you want Operation: Endgame? For starters, let’s look at the cast: Zach Galifianakis, Rob Corddry, Ellen Barkin, Odette Yustman, Maggie Q, Brandon T. Jackson, Emilie de Ravin, Bob Odenkirk, Ving Rhames, Adam Scott, Joe Anderson, and Jeffrey Tambor. That doesn’t even seem like a cast list, it seems like the fantasy guest list for my tea parties.
But what’s it about? Cue the official synopsis:
Operation: Endgame centers around two rival teams of government assassins, who work out of a top-secret underground facility and use code names from the Tarot deck. When new hire “The Fool” (Anderson) joins the group, he arrives for his first day only to discover that the boss has been murdered and the office has been locked down and turned into a ticking time bomb. He must survive his ambitious co-workers, find the killer, and discover a way out before the whole place explodes.
Sounds pretty righteous to me, but if that doesn’t convince you alone, how about we just toss up the Red Band trailer again so you can see just how massive this cast is and how packed full of laughs and violence it is.
By now you should know one thing – you want to own this film. So either buy it on June 27th or just win it from us. To enter, make sure you enter a valid email address in the email field (this is how we contact you), specify whether you want the DVD or Blu-ray, and then tell us your assassin name and preferred method of getting the dirty work done. Impress us and you will be rewarded.
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