So there was this movie, In Bruges, that people seemed to like because it was hilarious and felt incredibly fresh. Martin McDonagh certainly made a name for himself with it, and now he’s got a new film that everyone at FSR seems to love. Seven Psychopathsboasts a great cast and a bizarre, twisty concept that pits writer’s block against dognapping. There’s no way that could go wrong.
Now, you can see it for free if you live in the NYC or LA/OC area. Or, you know, if you’re crazy enough to pay for plane tickets to those locations just to get free movie tickets. “How do I get the tickets?!” you ask rhetorically. Great question, friend. It’s incredibly easy.
Hop on the twitter machine and send a tweet to @7psychopaths that says “I love pudding! Have @rejectnation send me to 7 Psychopaths in _____.” (Be sure to fill in the blank with either NYC or LA.) Fill the remaining character spaces with exclamation points or anything you’d like.
Ten (10) lucky, random winners will score a pair of tickets for an AMC theater in the area they choose in their tweet.
So simple, you can do it while wearing a ridiculous hat. Good luck to everyone who enters!
Now here’s some more information on the film from our friends at the press office:
Written and Directed by Oscar®-winner Martin McDonagh, the comedy Seven Psychopaths follows a struggling screenwriter (Colin Farrell) who inadvertently becomes entangled in the Los Angeles criminal underworld after his oddball friends (Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell) kidnap a gangster’s (Woody Harrelson) beloved Shih Tzu. Co-starring Abbie Cornish, Tom Waits, Olga Kurylenko and Zeljko Ivanek.
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