Our steady stream of advance passes for films continues this week with two new release movies that you can see before they hit theaters! If you need a pre- or post-Halloween film happening, we have you covered.
First up is My All American, an Aaron Eckhart-fronted drama about the University of Texas’s football team from the writer of Hoosiers. We have no clue if it’s any good, but that’s some good sports movie pedigree. This one is at 7pm on Thursday, October 29th at the AMC in Friendship Heights. Grab passes here.
A little further down the road, we also have passes for Brooklyn, the story of an Irish immigrant in the 1950s played by Saoirse Ronan. Early reviews from film festivals are very positive (with some Oscar talk, of course), so you might want to see this one before Ronan breaks out. This screening will be at 7:30pm on Tuesday, November 3rd at the Georgetown Loews theater. Early birds can get their passes via Fox Searchlight.
Of course, as we always need to warn that these events are intentionally overbooked to ensure that there’s a full house. Arrive early at these screenings to get a seat.