Author Archive | Rick Swift

Grab Complimentary Passes for Super Troopers 2

FilmGrouch.com wants to send you and a guest to an advance screening of Super Troopers 2 this Monday.

We are covering a few precincts, so you can choose either the AMC Aventura 24 or Cinemark Boynton Beach 14.

Trust me, this one is going to be irreverently ridiculous!

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Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare Giveaway

Pretty snazzy prize pack this month, if you dare to enter the contest it could all be yours. One limited edition tank top and one exclusive game night tool kit and 36 card game night deck! You can bet there are some really disturbing things on these cards, if the trailer is any indication. 

So, grab a friend and take the Truth or Dare challenge below to see who survives! (Please don’t actually kill yourself, or your friend, for feck’s sake)

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Help Deadpool F-ck Cancer!

Enter to win Deadpool’s pink suit & support Fuck Cancer at omaze.com/deadpool 

I lost one of the smartest people I ever had the pleasure of knowing to cancer, and I am most definitely not “over it” – and I imagine many people out there feel the same way. If cancer were a person, you’d probably conjure up all sorts of malicious ways to kill it.

I’m sure he’d dispatch of cancer in a colorful way with some awesome one-liner and a goretastic kill shot for the ages!

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Chappaquiddick

Chappaquiddick

It has often been said that The Kennedys are American royalty. With all the immediate images that conjures up in your head, they are replete with scandals: suicides; rapes; murders; cover-ups; and even assassinations that haven’t completely been solved. But a more obscure story about the last true patriarch of the Kennedy crime family is Ted Kennedy’s midnight ride in Chappaquiddick that ended with the mysterious death of his brother’s former aide, Mary Jo Kopechne. And this new film by Director John Curran finally dives into the murky waters and exposes at least one possible hypothesis for how those events unfolded. Is it completely historically accurate? Only two people really know for sure, and they are both dead.

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Ready Player One

Ready Player One

I am an ’80s film geek; I was nurtured on Spielberg films. When I first heard about Ready Player One it was in the form of a tweet with someone not too keen on it being made into a movie. The quip was something about how the book was essentially all just mediocre writing with more pop-culture references than plot. So, even though it was being directed by the legend, I was keeping my expectations humble. While I haven’t hated anything Spielberg has done, I have definitely been disappointed with some of his stuff, like A.I. and The BFG for instance. But, after plugging into OASIS and seeing how incredible the vast virtual universe was and how powerfully the characters were conveyed in both realities, I must say, I was blown away by all aspects of this fantastic film. This is one of the best Spielberg films of all time!

It’s like the ’80s exploded onto the screen in a giant cataclysm of radicalness that you get to see in your lifetime. Don’t miss out!

Read the FULL review at FilmGrouch.com

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