5 Family 4 Packs Available to Advanced Screening of “Gifted”-Metro Detroit (Livonia) #Giveaway Ends 3/25 #GiftedMovie

As a blogger, I receive advanced screening movie invites in exchange for honest blog reviews. I have opted to participate in a giveaway for the upcoming film “Gifted” to take place at AMC 20 in Livonia. Any opinions expressed here during the giveaway are honest and my own.

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Art work courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

Movie Synopsis

Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is a single man raising a child prodigy – his spirited young niece Mary (Mckenna Grace) – in a coastal town in Florida.  Frank’s plans for a normal school life for Mary are foiled when the seven-year-old’s mathematical abilities come to the attention of Frank’s formidable mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) whose plans for her granddaughter threaten to separate Frank and Mary.  Octavia Spencer plays Roberta, Frank and Mary’s landlady and best friend.  Jenny Slate is Mary’s teacher, Bonnie, a young woman whose concern for her student develops into a connection with her uncle as well.

Rated PG-13

The official movie site is:  http://giftedmovie.com/

Official hashtag is: #GiftedMovie

Metro Detroit area Giveaway!

Giveaway

5 winners randomly selected (through Rafflecopter giveaway link/tool below) will receive a 4 pack (you and 3 guests) to advanced screening of “Gifted” at the AMC Livonia on Tuesday, April 4th at 7:00pm.

You MUST reside in the Metro Detroit area or be willing to drive to Livonia to enter this giveaway.

BE ADVISED: The four packs are first-come, first-serve so please arrive early!

Movie Location:

AMC 20 Livonia-19500 Haggerty Rd., Livonia MI.

Please read full terms and conditions in giveaway widget below before entering. Very important!

Passes will be handed out through online access codes upon winning.

Enter below. Happy entering!

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34 replies

  1. I remember seeing a preview for this on something and thinking it looks good. Hopefully we’ll see it eventually! Thanks for the info.

  2. Are you going to the Livonia one? If so I’ll see you there, I’m going with my parents :).

  3. Nice…would like to see this.

  4. Looks like a good clean film. Not many of those around these days

  5. Not many good clean films around to see. This one looks good.

  6. Family is what gets you through the hard times and celebrates the good times, even when they’re the cause of both.

  7. I wish my daughter and wife could see this movie!

    • Hi Sean,

      Feel free to enter for them if you think they would be available for it. Just comment here on why family is important and then click on giveaway link in the post to take you to widget. From there click on “I commented” to be eligible for an entry. Thanks so much!

  8. At the end of the day, you really do discover that family is all that you have.

    • Hi Joy, thanks for your wonderful comment on family. Be sure to click “I commented” in the giveaway widget to be eligible for an entry. Your email address will be visible to me if you do it correctly. So far it’s not showing up, so just want to be sure you are getting a fair entry. Thanks so much!

  9. i’d like to see this one. i can relate.

    • Hi Scott,

      Thanks for your reply. Are you interested in entering the giveaway for a chance to win? Just comment here on reasons why family is important then click on giveaway link and click “I commented” in widget to be eligible for entry if interested. Thanks so much!

  10. Thanks for the chance to see this movie.

  11. Family is important because it creates a world of love, understanding, compassion and stability. It is a world that you feel safe away from all the problems and stress of the outer world. It is always a great feeling to have a feeling of belonging. Family is always a great support system, whether it’s a positive or negative situation.

  12. Would love to see this as a parent of someone who has berm through gifted programs in school.

  13. would like to see this.

  14. I would love to see this movie. Both of my children are gifted and I think I can relate. It looks good.

    • I did not see the question before submitting this. Family is so important because that is all we have in life, be it your immediate family or your family of friends… We all need each other and the premise of this movie seems to be that need for this child to be given the best chance to succeed in life for who she is be that gifted or otherwise… The uncle seems so loving and exactly what the mother wanted for her child.

  15. Family is important as a continuation of a family line as well as support of one another.

  16. Family is always there for you.

  17. Family is important because they share your experiences and can relate to where you’ve been and what you’ve gone through. Not all family is perfect but there’s a connection regardless.

  18. Family is important to give you stability, love, support, value and guidance. Family teach us to love one another, to have an understanding of your heritage and overcome struggles. To be there for each other through life’s trials and tribulations and overcome our stuggles. You can always depend on your family to lean on.

  19. Sounds like a good life story dealing with the many complexities of raising a child that is gifted. Also, dealing with the many struggles of balancing the child’s gift and raising the child as a “normal” less gifted child.

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