Captive Passes

For 10 lucky winners, you’ll have a chance to join Movie Scene Queen this Thursday to see Captive, which opens nationwide September 18th, before the rest of the world…

Captive film poster

CAPTIVE (PG-13), based on a miraculous true story that drew the attention of the entire nation, is the dramatic, thrilling, and spiritual journey of Ashley Smith and Brian Nichols. After being taken hostage by Brian in her own apartment, Ashley turns to Rick Warren’s inspirational book, “The Purpose Driven Life,” for guidance.  In reading from the book, Ashley not only finds purpose in her own life, but helps Brian find a more peaceful resolution to a harrowing situation.

For one-night-only, WHAT IS CAPTIVE: NIGHT OF PURPOSE, will take place on Thursday, September 17 beginning at 7:00 PM in the Waterfront.  These are guaranteed box office tickets.

Please comment below with your favorite moment of any cast member.  You have a few people to choose from- – David Oyelowo, Kate Mara, Jessica Oyelowo, and Michael K. Williams.  I love…I repeat…I love Michael K. Williams.  He’ll have the smallest roles in a movie or TV show.  But, to me, it’ll be the most important character.  HBO series The Wire was the best HBO TV show behind The Sopranos.  Williams, who played the thugged out drug thief, Omar, was a certified gangster.  And he was a master whistler.  What gangster you know whistles after stealing your whole stash?  🙂

Much Love,

Movie Scene Queen

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  1. David Oyelowo in Red Tails and The Butler ( only because I haven’t seen Selma yet 😔) and Michael K. Williams in Bessie as Jack

  2. I loved Michael K. Williams as Chalky White in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. He could be ruthless but he also would do anything for those he loved. Michael’s role in HBO’s Bessie was also good. Michael played a supporting role in The Road which I thought was an excellent movie.

  3. This quote made me a huge fan of Michael K Williams

    My only goal is to stay focused on my craft and make sure my life is as sharp as it can be to attack any character that is given to me.

    Michael K. Williams

  4. Michael K. Williams as resistance fighter Carmelo Jones in “The Purge: Anarchy” (2014), David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr. in “Selma” (2014), Jessica Oyelowo as Princess Margaret in “Churchill, The Hollywood Years” (1998), and Kate Mara as Hayden McClaine on FX’s “American Horror Story” (2011)

  5. I am not sure where to start most of us know him by the recent work but I have been a fan in I think it was 2001 where 4 boys tried everything to get money to be dj’s. One of the characters in the movie was named Jesus and he would say. You gotta have faith in Jesus!!!!! Classic he was also excellent in the help, derailed, most violent year, and the paperboy which was also directed by Lee Daniels. Daniels and Oyelowo have a great chemistry together. I would love so see this movie.

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