Office Christmas Party Passes

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In OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY, when the CEO (Jennifer Aniston) tries to close her hard-partying brother’s branch, he (T.J. Miller) and his Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) must rally their co-workers and host an epic office Christmas party in an effort to impress a potential client and close a sale that will save their jobs. The latest comedy from directors Josh Gordon and Will Speck (BLADES OF GLORY) co-stars Kate McKinnon, Olivia Munn, Jillian Bell, Rob Corddry, Vanessa Bayer, Randall Park, Sam Richardson, Jamie Chung, and Courtney B. Vance in the funniest movie of the holiday season.

Movie Scene Queen has your opportunity to attend a screening of Paramount’s OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY on Tuesday, December 6 at the AMC Waterfront 22 at 7:30pm.  Please comment with your favorite office party story.  I know you guys may think this is my full time gig, but I actually have a 9-5 and we have parties all the time.  We just had Thanksgiving dinner (it was really lunch) in the cafeteria and I never laughed so hard.  Some of my co-workers have really became friends and family.

Much Love,

Movie Scene Queen

Horrible Bosses 2 Passes

The most anticipated comedy sequel since 22 Jump Street is hitting theaters November 26th and Movie Scene Queen has TWO opportunities to see the movie before then.

Horrible Bosses 2

The follow-up to the 2011 hit comedy Horrible Bosses reunites Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as everyone’s favorite working stiffs: Nick, Dale and Kurt.  Jennifer Aniston and Oscar winner Jamie Foxx also reprise their Horrible Bosses starring roles, while Chris Pine and Oscar winner Christoph Waltz star as new adversaries standing between the guys and their dreams of success.  Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick (Bateman), Dale (Day) and Kurt (Sudeikis) decide to become their own bosses by launching their own business in Horrible Bosses 2.

The screenings will be held on Tuesday, November 11 and Wednesday, November 19.  Both screenings start at 7:30 PM in the Waterfront.

Please comment below with your desired date.

The GOFOBO code for November 11th’s screening: PMSQKZS0

Much Love,
Movie Scene Queen

We’re the Millers

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Deception is very tricky and it’s even tricker when you take a low budget stripper, a drug dealing 30 year old, a homeless teen girl, and a nerdy naive boy and try to turn them into an all-American family. We’re the Millers tells the story of one man’s desperate attempt to repay a local businessman. In return for being robbed of $40,000 worth of marijuana, which belonged to Brad Gurdlinger (EdHelms), David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) has to retrieve a big drug shipment in Mexico and bring it back to the United States safely.

David knew the only way he could successfully complete this mission was if he poses as a happy family on vacation. First, he has to find a convincible family. After a small search, he lucks up with a family that’s rough around edges but laced with grooming potential. His son, Kenny (Will Poulter), is really his next door neighbor who’s still a virgin and shy around women. His daughter, Casey (Emma Roberts) is really an alley-living street kid. And his wife, Rose (Jennifer Aniston), is really a stripper who needs an extra gig.

The family construction is the easiest part because once the deal goes bad, it’s up to the fictitious family to deliver the drugs and grab their monetary cut.

Jennifer Aniston has completely blossomed since her days as Rachel on Friends. She isn’t confined to her innocent roles anymore and she shows how flexible she is, literally, as she portrays an exotic dancer. Clearly filled with spontaneity and humor, Aniston made you believe she was a cheap stripper. In this movie, she is controversial, classic and lovable.

This movie has no filter for I’ve seen some things I’ve never even imagined. We’re The Millers is packed with dirty, sick jokes yet it warms your soul to see a fake family become a real one. We’re The Millers also plays a beautiful homage to the late, great member of TLC, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, by playing her rap verse from their 1994 hit, Waterfalls.

4 Stars: We’re the Millers is raunchy and provocative but much needed giggles from beginning to end!

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