HEY CANADA! WIN DOUBLE PASSES TO AN ADVANCE SCREENING OF ‘VICE’!!!!

Posted in Giveaways/Contests, Movies by - December 09, 2018
HEY CANADA!  WIN DOUBLE PASSES TO AN ADVANCE SCREENING OF ‘VICE’!!!!

There are some stories that you just never expected to see on the big screen…

He was one of the most elusive and secretive minds in American political history, Richard (Dick) Cheney (Christian Bale).  The film tracks his rise from rural Wyoming electrical worker to being the defacto President of the United States.  Guided by his formidable and unfailingly loyal wife, Lynne (Amy Adams) and mentored by the brusque and blustery Donald Rumsfeld (Steve Carell), Cheney insinuated himself into the Washington D.C. fabric beginning with the Nixon administration, becoming White House Chief of Staff under Gerald Ford, and after five terms in Congress, Secretary of Defense for George H.W. Bush. In 2000, he left his position as C.E.O. of Halliburton to run as Vice President to George W. Bush (Sam Rockwell) with the implicit understanding that he would exercise almost unchecked control, a co-president in all but name.

Only director Adam McKay who brought us the story of the Wall Street crash in The Big Short bring us this story that is just so strange that it must be true.  Thanks to our friends at eOne Films we’ve got some double passes to advance screenings on Monday Dec. 17th in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Hamilton that you can win so you can see if before anybody else when it opens wide on Christmas Day.  Your chance to win simply couldn’t be easier.

E-mail us at [email protected] with your full name, ‘Vice-Your City’ in the subject header and the answer to the following question.  What was the name of the character that Christian Bale played in The Big Short?

The contest is open to all residents of the previously mentioned cities, one entry per household please and it will run until Friday December 14th at 11:59AM.  All winners will be informed after the contest has closed.

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