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The Kidd Lays Down The Law On Who's Going To The South Florida Advance Screening Of DREDD 3D Next Week!!

The Kidd here...

Alright, South Florida... you have been judged accordingly, leading me to this list of winners who are heading to the Cobb Dolphin 19 in Miami on Monday night with the opportunity to see DREDD 3D.

I just saw the flick the other night and... well, there's plenty of violence to go around for all of you.

Remember... this isn't an Ain't It Cool exclusive, so get there early in order to not only get a good seat, but to make sure you get in period. 

If you made the cut, expect an email soon enough with all your ticket pick-up instructions. 

Here we go:

  • Carl Boehm 
  • Tom Breh
  • Martyne Brotherton
  • Ana Cabrera
  • Anthony Carbone
  • Jayro Castro
  • Daniel Constantino
  • Michael Constantino
  • Alex Cura
  • Joshua Durden
  • Adam Ellis
  • Paul Fox
  • Michael Gonzalez
  • Felix Hernandez
  • Jason Hunter
  • Daniel Jackson
  • Nathaniel Klitsberg
  • Edward Konawicz
  • John Leinicke
  • Salvatore LoPresti
  • Jason Madrid
  • Natacha Madrid
  • George Marquez
  • Candace McAfee
  • Ryan McCullough
  • Heath McKnight
  • Stuart Mohr
  • Jesse Moore
  • Antonio Navarro
  • Rafael Oliveira 
  • George Paz
  • Mauricio Perilla
  • Dale Rausch
  • Ryan Thayil
  • Steven Torres
  • Shannon Wendlick
  • Jason Wooldridge
  • Daniel Yero

That's it. That's the list. 

See you Monday night.


-Billy Donnelly

"The Infamous Billy The Kidd"

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  • Sept. 7, 2012, 10:01 a.m. CST


    by Jesse

    See you guys there!

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 11:34 a.m. CST

    It's definitely well worth seeing

    by cushing1967

    I saw it today here in the UK and the film is excellent Comparisons to The Raid are there I suppose but there's a much different vibe to the film - in fact it reminded me of early John Carpenter quite a lot. It's violent, it's funny in a few places - but uses taciturn one liners (sparingly) rather than the satire of the comics - which would not fit in with this particular tale which is very much a day in the life. The lack of futuristic vehicles and costumes does still play with me a little bit but as most of the film is set in a slum building it's largely a moot point to be honest. The budget has been incredibly well spent and to pay more for trappings would have been a mistake I think. The acting is all very good and the direction - specifically the slo-mo scenes are pretty astounding actually, it's a heightened reality rather than everything slowing down and it gives the scenes a feeling of primal beauty. Yeah. It's as far away from the 95 film as you could get and it really does work.

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 12:01 p.m. CST


    by gruemanlives

    THE SWANE +1000000

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 12:12 p.m. CST

    Oh yea!

    by eru_the_one

    this is my first advance screening, ever. So I'll be there early to get my seat. Thank god for vacation or else this wouldn't have happened.

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 12:29 p.m. CST

    America F-Yeah!

    by Mr Plinketts Half-Eaten Pizza Roll

    Thanks B-T-K for another great SoFla screening. The Angry Weston Lawyers will be at Dredd on Monday. Rock on Billy.

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 12:35 p.m. CST

    Just got back from watching Dredd...

    by Wu-tan Monkey

    for me, this was probable the best comic book inspired movie I've seen all summer. Yes, better than all the lacklustre offerings from the major hollywood studios that used both DC and Marvel's source characters. Support this movie by going to the cinema and watching it. We need to give Alex Garland and the rest of the Dredd team our support so that we can get some sequels with bigger budgets.

  • Sept. 7, 2012, 2:27 p.m. CST

    Seen it this afternoon in the UK

    by GordyDuffNI

    Enjoyed it immensely, the central plot device is identical to The Raid, though I soon forgot about it as the tone, look etc of the film is completely different. Not being a huge fan of 3D I was surprised that my jaw actually dropped a few times during the slo mo sequences at just how astonishing they where, especially Ma Ma's introduction and a sequence towards the end which elicited gasps from the audience... See it on the biggest, and loudest screen possible, unlike many big budget action comic book adaptions you can tell the makers loved the source material...

  • Sept. 8, 2012, 7:41 a.m. CST

    Seen it,love it.

    by RocketFuckingMan

    Saw it on Friday afternoon.Everything I could have hoped for and more.If you like Escape from New York,Robocop and District 9 you will love this.I enjoyed it more than Dark Knight Rises.They just don't make BADASS

  • Sept. 8, 2012, 7:42 a.m. CST


    by RocketFuckingMan

    Just don't make BADASS films like this any more. Can't wait to see it again.

  • Sept. 8, 2012, 8:38 a.m. CST

    Just got back from seeing it....

    by BiggusDickus

    Kudos to all involved, they nailed the tone brilliantly. The comparisons to 'The Raid: Redemption' will be made, but other than 'good guys have to get to top of block full of bad guys', that's as far as it goes. Loved how they put this together on a mere $40 million. It shows in places, but the 3D works surprisingly well and there's no fat at all on the running time. In short, the guy above who compared it to an early Carpenter film is spot on - it's that kind of vibe. Violent, gritty and well worth your time and money. Roll on a bigger budget sequel!

  • Sept. 8, 2012, 10:57 a.m. CST

    Holy fuck

    by Wyrdy the Gerbil

    now thats how you do a Judge Dredd film...a bit similar to The Raid sure but its not a copy and using Anderson(not in Psi division) as a rookie training with Dredd worked like hell,the films getting a lot of great reviews and deserves them all

  • Sept. 9, 2012, 9:38 a.m. CST

    What got the most votes for a reboot?

    by akirakid

    I'm just curious to see what everyone thought needed the reboot. A top 5 vote getter list would be really awesome Billy! And thanks for the passes.