The Kidd Has The List Off To See ARGO In Miami On Monday Night!!
The Kidd here...
Alright, ladies and gents. I've got the list of winners heading out to see an advance screening of ARGO on Monday night, October 8, at 7:30 p.m., at the Sunrise Intracoastal 8 in North Miami Beach.
This isn't an Ain't It Cool News exclusive, and has been overbooked to ensure a full house, so, if you want a good seat or to get in at all, I suggest you get there early to do so.
Emails are going out shortly with all your instructions for Monday night, so keep an out eye for them. If you haven't gotten anything by Monday morning, email me, and I'll get that info out to you ASAP.
Otherwise, here you go...
- Kevin Bosch (+1)
- Blake Caplan (+1)
- Leonardo Colloca (+1)
- Steven Coto (+1)
- Joey Di Girolamo (+1)
- Victor Dominguez
- Steve Farace (+1)
- David Guaico (+1)
- Michael Hammonds (+1)
- Mauricio Hawkings (+1)
- Alfonso Icochea (+1)
- Carlos Janer (+1)
- Jason Jeffers (+1)
- Nathaniel Klitsberg (+1)
- John Licona (+1)
- Dylan Mead (+1)
- Robert Miqueli (+1)
- Chris Munoz (+1)
- Alan Nowogrodzki (+1)
- William Osceola (+1)
- Rob Osborn (+1)
- Jeff Peterson (+1)
- Antonio Prado (+1)
- Damien Rahming (+1)
- Johann Reyes (+1)
- Marcy Roban (+1)
- Francisco Rodriguez (+1)
- Bradley Seldin (+1)
- Nicholas Sohn (+1)
- Richard Tommer (+1)
- Leilani Velazquez (+1)
- Stanford Warner Jr. (+1)
- Bill Wilson (+1)
- Jason Wooldridge (+1)
That's it. That's the list.
See you all on Monday night, and thanks to Warner Bros. for setting this up with us.
"The Infamous Billy The Kidd"
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Oct. 7, 2012, 12:41 p.m. CST
Yep. Get used to it. Not only is Argo really good, it's also the kind of movie Hollywood loves. Unlike, say, The Master.
Oct. 7, 2012, 1:53 p.m. CST
He certainly seems to have the chops for it. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see him win an Oscar someday.
Oct. 7, 2012, 2:56 p.m. CST
by Axl Z
Got word of a casting call in London..
Oct. 7, 2012, 4 p.m. CST
New pics of robocop are online, its ok to post the link?
Oct. 7, 2012, 7:59 p.m. CST
It's bad enough that Hollywood WWII movies made it look like the US won the war all by itself. Now Affleck takes history and slaps the real hero of this incident in the face by making it look like this was a CIA operation. The CIA were secondary partners. Ken Taylor and his Canadian crew were the true heroes. Shame on Affleck for this lie.
Oct. 7, 2012, 8:53 p.m. CST
Canada assisted with the fake passports, but it was the CIA that devised the plan to extract the people from Iran.
Oct. 8, 2012, 5:06 a.m. CST
It was a CIA operation, but it was iniciated by Canada, because they were the ones who told the US what was going on.
by albert comin
On account that the refugees were in the canadian embassador's house. But it was a CIA operation because the subjects were american citizens. No other organization other then the CIa would had jurisidiction about it. Canada was a partner on the operation, for obvious reasons.
Oct. 8, 2012, 5:09 a.m. CST
by albert comin
He is one of the best director working in Holywood. This is no exageration, merely a statement of fact. The joke is no longer on him. I'm a fan.
Oct. 8, 2012, 7:55 a.m. CST
Anybody catch the CBS Sunday Morning piece on "Argo"? Great stuff! John Goodman will be get a best supporting nod..
Oct. 8, 2012, 10:01 p.m. CST
by Mr Plinketts Half-Eaten Pizza Roll
Just got back from the Miami screening. Man those condo commandos are brutal with the cutting in line, trying to "reserve" seats in the theater, etc. But let me just say that this is my Best Picture of the year thus far. Affleck and crew have made a movie that immerses you in its time (1979). The camera work, color palette, etc. is just perfect for this movie. Casting -- outstanding. Besides the 6 Americans, all of whom turn in great performances, John Goodman and Alan Arkin just steal their scenes without chewing the scenery. Bryan Cranston is outstanding. Just a great movie in every way. One nitpick (courtesy of my father, who came to the screening). The paper cup that Affleck and Arkin were drinking out of wasn't made by Sweetheart Cup Company until the late 80s. This movie will be on everyone's top 10 list come year's end.
Oct. 8, 2012, 11:53 p.m. CST
Here is my issue: There are plenty of scenes in the movie that fall too strongly into typical hollywood fodder. Scenes like the disconnect from wife and kid, the drinking problem (though Affleck steers away from this well) the scene where he tells one of the Americans his real name, etc in order to convince him he is trustworthy, the the plane chase etc. The token good Iranian, all reek of cliche. I blame the writing, as the strongest parts were the parts that actually happened. But was that the point? Is it about how the CIA and film making are similar in their world creating, lying, and general BS? Maybe. In either case it is still worth watching and Affleck does a great job of lessening the cliched moments and making the world tense and realistic (enough). From BIFF (Busan International Film Festival)
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