Oscar-nominated 'Get Out' to screen for free at Westbury theater

Peter Castro
February 17, 2018

Peele and "Get Out" studio parent Universal Pictures this week announced free screenings of Peele's horror satire, intended both to mark Black History Month and to thank audiences for helping it become a success.

On Monday, Feb. 19 Universal Pictures will offer a special screening of the horror thriller/social satire "Get Out". Each guest who requests a ticket the day of the screening-at a participating location-will be given one free admission to the 7:00 p.m. showing on February 19, up to theatre capacity. There is a reason that the movie is nominated for Best Picture and Jordan Peele is nominated as Best Director at the Oscars.

"It's been a year since Get Out opened in theaters".

Peele, a comedy veteran but first-time feature filmmaker, won for best screenplay and breakthrough director.

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One of the more popular and critically-acclaimed movies of 2017 will be in theaters again for free.

In celebration of the anniversary of its initial release, and its four Oscar nominations; you can see the film for free at these two metro Phoenix AMC locations on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visit www.GetOutOneYearLater.com for more information and a listing of the theaters participating. Using the hashtag #GetOutOneYearLater they want to know exactly how the films cultural impact and the Sunken Place means to you. The film is also rated 99 percent on Rotten Tomatoes tabulated from 300 reviews.

Hopefully, this will help the movie's chances of bringing home all of the Academy Awards it was nominated this year.

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