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Free Advance-Screening Passes For ‘The Golden Compass,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ ‘I Am Legend’

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Free advance-screening movie passes. No catch.

Just click the link and RSVP. This week, we have passes for “The Golden Compass,” “Sweeney Todd,” “P.S. I Love You,” “I Am Legend,” “Atonement” and “The Bucket List”.

Nicole Kidman in The Golden Compass
Nicole Kidman in “The Golden Compass”.
Photo credit: IMDb

Snag your “The Golden Compass” pass!
Nov. 27 in New York
Nov. 29 in Los Angeles
Dec. 3 in Denver
Dec. 3 in Salt Lake City
Dec. 3 in Novi, Mich.
Dec. 4 in Los Angeles
Dec. 5 in Los Angeles
Dec. 5 in Orange, Calif.

Snag your “Sweeny Todd” pass!
Dec. 6 in South Miami
Dec. 6 in Orlando
Dec. 6 in Tampa

Snag your “P.S. I Love You” pass!
Nov. 28 in Washington, D.C.
Nov. 28 in Baltimore
Nov. 29 in Novi, Mich.

Snag your “I Am Legend” pass!
Dec. 12 in Birmingham, Mich.

Snag your “The Bucket List” pass!
Dec. 4 in Chicago

Snag your “Atonement” pass!
Nov. 28 in Denver

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