Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED – All passes have been claimed.
Go,See,Talk is partnering with LIONSGATE to give film fans FREE passes to a special Advance Screening of LAST FLAG FLYING.
Click the poster below and claim your ticket directly from the Lionsgate website!!
***Note: Use the following promotional link on the ticket page: GSTDTXLFF
This screening will take place on
November 8 at 7:30 PM
These passes are first-come, first-served so be one of the first people to register for your ticket. LAST FLAG FLYING opens in NY and LA on November 3rd. The film will platform and expand regionally on November 10th, 17th and 22nd.
Finally, as always, the ticket is not an assigned seat, just admittance to the theater. Be sure to arrive at least ONE hour before the screening if not earlier to help you secure a good seat. Thanks for your interest and hope to see you at the Cinema!!
In 2003, three decades after a tour of duty in Vietnam, soft-spoken New Hampshire family man Larry “Doc” Shepherd (Steve Carell) surprises alcoholic Former Marine Sal Nealon (Bryan Cranston) when he shows up at his bar in Norfolk, Virginia. Together they visit their formerly wild comrade-in-arms Richard Mueller (Laurence Fishburne) at the church where he now serves as pastor. Soon after, Doc reveals that his son, a Marine, has been killed in Iraq. He asks his two friends to accompany him on a road trip to attend the young man’s burial at Arlington Cemetery.
When the vets arrive at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware, where the remains have been sent, they meet the young Marine’s best friend, Lance Corporal Charlie Washington (J. Quinton Johnson), who casts doubt on the official story of how Larry Jr. died. Stunned by the news, Doc decides to bury his son near the family home in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Accompanied by Washington, the three vets escort the casket on a north-bound train, debating the existence of God, reminiscing about their tour of duty in Vietnam and revealing a dark secret that still haunt each of them. After a stopover in New York City, the men visit the mother of a fallen comrade in Boston, then proceed to Doc’s hometown, where Sal and Mueller don their dress blues as Doc says goodbye to his son for the last time. A thoughtful and moving road movie from Oscar®-nominated director Richard Linklater, LAST FLAG FLYING brims with humor, melancholy and regret as it examines the lasting effect of choices made in the crucible of war.