Free Drive In Screening of The Goods. Live Hard, Sell Hard!*CLOSED*

The_Goods_Live_HardEnter to win advance screening passes for you and your friends to see “The Goods. Live Hard, Sell Hard”

THE FILM OPENS NATIONWIDE ON AUGUST 14, 2009.

Screening will be held on on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 9:00PM at the I-70 Drive-In (8701 East 40 Highway • Kansas City, MO 64129). Each pass is for one carload of people.

Wanna win passes? It’s easy, just tell us your favorite drive in moment.
Bring the pass and arrive early! Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes do not guarantee seating. Theater is overbooked to ensure capacity.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Winners randomly selected. Limit one pass per entry. Pass admits one carload of people.

Passes can be found at Film Metro!

Drive In Moments:

lol, when i was a kid my parents would find showings that had a fun movie first, then an adult one afterward. i remember they would tell me to go to sleep after the first flick, but i would peak through the seats to watch anyway. that’s how i ended up with nightmares for years after seeing ‘aliens’ back in the day!! -Rachael Edwards

Sneaking off into the bushes with some beer from my dads cooler, with his best friends daughter.-Mike Fournier

I remember going to the drive-in with my niece and nephew to see “The Empire Strikes Back”. The three of us got in the back of my sister’s wood-paneled station wagon for our viewing pleasure. We had an awesome time… so much so that we passed out cold before the second feature.-Ruth Ann Swartz

Sittin in the back of a truck, grilling on a beautiful summer night with a bunch of buddies.-Scarlett Davis

Pick any from the eighties as a child. My grandfather had MS so going to the drive in was the easiest way for him to see films at the time. I have vivid fond memories of going to KFC to get some chicken nuggets and head to the drive in with my grandma and grandpa. I recall seeing Beverly HIlls cop at the drive in. It was awesome. Ever time I go to the drive in it makes me feel a little like I did as a child with my Grandpa and Grandma.- John Coovert

About Ryan Davis

Ryan is the Founder of Lost in Reviews, a member of The Kansas City Film Critic's Circle, and a key component in the movement to digitally restore the 1986 classic film The Gate. Ryan is also the co-host of Blu Monday a DVD and Blu Ray review show which Lost in Reviews co-founder Angela Davis also appears. While he may be a film and music snob, that doesn't mean you can't be friends. Well it could if you don't like the same bands or films he does, overall it might be best to avoid the subject all together.

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