DC Friends: See Hyde Park on Hudson early and free - Flixist

DC Friends: See Hyde Park on Hudson early and free

10:00 AM on 12.04.2012

Matthew Razak

Editor-in-Chief

We're on a roll of screenings in the DC area! It's super exciting, right? Today we've got passes to see Hyde Park on Hudson on Dec. 12. While Hubert didn't think it was the best movie of the year, it's definitely worth checking out simply to see Bill Murray deliver one of his better performances as FDR. You'll also get a healthy dose of hot dog history!

We have 50 admit-two passes for the screening that we'll be sending out over email. If you want to check out the movie just get in touch with us either in the comments below, on Twitter or on Facebook. Three easy ways to score tickets to the movie. 

Full screening details below. And, as always, remember that seating is first come, first serve.

Screening

Wednesday, December 12
7:30 pm
AMC Mazza Gallerie
5300 Wisconsin Ave. NW,
Washington, DC


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