See Gangster Squad early and free

Jan 03 // Matthew Razak

Passes for Baltimore, DC and Norfolk

Good gangster movies are few and far between, but Gangster Squad looks like it's going to nail it. After a plethora of delays thanks to a scene involving a movie theater shooting we're finally getting the chance to see James Brolin, Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling wear fedoras and shoot tommy guns. Not to mention Emma Stone vamping it up like none other. And you lucky readers get to see it even earlier.

We're giving away passes to screenings in Washington, DC (Jan. 7), Baltimore (Jan. 8) and Norfolk (Jan. 7). If you're interested just head over to and put in the top secrete codes below and you'll get a pass for two to the screening. Just remember that these passes get you in, but hey don't reserve you a seat so make sure you're there early.

Codes and screening info below.

Washington, DC 

Monday, January 7
7:00 PM
Regal Gallery Place
701 7th St NW, Washington, DC



Or DC direct link:  



Tuesday, January 8
7:00 PM
Cinemark Egyptian
7000 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover, MD


Baltimore Code: FLXTYWNJ

Or Baltimore direct link:



Monday, January 7
7:00 PM
Regal Macarthur
300 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk, VA

Norfolk Code: FLXTLS12

Or Norfolk direct link:


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