THE DICTATOR MOVIE PREMIERE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)

COMINGREELSOON.com has 50 movie premiere passes to give away!!!

MOVIE: The Dictator

Date: Thurs May 10, 2012

Time: 7:00pm

Where: Palladium Birmingham

Giveaway Rules: To win passes, leave a post on this movies premiere pass giveaway page on ComingReelSoon.com telling us about a situation where you or someone you know risked their life for the benefit of something they cared about.

If you don’t receive a response, please refer back to the site to determine if the giveaway has been closed.

Movie Synopsis: The heroic story of a dictator who risks his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris, Jason Mantzoukas, Sir Ben Kingsley, and John C. Reilly. Directed by Larry Charles. (PARAMOUNT PICTURES) Rated R.

26 Responses to “THE DICTATOR MOVIE PREMIERE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)”

  1. Ani says:

    My father is a fire fighter. Therefore, he risks his life for something he believes in everytime he goes into a burning building to attempt to save the life of the people inside.

  2. Mark says:

    I have not been in a situation where I have had to actually put my life at risk more so than normal, but I have several people in my family who are both military and police officers. They, in the course of their lives, have risked it all for the benefit of the civilians. Everyday is another opportunity for thier lives to be taken for the benefit of someone they know and don’t know.

    I applaude their efforts of sacrifice everyday.

  3. Robert Martinez says:

    My mother helped slugged her sister out of Cuba by giving her a false passport and they both boarded the plane for America.

  4. Robert Martinez says:

    My mother helped slugged her sister out of Cuba by giving her a false passport and they both boared the plane to America.

  5. Adam swallow says:

    When I was 16 years old I went camping with my friends and 2 dads from my boy scout troop. We were trying to earn our hiking merit badge. We were hiking in the mountains with 2 dads and the three of us from troop 755. We had hiked about 10 miles when one of the dads started to feel ill. He was out of shape, and the high attitude had made his breathing erratic . He collapsed in the middle of the path and couldn’t continue. My friend Roger and I had to hike off the mountain until we could signal or find help. We didn’t know exactly where we were and we’re afraid to leave the safety of our group, thinking we might get into real trouble or worse yet, lost in the woods. When we finally reached a road we started walking until a car came by and stopped to help us. We gave the emergency crew our coordinates and waited for them to arrive. We had blazed a trail comming down off the mountain area and the emergency crew followed us back to the makeshift camp. By the time help arrived the dad was Fatigued and suffering from dehydration. Because of our courage and help we had saved his life. Needless to say, both Roger and I earned our hiking merit badges, but more importantly had saved the life of that dad. It really felt good to know we had survived and saved the day.

  6. My husband served in the Navy during Viet Name and I think that is it right there. Thanks

  7. jason guy says:

    My uncle gave his kidney to his son so he could live.

  8. Linlady says:

    The only person I can think of is my 86 year old father who was in the Military for 32 years. Him among all the men and women who are currently in the military sacrafice their lives for the United States every day.

  9. Samantha Williams says:

    I have always been very passionate about animals and during my time as an animal control officer I found that many times I was faced with the thought of putting my life on the line. Once there was a man who was starving and beating his dog. You could see it on her face that she could take no more torture or it would mean her life. I picked her up and placed her in my truck and hooked her up to an IV line. just then the man ran out with his gun demanding that I give his dog back. I refused knowing that this was her only chance to live. while trying to calm him down I called for backup. His gun still drawn on me. I continued her treatment until back up arrived. Her life is worth the fear of losing mine.

  10. Renie says:

    One of my friends rushed out in the street to rescue a puppy who was sitting in the road. Myles is now living happily ever after.

  11. Donald Bush says:

    THANKS to; my Father, Father-in-law, Uncle, and others in their generation the United States of America is still the greatest country in the world. They risked their lives during World War II to protect our freedom and the way of life we are so lucky to enjoy today.

  12. ron says:

    A few young man jumped into a pond to save a friend of mine not knowing that the pond was over 20 feet deep in the middle. They saved my friend but the youngest (18 years old) didn’t know how to swim so he drowned.

  13. Rick M. says:

    I can not give details of a specific sitituation or person, but can guarrantee you there are men and women who put on uniform with a U.S. flag on it everday and risk thier lives for what they believe in …”FREEDOM”…GOD BLESS AMERICA!

  14. Billy Joynt says:

    I didn’t really have a time that that happen
    Sorry

  15. Pam Lyons says:

    My mother (80 yrs old) ran up to the 2nd story of our house to wake my sister up because the house was on fire. My sister was hard of hearing so this added another level of difficulty. But she my mom was more concerned about her getting out safely too.

  16. Jon says:

    My Grandfather fought in the War to benefit the country.

  17. Gary Grossman says:

    My friend John risked his life to save other members of his platoon, nearly dying in the process and leaving himself permanently disabled.

  18. Dianne Bultz says:

    My uncle was an ambulance attendant for the city. He risked his life everytime he got a call. The stress of the job and the situations he had to deal with on a daily basis, were mind boggling. Some of the accident situations he came across were not very pleasant in the least. He saw it all! Bodies strewn about like dolls. It’s amazing he was able to do it as long as he did. If he saw someone in trouble, he always stopped to help. He was just that kind of guy.

  19. Regan M Bultz says:

    While serving in the US Air Force as a Non-Commissioned Officer in 2001, and when 911 happened, we were called to duty to protect all the citizens of the United States from any further terrorist attacks. Many lives were saved protecting a no fly zone on the Northeast borders of the United States at that time.

  20. scott lempert says:

    On a daily basis, organ donators risk their lives to help others!!!!

  21. Kara Adamson says:

    As I was driving home from school going the speed limit, with no interference a man walks out in front of me. I was going 30 m.p.h. and with my 1 second of thought was to sworve over to avoid killing or injuring the man, instead I risked my life not having tome to check if the next lane was clear, nor did I have the time> RISKEY

  22. Barry says:

    I risk my life everyday to make sure my kids have food on the table.

  23. Christopher says:

    I’m risking my life giving you my personal information for these movie passes! Ah crap!

  24. We once jumped out of our car into traffic to help someone who wiped out on his motorcycle. While it wasn’t someone we personally knew, we care about everyone we meet, and I’m trained in first aid and CPR. Luckily, he made it.

  25. ryan ravitz says:

    I ran out in the middle of a bust street to save my puppy a long time ago

  26. Gini Winer says:

    Our military risks their lives every single day for us….I am and will be forever grateful for all that they do.

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