The Place Beyond The Pines Movie Premiere Pass Giveaway (CLOSED) has 50 movie premiere passes to give away!!

MOVIE: The Place Beyond The Pines

Date: April 10, 2013

Time: 7pm

Where: Birmingham 8

Giveaway Rules: To win passes,tell us about a situation where you or someone you know had to make a tough decision to provide for their family. IF YOU SEE “(CLOSED)” IN THE POST TITLE, THIS GIVEAWAY IS NO-LONGER AVAILABLE.

Movie Synopsis:A motorcycle stunt rider turns to robbing banks as a way to provide for his lover and their newborn child, a decision that puts him on a collision course with an ambitious rookie cop navigating a department ruled by a corrupt detective.


24 Responses to “The Place Beyond The Pines Movie Premiere Pass Giveaway (CLOSED)”

  1. Amber says:

    I had to work 2 jobs starting at 7am and didn’t end till 11 4 days a week while I was a single mom plus work 2 other days from 11-10. It was rough but I had to do what I had to do to provide for my son.

  2. Roger R says:

    My father worked very long hours on the assembly line at Chrysler to be able to support the family in the way he wanted our lives to be. His work ethic wore off on me as I try to give my family what I had and more.

  3. D Richmond says:

    My grandfather moved to the USA from Eastern Europe leaving behind his wife and half of his children so he could build a life here in the USA to bring them over. Luckily, he was able to do so and several years later my grandmother and the rest of her siblings came here, too.

  4. bigstimage says:

    When we were first married, my husband transferred to the afternoon shift at work so that someone could be home with the baby while I worked during the day. We could not afford a daycare.

  5. Linlady says:

    Well, everyday is a difficult decision when trying to provide for your family. With the economy and paycuts, it’s a sacrifice to just even put food on the table….I know it has affected everyone that I know in some form or fashion.

  6. William says:

    My friend’s parents had to get second jobs and abandon their wish to move out of state after their daughter (my friend’s sister) developed a brain tumor, in order to help pay the mounting medical bills.

  7. carolyn H. says:

    My friends husband had to make the hard decision of becoming a truck driver to support his family which took him out of town a lot.

  8. Cheryl B. says:

    A friend gave up a job to go freelance and it turned out to be a good decision.

  9. Saphire says:

    My Husband had to try another job in Phoenix, needed a warmer climate because the winters were difficult. He ended up coming home since it was very hard to live so far away from family . Hard to leave and start up another career So we are still in Michigan>

  10. Rachel says:

    A friend of mine had to make a hard decision for his family when his job moved him out if the country. His kids were juniors and seniors in high school so he made the decision to be without his family for two years in order to provide for his family.

  11. Sandy says:

    Family member with chemo job and two kids in college

  12. Dianne says:

    When I decided to get married, I had to leave my job, my family and friends. Get a visa to move to a foreign country, pack up and move 250 miles away from family and familiarity to be with my new husband. We lived with his family for several years before we had enough saved to have our own place.

  13. Leslie Hoffman says:

    My husband changed careers when his boss in sales told him he wanted him to travel at least 80% of the time. He didn’t want to be away from the family that much, so he became a broker.

  14. scott lempert says:

    I know someone who had to take a 2 year job commitment in Korea and leave his family in Michigan!

  15. claudia keywell says:

    my friend had to pay her way through college.i worked two jobs to her and me make it.

  16. Irene says:

    My friend lost his job last year. He got a job in Chicago and started working during the week (M-F) and coming home to his family on the weekends.

  17. Carl says:

    I was invited to the NBA Finals one year but I declined the invitation so I could play taxi driver for my daughter which allowed my wife to stay at work to pick up some much needed overtime.

  18. Kim Trinh says:

    Re-finance my car to buy airfare for my siblings

  19. Pam Lyons says:

    I had to borrow money from my parents to get what I needed….that was a tough one.

  20. Diamond90210 says:

    I remember when my Sister, who happens to be a single Mom had to pick up a night job to help ends meet for her & her family.

  21. To go to college, work and do an internship all at the same time to get through school fast enough to provide for the family.

  22. Adam says:

    My Dad turned down an executive pay job at an auto company because it would keep him away from the family for weeks at a time. Instead he took a job working at home and had to work longer hours to make enough to provide for us.

  23. Karen says:

    My friend was offered two jobs, the first one was working as a mechanic and paid a set amount, but the other job involved working at a classy foreign car shop. It paid a lot more, but the work was not as regular as the first job. He took the mechanics job and has regretted it ever sence.

  24. Kent says:

    My friend workd for the airline and was transferred to a different base city in New York. He had to move there and take his wife and 5 children with him. I was a tough decision because the airline said that it might be only for a few months or permanent . He decided to relocate with his family.

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