THE EAST MOVIE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)

COMINGREELSOON.com has 10 admit 2 passes to give away!!

MOVIE: The East

Date: Mondays – Thurs (excluding holidays)

Time: Anytime! This film is already showing and all you have to do is present your winning passes at the theater to see this film for free.

Where: Main Art Royal Oak

Giveaway Rules: ComingReelSoon will pick 10 lucky winners to see this film. Post a comment at ComingReelSoon.com on this films page telling us about a situation where your priorities changed so that you could accomplish a task. IF YOU SEE “(CLOSED)” IN THE POST TITLE, THIS GIVEAWAY IS NO-LONGER AVAILABLE.

Movie Synopsis: An operative for an elite private intelligence firm finds her priorities changing dramatically after she is tasked with infiltrating an anarchist group known for executing covert attacks upon major corporations.

19 Responses to “THE EAST MOVIE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)”

  1. David says:

    After the birth of my two daughters…It was time to make better decisions about my life. I did.

  2. ron says:

    when I got married quit a few of my priorities changed so that could accomplish more than one task.

  3. shelli Lempert says:

    When I had children, all my priorities changed from my wants and needs to only theirs!!!!

  4. megan says:

    Recently I had an episode at work where I broke down crying in front of my bosses boss, and I realized it was because I was embarrassed, and further dwelling helped me realize that my dad is the one who makes me so afraid to embarrass myself. Since I realized that, I’ve been able to relax when something stressful happens at work by thinking, everyone gets embarrassed, you have to remember that no one is making fun of you for it.

  5. shelli says:

    When I had children, all my priorities changed from myself to all their wants and needs!

  6. Leslie Hoffman says:

    Yes – children make us all managers. Not just because they come first, but also because we are always juggling the schedule to make it all happen. Then throw in the last minute notifications so we can change all the priorities for the day.

  7. Carl Wheeler says:

    A good example would be chores around the house. I may originally plan on doing an excellent and thorough job of house cleaning on any given Saturday. Next thing I know it’s much later in the day and I find I need to do a shabby job just to complete the task so I can go out for the evening.

  8. Dianne says:

    My priorities changed once children entered the picture. I left a job because a premature infant requiring extra care stressed the importance of being home instead of placing that responsibility with a babysitter.

  9. richard says:

    losing the lease on a building without being able to afford to relocate forced a complete change of focus

  10. Cyn says:

    Well when you get married you believe in happily ever after… yeah well maybe not so fast…Happy ever after happens after you back the Uhaul truck out of the driveway while he is at work and drive 600+ miles away!

  11. Tami Meilleur says:

    Priorities seem to change constantly with subtle shifts in every day life. At work when something new appears that must be done …the “other” hot rush item gets set aside and reprioritized. At home..when a relative needs your help and moves in…suddenly bills get shuffled and reprioritized to help them out.

  12. Nicole says:

    When they were cutting hours at my job I had to change my priorities by looking at other options to make up for the loss.

  13. Irene says:

    Changed my priorities when I got laid off my job.

  14. Chris Gx says:

    Happens all the time in management. I loved the challenged those situations presented.

  15. Barry says:

    I had to change prioritys when I had kids. Have you ever smelled a kids diaper? that alone would make you change prioritys!

  16. Barry says:

    I had to change prioritys when I had kids. Have you ever smelled a babys diper? uugghh that alone will make you change prioritys.

  17. Marlo says:

    As most people having a child is a life-changing event which requires your priorities to change. So when I was faced with the possibility of being out of work in an economic downturn while pregnant. I had to change my priorities and step out of my comfort zone to shift gears to consider a possible career change. I went back to school to pursue a degree in Nursing and although not completely finish I am seven credits away from applying to nursing school and although I was not laid off during that very stressful time I will always have a positive outlook on whatever my career path guides me because I have a Plan B! Having a child changed my priorities and allowed me to adapt to whatever my circumstances may be.

  18. Pamela Lyons says:

    Sounds like a very interesting movie.

  19. Nomadd75 says:

    I could of bought a larger house bit the school district was bad so I decided to buy a smaller house in a better school district.

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