WE HAVE MOVIE PREMIERE PASSES TO SEE “THE WAY WAY BACK”

LOOK WHAT WE HAVE! 50 movie premiere passes to give away!!

MOVIE: The Way Way Back

Date: July 3, 2013

Time: 7pm

Where: Royal Oak Main Art Theater

Giveaway Rules: To win passes, post a comment at ComingReelSoon.com on this films page telling us about a situation where you just didn’t feel like you fit in. The first 50 people to leave a post, will win passes to see this film. IF YOU SEE “(CLOSED)” IN THE POST TITLE, THIS GIVEAWAY IS NO-LONGER AVAILABLE.

Movie Synopsis: (Opening Exclusively at the Maple Art) It is the funny and poignant coming of age story of 14-year-old Duncan’s (Liam James) summer vacation with his mother, Pam (Toni Collette), her overbearing boyfriend, Trent (Steve Carell), and his daughter, Steph (Zoe Levin).  Having a rough time fitting in, the introverted Duncan finds an unexpected friend in gregarious Owen (Sam Rockwell), manager of the Water Wizz water park. Through his funny, clandestine friendship with Owen, Duncan slowly opens up and begins to finally find his place in the world – all during a summer he will never forget. (Fox Searchlight) This film is rated PG-13. http://www.foxsearchlight.com/thewaywayback/

24 Responses to “WE HAVE MOVIE PREMIERE PASSES TO SEE “THE WAY WAY BACK””

  1. Amanda says:

    I don’t feel like I fit in if I go to really rich areas where people have everything. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    achernandez711@yahoo.com

  2. ordered a small for a large wetsuit to go white water rafting..didn’t fit in..lol

  3. When my Mother and Father separated, I was relocated from Chicago, Ill. to Detroit, MI., except for family members I didn’t fit in and wanted to go back home.

  4. maria smith says:

    I was invited to a party and.was.overdressed.

  5. LETICIA BYRNE says:

    Went to a party…I was told it was dress to impress….when I arrived…people had cut off shorts on…I love dressing up….but looked like I was at the wrong party!!!

  6. Jennifer G says:

    went to a movie group of all 30 somethings and I’m 47

  7. shelli Lempert says:

    Never feel like you fit in when you start a new job!!!!

  8. patrice says:

    I felt like I did not belong when I was in the 6th grade. My parents moved us to Houston, TX in 1981. To come from Detroit, MI to Texas was such a shock for me. I did not fit in. I was advance academically but I had to sit back and wait for everyone to catch up. I had no friends. I never let my mother know we were unhappy. But one day during gym we had to learn line dancing and once I partnered up with folks people realized that I was a really good person and i was able to show them a few Motown moves and I learn the Achy Breaky.

  9. Mark says:

    Anywhere where you need to wear a tie…who wants to wear one of those suffocating things? If there is a place where you need to wear a tie, I don’t fit in (probably because I am not wearing one!).

  10. carolyn H. says:

    I went to four different elementary schools and mid fourth grade at the fourth school it was a transition to meet and get to know new friends all over again.

  11. Jon jacoby says:

    I knew I didn’t fit in when I went to a fund raising event but was not wearing semi-formal attire like everyone else there. Casual was not Cool at this event.

  12. Norma Hill says:

    In a few occasions during my career, I was the only African American teacher on staff. Although most welcomed me, there was always that faction that didn’t.

  13. ron says:

    when I worked afternoon there was nothing to do after work so I visited an after hour joint, I just felt out of place so I went home.

  14. Stephanie Rooks says:

    I was in Japan on my own, walking around a trendy area of Tokyo, when I came to a cross street with no traffic but a “Don’t Walk” light. I already didn’t fit in, being a tourist, but my every move was being watched by all. As a Westerner, we do things differently (read “break the rules”) and I believe they were all watching to see what I’d do…”will she or won’t she walk across the street without the WALK light??” (I didn’t…when in Rome…) 🙂

  15. Linlady says:

    Well I often times feel like I don’t fit in. Most of my friends like to go to parties and or clubs but I have always been a homebody. I have always been a shy person and kept to myself. Now that I am getting older, I realize that life is too short and I will have to experience new things and just enjoy life whether I fit in or not.

  16. Barbara Ravitz says:

    I went to a meeting where everyone there was talking about their trip, cars, and fancy houses. I am a middle class person who enjoys what I do and felt uncomfortable being in the company of people who have to prove themselves by bragging. At first I felt inadequate being in their company but later felt that they should feel uncomfortable with me because I am happier than they are.

  17. Tanisha Grimes says:

    I think everyone probably feels like they didn’t fit in their freshmen year of high school. New school, new people, puberty.
    I’d like passes please.

  18. pam lyons says:

    I didn’t fill like I fit in when I went to a wrestling match…I had no clue as to what was going on…ugh

  19. richard says:

    I felt like I didn’t fit in when I was the last one to learn how to tie my shoes.

  20. melissa says:

    The time when I felt like I didn’t fit in, was when I was in Summer Sleep away camp, and all of my bunk mates knew each other from school, and I didn’t know anyone. They all grew up in one city, and I grew up in another. They had friendships that were created, and I had to figure out how to “become friends” with the cool girls. It was the longest summer ever.

  21. Mark Bowker says:

    When I was 13 my family took a trip to South Carolina. 1st time I ever left Michigan and we stayed with a friends family on a farm. I felt so out of place and ended up spilling a whole plate of food on my lap for good measure

  22. Yolande Moore says:

    I remember in 6th grade getting in line when the school nurse came to check for lice. I was the only African American in the class. As I watched her check my classmates hair, I continued to move up in the line. When I got to the head of the line, she told me she didn’t have to check my hair. This is a moment where I felt like I didn’t fit in.

  23. Sara G says:

    I just never fit in with my own family. The youngest of 7 and 5 years younger than the next oldest. All the rest are 1-2 years apart.

  24. Liz says:

    Synchronized swim team at my university – I was/am a strong swimmer but these people were crazy fit! Over time I felt like I fit in more, though.

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