DIVERGENT MOVIE PREMIERE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)

divergentCOMINGREELSOON.COM HAS 15 ADMIT 2 PASSES TO GIVEAWAY

Date: Tues March 18, 2014

Time: 7pm

Where: Emagine Novi

Giveaway Rules: To win passes TELL US ABOUT A SITUATION WHERE YOU FELT LIKE YOU DIDN’T FIT IN. IF YOU SEE “(CLOSED)” IN THE POST TITLE, THIS GIVEAWAY IS NO-LONGER AVAILABLE.

Synopsis: DIVERGENT is a thrilling action-adventure film set in a world where people are divided into distinct factions based on human virtues. Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) is warned she is Divergent and will never fit into any one group. When she discovers a conspiracy by a faction leader (Kate Winslet) to destroy all Divergents, Tris must learn to trust in the mysterious Four (Theo James) and together they must find out what makes being Divergent so dangerous before it’s too late. Based on the best-selling book series by Veronica Roth. (SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT) This film is rated PG-13.

15 Responses to “DIVERGENT MOVIE PREMIERE PASS GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)”

  1. Sheldon N. says:

    Once my wife was invited to a party at a friends house so we went not knowing that no other husbands would be there. So the whole evening I was forced to sit there with a house full of women talking about women stuff. Never again.

  2. Erik Thiele says:

    Being a private person and to have a big birthday party.

  3. Eddie strong says:

    I worked in a body shop as a teen. I felt like I was on the outside looking in, everyone listen to different music, watched different shows, had different life experiences. They could relate to each other but not to me.

  4. Steve says:

    When you glance around and realize you rae the oldest guy at the bar you are in…not a good feeling. Time to go elsewhere before you get handed your very own “creeper” card. ;-(

  5. Melissa Ingleston says:

    Only every single day of my life. Reading the books, I would never fit into one of the factions.

  6. David Green says:

    I walked into a restaurant, foriegn cuisine…I didn’t know what was in anything…or how to pronounce it. It was quite awkward.

  7. Leticia Martinez says:

    When I was single I tried to participate in the singles group of the church, really nice people but 60+. No my age group and they nicely told me to look for some other group.

  8. Varstarr Johnson says:

    Recently I took a class for Registered Nursing and I have been a Licensed Practical Nurse for seven years. The people in class talked so down on the job I’ve been doing so long that I thought that I would never make it as a RN because I feel sympathy and still think like an LPN despite my schooling and training.

  9. Sharon says:

    In high school I felt like I didn’t fit in a old soul in a young body

  10. Ara Brown says:

    In school when I was the only person of color.

  11. Jerome says:

    I use to hang out a lot but when I gave my life to Christ it all changed. The people I used to hang out with stopped talking to me and got attitudes. I would come into rooms and they would stop talking or change the conversation. So now I don’t try and talk to to them but I now hang out with people who accept me for person I have become. I pray that God would change their lives as he has changed mine.

  12. Linda N. says:

    I can’t even think of a time that I never fit in…..I guess because I’m social butterfly. 🙂

  13. Toni Dester says:

    There was a time when I felt I did not fit in at all. I spent 3 years living in New York City and then my parents moved our family all the way to Southern Indiana. The teachers and the kids said I talked too fast and had to slow down. The dress code was different and I felt left out of a lot of games the other kids played because I did not know them. But I survived. Toni

  14. Warren says:

    When I was in grad school, being the minority in my class was difficult because it always seemed like I was an outsider. In the end though, it all worked out and I was one of the top students in my class.

  15. alana walker says:

    When i joined a young adult choir at church and theywe’re all in the clicki felt like an outsider because I didn’t know them when they all were growing up.

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