Limited Free Passes to WOLF OF WALL STREET Boston Preview Screening

By at December 15, 2013 | 8:47 pm | Print

Wolf of Wall Street Teaser Movie PosterEven casual fans of Martin Scorsese’s films — if there is such a thing — have heard the buzz: Wolf of Wall Street may very well be Scorsese’s grand career masterpiece. Considering the guy has made Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, Raging Bull and The Departed, that’s one hell of a statement. The film has already caused a hubbub in the critical world, where a single Boston press screening resulted in: 1. roughly 1/3 of the community not being able to see it; 2. those that did going crazy for it, convinced that the film would have grabbed the top spot on both Boston critics groups’ year-end lists if more voters had seen it.

Now you can form your own opinion before the movie is released: Join us at a free Wolf of Wall Street preview screening this Thursday, courtesy your friends here at Meet In the Lobby.

EVENT: Wolf of Wall Street Preview Screening
DATE: Thursday night, December 19, 6:30pm
LOCATION: AMC Loews Boston Common 19

Here’s how to claim passes:
:: Click here to go to movie promotion website gofobo.com
:: At the top right, under “Enter RSVP code,” enter this: MEETMEGD
:: Then, right under that, enter the CAPTCHA code (under “What code is in the image?”)
:: From there, you’ll be directed to the Meet In the Lobby-sponsored giveaway page!

Passes are gonna go fast so if you check in and they’re already gone, our apologies. Quantities are super limited.

We gotta say it: Please note — By clicking through to the above link, you agree that Meet In the Lobby is not responsible for any problems or issues, technical or otherwise, with gofobo’s site, the number of available tickets to the screening, delivery or pick-up of tickets, and any issues that may arise at the location of the screening. Meet In the Lobby is simply forwarding information for readers to access tickets and has no further contribution to the promotion. But we’re still pretty cool.

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One Comment


  1. Justin Elvins, 3 years ago Reply

    This was a terrific film. My favorite of the year. Leonardo was outstanding.


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