My first IMAX movie was Disney’s Beauty and the Beast when I was 17 years old. I wanted to see it because it was also the first movie I saw in a theater. I haven’t been back to an IMAX since, but with the release of the latest Superman movie right around the corner, I have a feeling that is going to change.
In honor of both Father’s Day and the release of The Man of Steel on June 14th, IMAX has given us the chance to give away two tickets to the IMAX movie of your choice.
What’s the big deal about IMAX? Unlike traditional screens, there’s no frame on an IMAX screen. It’s a wall to wall and floor to ceiling show. The screen is curved to give you an excellent view of the film no matter where you sit. It’s not just the screen that’s different either. The way the auditorium is set up also allows a better viewing experience.
Entering is simple…leave us a comment telling us which one of Superman’s powers you wish you had and why. You might win a set of two IMAX tickets.
All entries must be in by 11:59 p.m. ET on June 9th to be eligible to win.
Make sure you use a valid email address and one that you check regularly so we can contact you if you win. The winner will be notified on Monday, June 10th via email. Prizes must be claimed by Wednesday, June 12th or they will be forfeited to another reader.
I’ll get the ball rolling. I wish I could fly, because I think it would be nice to fly away when I need a break from the world around me.
Your turn. Which power of Superman’s do you wish you had and why? We want to hear all about it.
Each Hollywood Movie Money certificate is valid for one IMAX admission (up to $21.00 total) to see any IMAX film at any showing including those designated as “no coupons, no passes” in local theater listing guides at participating IMAX theaters. Your reward code is valid through 12/31/2013. Certificates expire on one month from online code activation. If lost, they cannot be replaced.
I was given free tickets in exchange for setting up this giveaway. That doesn’t hinder my opinion that IMAX is a great theater experience and the only way I would see The Man of Steel in theaters.