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RSVP - NYC SUPER ADVANCED Screening - Red Dawn - 5.1.12 (CLOSED)

Submitted by tom on April 28, 2012 - 9:57am


 

Red Dawn

Red Dawn Screening RSVP
Studio RSVP

Red Dawn Screening: Official RSVP

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 1st at 6:00 PM
Location: Manhattan, NYC
Number of Available Tickets: 300 Admit 2s

Please click here to review the RSVP Process and learn how you can get passes for this screening.

So how do you get tickets?
Passes for this screening will be emailed to 300 random Cinemit members who successfully RSVP. To RSVP, you must respond to this RSVP post with an answer to the following question:

What is the best or worst aspect of being a teenager?

Red Dawn
Red Dawn at the IMDb
In Theaters November 2nd
Directed by: Dan Bradley
Written by: Carl Ellsworth, Jeremy Passmore, Kevin Reynolds (1984 movie) and John Milius (1984 movie)
Featuring: Chris Hemsworth, Isabel Lucas and Josh Hutcherson
Plot: A group of teenagers look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers.
Trailer: Not yet available.

SxySpanishStud10's picture

For myself, it was learning to drive...it gave me such an exhillirating feeling of freedom!


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chrismckit's picture

Thinking that you know everything and then realizing that you don't!


stephanie.rivera716's picture

living life without worries


fgilbert515's picture

lack of financial independence


patrod03's picture

the acne.


kdrloh's picture

Best is being able to get away with mistakes you cannot get away with later on in life. Worst is that awkwardness and not actually knowing anything about life yet.


zlade's picture

taking things for granted


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Mara1774's picture

Best part of being a teenager is being young and carefree with not a worry in the world and the worst part would be pimples, teen love issues, and trying to be accepted by your peers.


vivian0o's picture

No money Sad


brooklynmak's picture

the courting/flirting is great and a nightmare at times


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shyguy's picture

Having your dreams crushed by over controlling parents and financial needs.


kingdal's picture

The best part is having no worries so you are able to do things and not wonder how it will affect you tommorrow, the worst part is having curfew and having to ask for permission to hang out with friends


ctsp415's picture

The best is you don't have major responsibilities, the worst is you are expected to be responsible.


lucas rivers's picture

Finding yourself early in life.


Dali Montez's picture

BEST BEING CLASS REP/PARTY
WORSE ACNE LOTS LOTS OF COVER UP


hilda.soto's picture

Not having responsibilities and exploring new things


gkolitsopoulos's picture

The best part is not having all the responsibility of life. For the most part you can have a care free time until you hit college and work.


pobrien's picture

no freedom!


MINHNYC's picture

peer pressure


skyecrick's picture

Your best friend stabs you in the back. Get to hang out with all of your friends and do activities.


Margarita's picture

The best thing of being a teenager is when you could move out with your sister to be indepentdent.


efactorygirl's picture

the best is the minimal responsibility and the worst is being treated like a child.


jacreda's picture

Life is responsibility free.


amabra2's picture

I think the best is having goals and dreams and the worst would be having no one to support your aspirations! But I am a parent!


myicicle's picture

Being confused


myicicle's picture

Being confused


babyluvs2121's picture

The best part of being a teenager was learning from my mistakes
The worst part was having to get pass them.


lucasrivers's picture

Old enough to think not old enough to drink.


sli4's picture

worst aspect - actually being a teenager! ha


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szdancer's picture

No responsibilities......going out and enjoying my youth.


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