IBJ Movie Night: The Boys are Back

Want to win a pair of tickets to see "The Boys are Back"?

That’s Clive Owen’s upcoming film about a sportswriter
facing single parenthood. Directed by Scott Hicks ("Shine," "Snow Falling on Cedars"), it’s rated PG-13.
The screening is Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 7 at Landmark Keystone Art Cinema. (As usually, all the get-there-early warnings apply.)

Want
to go? This time, there’s no need to pick up the passes. I’ll be sending them to the winners electronically.

To enter,
you must:

1. Drop me an e-mail at lharry@ibj.com with "Boys are Back" on the subject line.

AND

2.
Leave a note here regarding about your favorite single parent in movies.

I’ll pick winners at random until the passes
are gone.

Need some ideas for starters?

How about Dick Van Dyke in "Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang," Christopher Plummer for half of "The Sound of Music," Rene Zellweger in
"Jerry Maguire," Larry Miller in "10 Things I Hate About You," Tom Hanks in "Sleepless
in Seattle," Diane Keaton in "Baby Boom," Toni Collette in "About a Boy," Joan Crawford in "Mildred
Pierce," or just about any animated adult in a Disney film?

Now let’s hear your thoughts.

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