That's right! The kind folks over at Phase 4 Films have given us the poster premiere for the comedy, The Freebie, opening September 17th. The film is about a young couple that decides to give each other one night in which they're free to find someone and have sex with them, no questions asked. This isn't a 'hey, if you ever meet George Clooney or Angelina Jolie, you're free to have sex with them' type of agreement. This is for real!
So what do you think? Are you a bit curious? Will you go see it when it comes out? Check here for complete The Freebie photos, videos, showtimes and tickets.
Fandango also got an exclusive interview with director and star Katie Aselton at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin earlier this year. Watch it here!
I've seen this movie and it has amazing depth and insight. The issues they face are ones every married couple has but are too afraid to talk about.
And this is not a big Hollywood production. It is a truly independent film made with the passion and dedication of every person working to make it a reality.
This film showcases the true power of the film medium. Support independent cinema!
I smell Oscar
What kind of a name is DAX?
Stupid Stupid Stupid... more stupid, and then some more stupid on top. This movie is retarded, I can tell you right now what the ending will be. In fact from the synopsis I can already tell the story lacks much depth. The only depth of this movie will probably be in the climax where either on person in the couple if no both, a. realize nothing is better then there sweetheart or b. don't have sex with anyone else because they can't find anyone they would rather have sex with then there significant other. that is the depth people have to look forward to this movie. Hollywood needs to stop producing these movies, and make something with real worth behind it.
Really? You see a poster and a synopsis and you already have this movie down pat?
This showed at the Seattle Int'l Film Fest this year and I heard good (not great) things about it. You're focus on the ending possibly being cliched or the story being without depth seems pretty closed-minded considering the fact that you haven't seen the movie.
I'm reserving any commentary on the film until I've seen it. I did hear that the interplay between the characters had a natural, improvised feel to it (along the lines of "Humpday" - a great comedy about an uncomfortable situation).
I just think it's pointless to bash or appreciate a film that you haven't even seen from start to finish.
Ugh...I misspelled your as you're...that's annoying.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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