Free Screenings of Get Out To Be Held On Presidents Day

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Jordan Peele's great 2017 thriller Get Out is celebrating its one-year anniversary with free screenings around the US on Monday, February 19 (Presidents' Day).

You can nab your free ticket to the Presidents Day screenings at AMC Empire 25 (234 W. 42nd St.) or AMC Village 7 (66 Third Ave.), among other locations. The film racked up four Academy Award nominations including nods for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay. Tickets will be first-come, first-served and can only be picked up in person at the theater box office, the day of.

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AMC will air "Get Out" for free in 55 theaters, including several in NY.

The horror film stars Daniel Kaluuya as Chris Washington, a photographer who reluctantly agrees to meet the family of his white girlfriend, Rose Armitage, played by Allison Williams. The re-release commemorates the one-year anniversary of Get Out, which was released February 24, 2017. There are plenty of gasp-worthy moments, and it's one of those films that reminds you of the power of sitting in a dark room with a group of strangers, experiencing something truly special all together.

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Some participating cities include Boston, Atlanta, Columbus, Dallas, New York and Los Angeles.

More information, and participating theaters, can be found here.

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