See Jenny Slate's Obvious Child Before Anyone Else For Free!

By Kristy Puchko 2014-05-27 08:57:46discussion comments
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Earlier this year, the outrageous comedy Obvious Child made waves at the Sundance Film Festival. Now, ahead of its limited release, this Jenny Slate vehicle will be playing especially for fans. For free. And you can get in on the action!

In conjunction with A24 films, Cinema Blend is hosting a series of special screenings of Obvious Child all across the U.S. If you live near Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, San Diego, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Scottsdale, Austin, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle or Washington D.C., we have a screening for you! And you have to do is be among the first to sign up at Gofobo.

Once you elect a city, Gofobo will sharewhen that venue's Obvious Child screening will take place. If you can make it, click the Get A Pass button, and you and a guest will be set to see the comedy that has critics raving. Please note, Obvious Child is R-rated, so no one under the age of 17 will be admitted without a parent or legal guardian. You may only request one pair of tickets for this giveaway.

Check out what all the buzz is about, watch the wacky rom-com's trailer below:



Based on the short film of the same name Obvious Child stars Jenny Slate as Donna Stern, a stand-up comedian struggling to make sense of life, love and adulthood in Brooklyn. A Valentine's Day goes off the rails with a weird but wonderful hook-up that results in Donna getting pregnant. She decides an abortion is the best option. But before she commits, Donna opts to track down her could-be baby-daddy. It's a love story that's daring to be very, very different.

Some critics are calling this Jenny Slate's star-making turn. And it's been a long time coming, with the comedienne plugging away on Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Jimmy Falon, Bored to Death, Kroll Show and Parks and Recreation, where she memorably played Jean-Ralfio's trainwreck of a sister, Mona-Lisa. She doubled our joy, when we didn't think such a thing was possible. So, we're on board for Obvious Child. How about you?


Get your tickets now!


Obvious Child Poster

Obvious Child opens in limited release June 6th.
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