Sunday, September 14, 2008


In October of 2005, I published the first Black Sheep Review. It was for Tim Burton's THE CORPSE BRIDE and it was mostly favorable. I didn't know what I wanted from my life at that time. I knew I loved the movies. I knew I enjoyed forming opinions on them and that a lot of people I knew looked to me for advice on what they should or shouldn't see. So I thought, maybe the whole world would one day come to me for advice. I don't know if I've reached the whole world but I have reached people all around the world in the 200 posts that have followed that first one. Black Sheep Reviews has changed my life, given me focus and grown a passion for film I never knew could be so grand. It has also brought me to you and if for nothing else, that needs to be celebrated.

Over the course of the next four weeks, Black Sheep Reviews will be giving away two double run-of-engagement film passes every Wednesday. All you need to do is answer the question related to the film pass being given away via e-mail and one lucky winner will be chosen at random from the correct entries. Please send all e-mails to (Please note that these passes are good only in Quebec.)

This week's films are BURN AFTER READING and LE BANQUET.

To win a double pass to LE BANQUET:

Sebastien Rose co-wrote LE BANQUET with another screenwriter. What is his name and what is his tie with Sebastien?

To win a double pass for BURN AFTER READING:

To which Coen brother is Frances McDormand married?

E-mail your responses to before Friday, September 19, at midnight and winners will be announced Saturday. Next week, two more passes will be given away so be sure to check back Wednesday morning.

Good luck and bon cinema!

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