I know most of you will skip this part and go straight to the “competition rules” or “how to enter” so I’ll make it easier by having the rules first, followed by the movie plot, compliments of Wikipedia.
How to enter:
We all need time out from adulting and I personally love watching cartoons. If you can relate, tell me the name of your favourite cartoon/animation (old or new)in the comments, follow my page on Facebook, Miss Pretorius, IG @miss_pretorius_ and Twitter @Miss_Pretorius. Then follow Ster-Kinekor on above-mentioned platforms as well, easy as that.
Terms and conditions:
Kindly complete all above steps (I’ll check) and don’t forget to comment your favourite cartoon here or on my Facebook post. Tickets are valid for all Ster-Kinekor regular cinemas and I’ll choose 5x winners with your +1 (because who wants to watch a movie alone?) This competition closes on Wednesday 26 April 2017 (because I’m not working on Thursday so no wifi) and I’ll announce winners at 12h00 so you can watch it on yet another public holiday.
“A man named Timothy Templeton (Tobey Maguire) tells a story through his imaginative point of view as his seven year old self (Miles Christopher Bakshi) who lives his days having fun with his parents, Ted (Jimmy Kimmel) and Janice (Lisa Kudrow), and wishes it to be just the three of them forever. However, one day, Tim is surprised when a business suit-wearing infant shows up in a taxi at his house and Ted and Janice proudly call him Tim’s little brother. Tim is envious of the attention the baby is receiving, not to mention suspicious when the infant acts odd around him, but his parents, being blind to the baby’s eccentric behavior, try to convince him that they will grow to love each other.
Soon, Tim learns that the baby can talk like an adult (Alec Baldwin) and he introduces himself as “The Boss Baby”. Seeing an opportunity to be rid of him, Tim decides to record a conversation between him and other toddlers who are over at Tim’s house for a meeting (under the guise of a playdate by the parents) to do something about how puppies are receiving more love than babies. The Boss Baby and the other infants catch Tim with the recording and after a chase scene throughout the backyard and the house, the tape is terminated after The Boss Baby threatens to tear up Tim’s favorite stuffed animal, Lam-Lam. With no evidence to support him, Tim is subsequently grounded by his parents for his actions during the chase between him and the infants.”
PS. Wikipedia has the entire movie plot online, which is a spoiler but hopefully you’re too lazy to read and enter instead to watch it 😉 The cast is a real who’s who of funny with Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe from Friends) so I’m sure you’ll laugh quite a bit. Age restriction is 6+ so if you want to take your child with, you can do so.