Free At-Home Screening: ‘Boogie’ Movie Screening

Boogie Movie

Miss going out to see movies? You’re not alone! We do too! But we have some good news!

We have 40 passes to give away to a virtual screening (at-home screening) of Focus Features’ Boogie, which will open in select theaters nationwide on Friday, March 5.

Because this is virtual, it’s open to all FanBolt fans located in the U.S. – All you need to do to enter is:

We’ll be giving away (40) passes to the screening (which will take place on Thursday, March 25 at 7pm EST, and we’ll be picking winners randomly from the comments below. So post below – and you’ll hear from us by Friday, March 19, if you’ve won!

Boogie Movie Screening Info:

Winners will receive an email from us by end of the day Friday (March 19), with more details. Email instructions will be sent to the email address you used in signing up for FanBolt and commenting below. Also, be sure to check your spam and promotions folder – and mark our email address ([email protected]) on your whitelist!



March 5, 2021 – Select Theaters Nationwide


The film follows a young Chinese-American basketball phenom who struggles to balance the expectations of his immigrant family with his own dreams of becoming a player for the NBA.

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  1. I would like to see this movie at home. My son was the one that told me about this movie and he really like to see it. Hope I could be able to get the screening for i could surprised him with it. Thank you and God bless… Stay safe

    1. I would like to see this movie at home. My son have ask and would love to see this and I would like to surprise him with it. We could watch this as a family and enjoy it while we stay safe at home and enjoy a great movie thanks and God bless

  2. I enjoy basketball and understand what it’s like not to meet your family’s expectations. I like a movie that shares a story that people can relate to, even if the story isn’t exactly their own.