Win tickets to the crazy Hurricane Heist movie

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Do you know what I love? Movies, duh! However, I specifically enjoy crazy silly movies. There is a huge market out there for them, what with movies like Sharknado hitting its fourth sequel, and people still watching them! In that vein, we have a crazy fun movie called Hurricane Heist for our readers in Cape Town (sorry JHB, every time we have a screening for you, very few people rock up. No clue why). What is it about? Let’s have a look:

A crew of thieves plans the ultimate heist, to steal $600 million from the U.S. treasury facility located on the Gulf Coast of Alabama using a hurricane as their cover. When the storm blows up into a lethal CATEGORY 5 and their well-made plans go awry, they find themselves needing a vault code known only by one female Treasury Agent, a need that turns murderous. But the Treasury agent has picked up an unlikely ally, a meteorologist terrified of hurricanes but determined to save his estranged brother kidnapped by the thieves. He uses his knowledge of the storm as a weapon to defeat the bad guys in this non-stop action/thriller.

That looks like some mental fun! If you want to join us while watching it, we’re giving away some double tickets to the screening. Here’s when and where it will be happening.

  • Screening Date: 21st June
  • Location: Cape Town – Canal Walk
  • Time: 19:30
  • (Popcorn and soda will be provided free)

Enter below for the screening in Cape Town, but please note: One entry per valid email. We will be drawing the names of the lucky winners on Thursday, 14 June.

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As we normally do, we’ll ask our loyal readers to string a sentence together for the usual ‘You review the movie’ piece afterwards, so you can get your name online as well.

We can’t wait to see you guys on the night, and a big thank you to our partners at Empire Entertainment for making this happen. You rock!

Last Updated: May 23, 2018

Nick Reay

I have been an avid fan of movies ever since I discovered Santa Clause wasn't real, a day marked in my memory by my first viewing of It's a Wonderful Life, which wasn't so wonderful that day. Since then I've watched thousands of movies and even fooled my parents into putting me through uni to get a degree in the subject. I first started writing as a journalist for The South African Newspaper before moving onto communications for an NGO trying to save the planet. Unfortunately my recommendations to the CEO that we should all don rings imbued with the powers of earth, fire, wind, water and HEART went unheard. Now I pretend the end isn't nigh by hiding in movies.

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