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See the Hottest Summer Blockbusters for FREE with the Scotiabank SCENE Visa Card

Scotiabank Scene Visa cardScotiabank’s SCENE Visa card provides new cardholders with 5,000 4,000 SCENE points (that means five four free movies) as a welcome bonus when you spend $500 in the first three months. Sign up for the card today and stroll on in to these summer blockbusters for FREE.

 

THE EMOJI MOVIE (July 28th)

Gene (T.J. Miller) and Hi-5 (James Corden) in Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s THE EMOJI MOVIE.

Gene (T.J. Miller) and Hi-5 (James Corden) in Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s THE EMOJI MOVIE.

This family-friendly film takes everyone’s favourite way to communicate sans words – the emoji – and somehow manages to make an animated feature out of it. Inside our smartphone lies the bustling city Textopolis, where the emojis live. All the emojis have just one facial expression, except Gene, who is determined to lose his ability to make multiple facial expressions and learn to be just like the rest of his emoji friends. You never thought you’d hear Patrick Stewart voice the poop emoji, but this movie is here to bring you exactly that.

DETROIT (August 4th300x225_detroit-movie-scotia-scene-article

Based on the true story of the Detroit riots in the summer of 1967, the immensely talented Katherine Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty) brings this historic drama to the big screen. Released to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the racially charged event, it covers the Algiers Motel incident–where three black men were beaten to death by police, and seven more ended up in the hospital, along with two white women. It won’t be an easy watch, but it will be the film everyone is talking about this summer.

THE DARK TOWER (August 4th300x200_the_dark_tower-scotia-scene-article

Stephen King’s epic best-selling series comes to the big screen in The Dark Tower, staring Idris Elba as the famed last Gunslinger, and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black. The two are locked in an eternal battle, in which the Gunslinger must prevent the Man in Black from destroying the Dark Tower—the one thing holding the entire universe together. This is the sci-fi fantasy film King fans have been waiting a long time for, and it will likely be the first in a long line of films based on this series of novels.

ANNABELLE: CREATION (August 11th300x189_annabell-creation-scotia-scene-article

Horror fans will be happy to spend more time with Annabelle, the bone-chillingly creepy doll we first learned about in The Conjuring. The first Annabelle film was so successful that they came back with this one, telling her origin story. If you always wanted to know how a little girl’s spirit became trapped in a doll, and why that doll turned evil, this is your opportunity. It’s also filled with plenty of jump scares, if that’s your thing.

LOGAN LUCKY (August 18th

If comedy is more up your alley, you’ll be happy to know that Steven Soderbergh has returned to the big screen after spending time on the small screen with The Knick. He directs Adam Driver and Channing Tatum as brothers in this classic heist flick, where they are determined to change their family’s 90 years of bad luck by robbing $14 million from the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. No biggie.

So there you have it. Free movies for the rest of the summer if you want them. The SCENE Visa card has other perks as well, including 1 SCENE point for every $1 you spend on the card, 5 SCENE points for every $1 you spend at Cineplex theatres, no annual fee, discounts at Sport Chek and participating restaurants when you redeem your SCENE points, and 20 percent off AVIS car rentals.

Apply for the SCENE Visa today and take in all the free flicks your eyes can handle.

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