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Every week, we offer our readers an opportunity to win free prizes. This week, we’re giving away a Redbox eGift card to a lucky winner!

Multiple Oscar winner and huge hit Bohemian Rhapsody is now at a Redbox near you. Over the years, there have been some great rock and roll movies. Building on our movie musicals giveaway from last week, we want to know your opinion on the greatest rock movie of all time!

What’s the best rock and roll movie ever?


Answer this week’s question simply by entering your email above, and then hit up the comments section and tell us your choice.

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and the randomly chosen winner will receive a free Redbox eGift card.

Good luck, Insiders!

95 Responses to “Freebie Friday “Musicals II” Edition: Win a Free Redbox Gift Card!”

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    Tad Sigmon [visitor]

    La Bamba is one of the greatest rock movies of all time!!!

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    joanbobk

    Bohemian Rhapsody

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    tom peace [visitor]

    saturday night fever

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    Sue G. [visitor]

    Bohemian Rhapsody

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    Ronnie Martin [visitor]

    The Doors

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    Ken [visitor]

    Bohemian Rhapsody?

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    George [odenoed]

    GREASE

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    MamaK [visitor]

    Grease

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    Don [visitor]

    The Doors

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    Paul Gebben [visitor]

    Almost Famous

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    Eric Diamond [visitor]

    Grease

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    John Greenlaw [visitor]

    One of the best Rock and Roll movies of all time is “That’s a thing You ado” directed by Tom Hanks. Awesome dramedy documenting “The Oneders” rise to fame, from a small town band to making it big time on an Ed Sullivan-esk variety show. Great original soundtrack and story and good for all ages. I sign along every time!

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    zabooty

    Another impossible question. I love Almost Famous, Quadrophenia, Tommy The Rock Opera, Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Jazz Singer, Spinal Tap, School of Rock, Grease, The Doors, Yellow Submarine, The Elvis Movies, The Song Remains the Same, Purple Rain, etc, etc, etc…
    There are way too many to list. My all time favorite Rock and Roll movie has to be “The Wall.”

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    Maxmuscle [maxmuscle]

    The Doors