Thursday, 21 January 2016

GHOST the Musical + GIVEAWAY


One of the beloved love story movies is about to hit theaters and you'll be in for a treat with the cast they have put together for the show. The movie made famous with Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.

Now to give you a run down of Ghost, if you haven't seen before; which I might add that I will be very shocked if you haven't seen it before...
Set in modern day New York City, Ghost The Musical is a timeless fantasy about the power of love. Walking back to their apartment one night after a romantic dinner, Sam and Molly are mugged, leaving Sam dead on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next and unable to leave Molly, whom he learns is in grave danger. With the help of Oda Mae, a phony storefront psychic, Sam tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and protecting her.


SUPERB CAST ANNOUNCED FOR AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE! 
ROB MILLS | JEMMA RIX ALEX RATHGEBER | WENDY MAE BROWN 

Festival Theatre, Adelaide from Thursday 7 January 2016 
Regent Theatre, Melbourne from Friday 5 February 2016 
Theatre Royal, Sydney from Friday 18 March 2016 
Crown, Perth from Saturday 21 May 2016  


My favorite part is definitely the pottery scene, gets me all teary and loved up. Every time I hear the Unchained Melody song it reminds me of the movie. 
Lucky you readers, I have 2x double passes to giveaway and I want you to tell me what your favorite scene of the movie was in the comments below.


NJT Blogger has 2x double passes to GHOST the Musical. In time for an early Valentines Day present. 
Prize: Double pass to GHOST the Musical, on Saturday 6th February, 2016 at Regent Theatre for an 2pm session. Tickets are A reserved. Tickets are valued at $110 each, so $220/double pass.


Giveaway closes: 31st January, 2016 at midnight. 
Winners announced: 1st February, 2016.
Winner will have 24hrs to contact back otherwise redraw may occur.



Disclosure: This post is brought to you by GHOST the Musical. I will be receiving complimentary tickets to GHOST the Musical in exchange for its promotion here. I received no payment for this review and all opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.

28 comments:

  1. My favourite scene would have to the pottery scene - it's the stand out scene in this movie!!!

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  2. Too many favourites to mention but pottery scene is beautiful. It's so loving and honest. A tearful moment for sure!

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  3. where she saw sam moving the coin up the wall and then towards her. she finally realised he had been with her the whole time.

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  4. When Patrick Swayze appear from the other side!

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  5. Who knew clay manipulation could be so...hot...someone call the fire brigrade! that pottery scene and the chemistry between Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze is incredible :) xx

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  6. The sensual pottery scene with the perfect soundtrack! I wonder if clay sales went up straight after its release!

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  7. This movie is amazing but like pretty much everyone else you can't go past the pottery scene. I think every woman gets chills down her spine when watching it. Such a beautiful love, even in death.

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  8. The final scene where Molly sees Sam for the final time and she is the one to say "Ditto"
    - Ebony Carr

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  9. The pottery scene with Patrick and Demi is sweet, intimate and romantic all at once.

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  10. Absolute no brainer...the pottery scene! It's iconic, timeless and always takes my breath away.

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  11. Its hard not to get caught up in this love story. Who wouldn't say the pottery wheel scene isn't the most encapsulating scene in the whole movie. Patrick Swayze was such a fantastic actor. I think I fell in love with him too.

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  12. The moment of realisation. I felt the goose bumps move down her spine, ... and mine!

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  13. My favourite scene was when you realise Sam's friend has betrayed him by organising his mugging to obtain the bank passwords. What a shock! How could his friend betray him like that?

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  14. My favourite site pottery scene what a classic.

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  15. Mine is when Oda Mae gave the $4 million cheque to the Nun's, and she was holding onto it so tight. Sam said she will go to heaven, and she replied, she would rather cash the cheque!

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  16. When Oda Mae finally meets Sam for the first tim after he needs her help and her 2 friends think she has lost her mind, it's pretty funny.

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  17. EVERY scene that Patrick Swayze was in!

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  18. That scene that time where Patrick Swayze wasn't wearing a shirt...

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  19. The scenes when Oda Mae goes to the bank to withdraw the money are great, especially when she has to ask for a new withdrawl slip because signs the wrong name. Gold!

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  20. The scene with Patrick Swayze in it

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  21. Practically every scene with Whoopi Goldberg in it. She was so funny as Oda Mae Brown.

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  22. Whoopi Goldberg is brilliant as Oda Mae. My favourite scene is when she and Sam go to the bank to get the cheque. She signs the wrong name, mentions a 'transfusion' instead of 'transaction' .... and of course she has to keep the pen! Priceless!

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  23. You can't beat the scene at the Pottery wheel. Its a tear jerker and the acting is so good you can feel the love!

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  24. “Give me a penny” – When Sam moves the penny up the door and across to Molly, I think I still cry as much as Demi Moore every time I see that Ghost scene!! I have goose bumps just thinking about it.

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  25. The other pottery scene is my fave! When Molly starts talking to Sam...I still feel you! Ahhh gives me goosebumps!

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  26. "Ditto". When Oda Mae says, "Ditto". It makes me weak at the knees

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  27. I can't pick just one! But I especially love any scene featuring Oda Mae - she's just a fantastic character.

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  28. I just love to see movies based on Love stories. This movie is truly heart touching and amazing to see with our love. I saw this movie with my fiancé when I went to venues in Chicago. The trip is really memorable for both of us.

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