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Will Ferrell's new movie, Casa de Mi Padre, doesn't open wide until March 16. But you have the chance to see it before anyone else, thanks to the South Beach Comedy Festival, which will present the first public screening of the film Feb. 29 at the Colony Theatre.

The film follows Armando Alvarez (Ferrell) and his brother, Raul (Diego Luna), Mexican ranchers who get mixed up with a powerful drug lord. The trailer makes it look like a well-deserved spoof of Latin, action, and western films. And you have the chance to check it out for free.

We're giving away two tickets to the special screening. To find out how to enter, and to watch the film trailer for yourself, read on.

Official Casa de mi Padre Ticket Giveaway Instructions

1. Head over to Cultist's Facebook page and Like it.
2. Find the "Free Tickets to Casa de mi Padre" update, and leave a comment.

From the pool of commenters, we'll randomly select one lucky winner and

send him/her a message how to claim the prize -- two tickets to the special screening. So keep an eye on your

Facebook messages.
4. Last thing ... You only have until noon on Thursday, Feb. 23, to enter.

Good luck!

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