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Christmas Giveaway Time! Win tickets to Office Christmas Party

09 Dec 16

The star-studded, debauchery-filled hot pick of the summer has hit theatres, and we’ve got your tickets.

Office Christmas Party is a raunchy, ridiculous Christmas-themed comedy set in the office of an IT firm in Chicago.

The film is packed with big names like Jason Bateman, Jennifer Anniston, Kate McKinnon, Olivia Munn, T.J Miller and Courtney B. Vance.

Jennifer Aniston’s character Carol Vanstone runs the IT firm, Zenotek, after being left the company following her and her brother’s father’s death. She’s set on shutting the Chicago branch down, which is run by her brother Clay, played by T.J Miller.

In order to save the branch, and the jobs of all the employees, Clay and chief technical officer Josh (Bateman) must win a big contract – and to do so they host an epic Christmas shindig.

There’s a smoke/coke machine, 3D printing of certain body parts, some wrestling, a car chase and a lot of fun time in toilet cubicles.

If that’s not reason enough to head along this summer, you might just want to go so you can look at Olivia Munn and her beautiful perfect face for 90 or so minutes.

If you’re keen for few laughs and dose of festive cringe, enter your details below and you could be in to win! We’ve got 10 double passes to giveaway. In theatres now.

Check out the trailer:

Sorry, this competition has closed. Winners were notified by email Friday 8 December 2016.

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