Win Passes to See The Super Mario Bros. Movie at a Theater Near You!

The Super Mario Bros Movie Review

Who’s excited to check out The Super Mario Bros. Movie? It comes to theaters this week and will be in IMAX and Dolby theaters as well! We are giving away five Fandango Passes (admit 2) to get tickets to the show! Make sure you enter to win a Fandango pass to see The Super Mario Bros. Movie at a theater near you with a friend or family member!

How Can You Win?

Leave a comment on this post about your favorite Super Mario Bros. memory, favorite game or who you would take to see the movie!

Five winners will be contacted on 4/5 and have 24 hours to claim their prize via email. Failure to respond within 24 hours means the passes will be given to another winner!

About The Super Mario Bros. Movie

Super Mario Bros Movie Poster

For the first time, the iconic global entertainment brands Illumination and Nintendo join forces to create The Super Mario Bros. Movie, a new, big-screen adventure starring one of pop culture’s most prominent plumbers of the past four decades.

Based on the world of Nintendo’s Mario games, the film invites audiences into a vibrant, thrilling new universe unlike any created before in an action-packed, exuberant cinematic comedy event.

While working underground to fix a water main, Brooklyn plumbers Mario (Chris Pratt; Jurassic World and The LEGO Movie franchises) and brother Luigi (Charlie Day; It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) are transported down a mysterious pipe and wander into a magical new world. But when the brothers are separated, Mario embarks on an epic quest to find Luigi.

With the assistance of a Mushroom Kingdom resident Toad (Keegan-Michael Key; The Lion King) and some training from the strong-willed ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, Princess Peach (Anya Taylor-Joy;The Queen’s Gambit), Mario taps into his own power.

The Super Mario Bros. Movie features an extraordinary comedic cast, including Jack Black (Jumanji films) as Bowser, Seth Rogen (Neighbors franchise) as Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen (Portlandia, Saturday Night Live) as Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson (American Dad!, Family Guy) as Kamek and Sebastian Maniscalco (Green Book) as Spike, plus a special voice appearance by Charles Martinet, who has voiced the characters of Mario and Luigi in the Super Mario games for more than 30 years.

The film is directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic (collaborators on Teen Titans Go!, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies) from a screenplay by Matthew Fogel (Minions: The Rise of Gru, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part).

From Nintendo and Illumination—creator of the global blockbuster Despicable Me, Minions, Sing and The Secret Life of Pets franchises—The Super Mario Bros. Movie is produced by Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri p.g.a. and by Nintendo’s Representative Director and Fellow Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Mario, after more than six years of close bond and discussions between the two. The film is co-financed by Universal Pictures and Nintendo and will be released worldwide by Universal Pictures.


  1. I would take my son James. He has been talking about this movie for months and we have spring break from school – it would be the perfect time to go see it.

  2. I would love to take my nephew. We play Mario Party together on my old GameCube when he visits and he recently got MarioKart for his Nintendo Switch.

  3. My favorite memory is playing Mario Kart with my friends on a super small TV as a kid, with four players, and still having a blast. I would take my daughter.

  4. My son is about to turn 6 next week and has asked for a Mario themed party for 2 months now. I would love to be able to take him to the Mario movie for his Birthday 🎂🎂🎂

  5. I grew up playing the Mario games with my brother on our NES. Always such a great time. I also remember my grandma playing it and she was the only woman that I knew of who could play it all the way through.

  6. I would definitely take my son. We still have our Nintendo & Super Nintendo with all the games. I never got the hang of Mario Time Machine.

  7. Favorite Mario memory was playing in the NES WITH MY BROTHER. And I’d take either him or my friend Nate Dawg.

  8. Grew up playing Nitendo. I couldnt wait till the weekend to play when I was a kid. I would love to bring my child- he loves Mario & Lugi..I love Princess Peach!

  9. We’re so excited for this! My sister and I got the original SNES with Mario Bros for Christmas one year, so I love that my kid plays it now! We’re going to see the movie for his birthday with some friends!

  10. Mario is a constant in our household, so many nights are spent playing Mario party or Mario kart together as a family. I would love to take my husband and two sons who are all Nintendo obsessed.

  11. I would take my tween daughter to see The Super Mario Bros. Movie if I won the tickets. I LOVED playing most anything Mario with friends when I was her age, so even if we don’t have a system at home she has been exposed to the franchise, and possibly may have played Mario themed games at sleepovers. After showing her the movie trailer there was a moment of silence, then with a serious face she said a definitive “YES” before wondering off, which tells me she liked it enough to watch it with me. 😁

  12. I loved playing as a kid in the 80s and 90s, but I think my favorite memory is now playing all the Mario games with my boys!

  13. Oh my goodness! I’d love to see this with my teen son! He’s a HUGE Super Mario fan! He plays all of the games, including the old ones, and has multiple t-shirts and posters! We are both big fans, but I also LOVE that he still wants to see this movie with me!

  14. I would take my son who has Autism and loves Super Mario Bros. He has asked me all evening, “When can we go mom, it comes out tomorrow and I really want to see it.”

  15. Some of my best and fondest childhood memories came from playing all of the different Super Mario Bros games with my mom because we would spend hours taking turns trying to beat the levels. Every holiday we still get together to play Mario Party or Mario Kart and it has since become a family tradition. However, this past Christmas my mom fell and hit her head and is now suffering from memory loss and is not capable of playing the games like she to. I was really hoping to take my mom to see this movie so we could make one more great Mario memory because those memories of us playing the games together are the ones she seems to be holding onto and retaining the most.


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