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While supplies last, Atom Tickets is offering Buy One Ticket, Get One Free to see Beautiful Boy in theaters! No promo code is needed.

Simply head here to pre-order your tickets. The B1G1 offer will be automatically applied during checkout. Note that you will still have to pay a convenience fee for one ticket.

Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse, and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years.



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  1. Joy

    I so want to see this movie, but don’t know if I can bring myself to do it. I started to read the book a couple of times but can’t get through it because I’m afraid to see how it ends. It hits a little too close for comfort because I’m dealing with a couple of family members who are in recovery, including my young adult son. I just think it might be way too sad for me.

    • coulter

      I tried to watch the show intervention with my mom, and she physically got sick watching it. Said it hit too close to home. I was just hoping she would understand me and my vices more. It backfired and i still feel horrible. If its not something u are ready for take your time. Your child needs any energy u have left for them. Dont waste any heartache on a (probably hollywoodized) movie. Good luck. I realize now how much the family suffers as much as the addict.

  2. Katiefal

    Joy if your son is in recovery, my suggestion is to skip it. It’s hard to watch. Someday when you’re past this struggle, you can rent it. My prayers for all of your loved ones who are dealing with this.

  3. coulter

    Ive been in and out of recovery for years now. I read the book when it first came out. I truly appreciate a different perspective on things. Makes me realize more so that im not alone. Many counselors would not recommend an addict to read (or see) this type of book/movie for numerous reasons but i feel it keeps an addict or their families in the know. But u know the old cliche, that the book is always better than a movie so maybe ill wait to see it at home. Besides, i dont like to cry in the movie theater anyway πŸ€«πŸ€«πŸ™„πŸ™„

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