On Aug. 8, every state in the union is hosting a free screening, somewhere, of Bo Burnham’s outstanding “Eighth Grade,” and the film’s R rating will not be enforced. 

As the news release noted, “If you’ve been through 8th Grade, ‘Eighth Grade’ is for you.”

The Texas screening takes place 7:45 p.m. at Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar. 

Admission to this screening at South Lamar will be free. 

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However, according to the Drafthouse website, you can reserve your seat in advance by purchasing a $5 voucher good towards food or beverages at the screening.

Seriously, it’s a terrific movie that could prompt important conversations with your middle- or high school-aged child.

Or, like mine, she will absolutely refuse to discuss anything in the film, like, “LALALALAL I CAN’T HEAR YOU” refuse.

See it with your kid anyway. It’s a powerful, important, often incredibly touching movie.

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