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Write a movie review and win a family pass to Wreck-It Ralph

WRITE a movie review for the QT and win one of five family passes to see the new Walt Disney 3D animation comedy Wreck-It Ralph.

For a chance to win, go to the Your Story section on the QT's website and submit a short movie review of the LAST film you went to see at Reading Cinemas. You can add a photo too if you want.

Then email your QT Username and the title of your story to lauren.roche@qt.com.au, and don't forget to include the name of the competition in the subject field (Wreck -It Ralph).

The screening will be at 11am on Sunday, December 16 at Reading Cinemas, Redbank.

Winners will be notified by email.

Click here to read the terms and conditions.

Click here for a guide on How to add Your Story

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