Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Win a pair of tickets to see GIMME SHELTER






Being a mother is the toughest job in the world... Period. 

Now imagine... you are young, homeless, and without a family to lean on for support. That’s exactly what happened to Agnes “Apple” Baily. Based on a true story, Ronald Krauss’ new film, GIMME SHELTER, stars Vanessa Hudgens (HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL) as 16-year-old Agnes “Apple” Baily, a teenager who sets out to find her biological father and is forced into the streets in a true journey of survival. 

CAST
Vanessa Hudgens (Agnes "Apple" Bailey) 
James Earl Jones (Frank McCarthy) 
Rosario Dawson (June Bailey) 
Brendan Fraser (Tom Fitzpatrick) 

GIMME SHELTER received 5 stars from the Dove Foundation, their highest rating! 

GIMME SHELTER is a deeply moving and meaningful film that celebrates the dignity of life at all ages and stages. A great, gritty depiction of what it means to put your faith into action to help those society far too often marginalizes." ~ Kelly Rosati, VP, Community Outreach / FOCUS ON THE FAMILY 





I can't wait to see this movie. How about you? Well, thanks to Roadside Attractions, I have a pair of tickets to give away. Just enter on the Rafflecopter below. Open to US and Canada only.


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Each household is only eligible to win ONE (1) Pack of Two (2) AMC Movie Tickets via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. 








8 comments:

  1. lots of cleaning, feeding kids, taking them everywhere, paying for field trips and paying bills is the toughest especially with 5 kids but love them to death

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  2. because aside from the occasional vacation, you never get to take a break. even on those vacation days, you're always thinking about your kids. unlike any other job in the world.

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    1. You're right about that! No rest for the weary.

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  3. The hardest thing? Dying to myself. Choosing to cheerfully put my child's needs first when I'd rather do something else (like sleep).

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    1. Sleep? It will eventually come back to you, Alena!

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  4. I think being a parent is the toughest job in the world, not just being a mother. And I think it is because you, in many ways, are responsible for the fate of another human being. Their physical, mental, and emotional well-being is all intertwined with you. Plus, no matter how hard you try, you will mess up at some point, in some way. So, that is a lot of responsibility to bear, no matter your age!

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  5. it would be hard to see them get their heart broken an know that its a part of life.

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