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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Bringing Up Bobby DVD Giveaway and Review



You've seen your typical dysfunctional families, but never before have you seen a more humorous one than Bobby's family. They are all reunited in the most unusual way as they gather to celebrate Bobby's 16th birthday and the reading of his parents will.

In the latest movie on DVD from Provident Films, Bringing Up Bobby, takes you on a journey of Bobby, an almost 16 year old goth kid in high school who suddenly finds himself crushing on a girl name Liz. He will try anything to make her notice him, including changing into a preppy, dashing young man in hopes that Liz will notice him. Yet what Bobby seems to be missing is discovering who he is all along.

James, his oldest brother has spent the last 12 years raising Bobby since the death of their parents and has been waiting on a death certificate so they can finally read his parents will. James is a Christian who tries to convince Bobby that he needs to find a relationship with Jesus instead of just accepting Jesus as a religion. James deals with communication via a "war table" dressed in costume because he cites from Deuteronomy that it's hard to stay mad at a man in costume.

Andrea, is the only sister of the family and spends her life in search of fame, wealth and in bossing her husband Walter around and being at her beck and call. She only shows up for the reading of the will, but claims she is there strictly for Bobby's 16th birthday.

Dennis is another brother that has fled to Russia to escape the anarchists that he feels are pursuing him in search of money that is owed. He is stuck in the 60's and after being deported from Russia finds himself back at the family home. He is hoping that there may be some money to pay off his debts. He doesn't have a relationship with God either.



Trust me when I say, that this movie is a classic and while we were watching it, my teenager and her friends all stopped, sat down, laughed throughout the movie all the way to the end. No prompting required. There are some great classic lines in the movie and I think my all time favorite is when Goth Bobby declares to himself that "he doesn't need anyone, no one and then yells out loud for James to give him a ride."

We laughed so much and this movie falls in line with such comedy greats like Adam Sandler, Will Ferrell and Steve Carrell. So if you love their movies, you've got to see this one. The message is one for families and this is a Christian family classic, if I can get it back from my teens! I would rate this one a perfect 5 out of 5 stars and the trailer doesn't do it justice.

I received this DVD compliments of Propeller and Provident Films for my honest review and in addition they have also offered a giveaway copy of this DVD to one lucky follower of my blog. Here are your guidelines:

1. You must be a follower of my blog, Reviews From The Heart.

2. You must be a resident of the US and No P.O. Boxes please!

3. I must be able to contact you via email so please include it in your comments. You may use the words (at) or (dot) instead of the symbols.

4. The giveaway ends on October 14th, so leave me a comment and tell me why you'd love to win a copy of this DVD.

13 comments:

  1. My son would love to watch this movie. He loves funny movies but it is hard to find good clean ones.
    bveinotte@juno.com

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  2. This DVD would be wonderful for my nephew-I've been trying to get him more involved in exploring his Christianity and he may be able to relate better with this character
    hmhenderson AT yahoo DOT com

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  3. Sounds like a good movie, we'd love to see it.
    I'm a follower
    Theresa N
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  4. We'd love to win this DVD, because I am looking for 'clean' stuff to watch with my daughter.

    jay at cascadestaff dot com

    Thanks...

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  5. I follow via GFC. I've heard good things about this movie.
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  6. This sounds really good. Please enter me.

    I follow by GFC.

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  7. I am a follower of this blog and email subscriber.Sounds like a good movie.Please enter me in the giveaway. augustlily06(AT)aim(DOT)com.Thank you.

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  8. I will always follow you Kat! You do the best reviews and your giveaways are grand! Anne

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  9. I'm a GFC as frugal tumbleweed acres.
    We have a 15 yr. old grandson in the house and we do enjoy comedy's.
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  10. I LOVE good, clean movies geared toward family and Christian values. That is why I'd want to win this DVD.

    taffy(dot)lovell@gmail.com

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  11. This is a good movie to share with my family. I'd love it.

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  12. new follower via GFC... it sounds like an interesting movie... and something that would make me smile as I watched it with the family

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