Joy Blu-ray Sweepstakes

  • 63 comments

Joy - Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has a new movie coming out soon on Digital HD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and DVD. Her film is called Joy. The film is a dynamic story of a family across four generations, and the woman who would go from dysfunction to dynasty because of it. I have not seen it yet, but I’ve heard it’s good. According to the press material, Joy is a great film for girls night in, mother/daughter movie night, or a date night away from the kids. Thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, I’m giving away the Joy Blu-ray on my dad blog. Joy will be available in Digital HD on Friday (April 8th), and on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD on May 3th — just in time for Mother’s Day.

Check out the exclusive clip below featuring director, David O. Russell:

Joy Synopsis

Joy is the wild story of a family across four generations centered on the girl who becomes the woman who founds a business dynasty and becomes a matriarch in her own right. Betrayal, treachery, the loss of innocence and the scars of love, pave the road in this intense emotional and human comedy about becoming a true boss of family and enterprise facing a world of unforgiving commerce. Allies become adversaries and adversaries become allies, both inside and outside the family, as Joy’s inner life and fierce imagination carry her through the storm she faces. Jennifer Lawrence stars, with Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Edgar Ramirez, Isabella Rossellini, Diane Ladd, Virginia Madsen, Elisabeth Röhm and Dascha Polanco. Like David O. Russell’s previous films, Joy defies genre to tell a story of family, loyalty, and love.

Joy Blu-ray Sweepstakes

Thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, a reader of my dad blog will win a Joy Blu-ray. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the contest is Friday, April 15th (Eastern time). The giveaway is limited to readers in the USA. To enter, leave a comment below about the most inspiring woman in your life.

[Disclosure: I did not receive anything for hosting this contest. The giveaway prize will be provided by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, but they are not the administrators of the contest on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

63 thoughts on “Joy Blu-ray Sweepstakes

  1. For sure the most inspiring woman in my life was my Mother. She taught me pretty much everything about getting along in this world. She was a woman of incredible integrity and compassion. I miss her so very much.

  2. The most inspirational woman in my life is me. I inspire myself everyday to change not just my life, but my families, and community for the better. I have overcome poverty, homelessness, disabilities and am striving to pay it forward.

  3. The most inspiring woman in my life is my grandmother, who is a loving, Christian woman. She has cared for many members of our family until their passing, and will help anyone she can. She loves to people watch, because they are just “all so different & interesting”. I love my grandmother & hope to be as kind & loving as she is (& active @ 85 years old…lol).

  4. The most inspirational woman in my life was my aunt. I am eternally grateful for having her as my role model while growing up, especially during my adolescent years. I thank her for the kind, loving, and compassionate example she always set. My aunt was always there for me right by my side through all the hard times and never wanted anything more in her life than what was best for me. She worked unbelievably hard to keep me on the right track. I love her and miss her so much and wouldn’t be the woman I am today if it hadn’t been for her.

  5. My Mom and Grandma are the most inspiring to me. They both were such caring, strong, hard working woman who were always there for me.

  6. My Mom is the most inspiring woman in my life. She lost her husband at a young age and was left to raise three children all alone. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  7. That’s easy. My mother. She took care of me, fed me, and loved me while at the same time she was working hard.

  8. My mom is my most inspiring woman. She is the embodiment of a “mama bear”, she is fierce, loving, and will do anything for her kids. I strive to be half the mother my mom is.

  9. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mom, she selflessly went into the army at 42 to serve our country

  10. the most inspiring woman in my life is my mom. she is such an inspiration. i hope to be half the woman she is.

  11. My most inspiring women in my life is my sister. She had ovarian cancer, and beat it at the young age of 36. She never complained and inspired me so much to help others and be an encouragement!

  12. My Mom is the most inspiring woman in my life, with a military husband, chronically ill son and over enthusiastic daughter (me), she managed to keep everything together and functional when we had to pack and move and start new schools and new jobs every time Dad got a new set of orders. I am a single mom to one healthy boy and I have a hard time getting everything moving in the right direction.

  13. My mom inspires me the most. After being married to my father for 10 years, he was diagnosed with MS. She never waivered. With in a few years, he was bed ridden. She did everything for him– feeding, showering, changing his diaper, medicine all of that until he passed in 2005. 1988 he was diagnosed. She still hasn’t dated or even thought about it. She’s stayed true to him and will until she passes. That’s love.

  14. The most inspiring woman in my life is my daughter. After a number of difficult years in school, and even more setbacks, she joined the Navy and has excelled beyond any of our expectations.

  15. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mother. She took care of my siblings and I with very little help from others. It wasn’t an easy task, but she did it, and we all turned out okay. I think my mother is beautiful in every way, inside and out. Just seeing her smile makes me smile.

  16. The most inspiring woman in my life is my wife. After almost 18 years that we’ve been happily married, she has never ceased to amaze me with her love, kindness, and understanding with me and others. And while our marriage isn’t picture perfect (who’s is?) At the end of each day, she still is my best friend.

  17. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mom. She raised me alone while working 2 jobs. She is truly amazing to this day. Im proud to be her daughter.

  18. The most inspiring women in my life was my mom. She grew up in the Great Depression. Even though she had only an eighth grade education, she did persevere and she and my dad owned and operated a dairy farm. She was a very hard working little lady. She and my dad are now in their 80s and taking life easier.

  19. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mother in law, she works hard and spends a ton of her free time volunteering. She is a great role model for my daughter.

  20. The most inspiring woman in my life is my 88 year old mother. She is an inspiration to me and others in my family. She is so generous and loving, She was an army wife and raised seven children while my father was away serving our country. She is such an amazing woman and I cherish the time I have with her.

  21. The most inspiring women in my life would have to be my grandmother. She got divorced in a time when divorce was uncommon and highly frowned upon. Not only was divorce tough at that time, but she also raised four kids on her own.

  22. My mother is the most inspiring. She is such a hardworking and loving person. I strive to be like her one day.

  23. Inspirations for me comes from unexpected people, places, things. My Mother was nurturing and perhaps inspiring. Most of all she was a strong woman who tried to be righteous.

  24. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mother. She raised two daughters as a single parent while working full time as a teacher, and always had time for her children, I love you mom!

  25. The most inspiring woman would be Tami, with everything she’s going through she helps others, gardens, bakes, goes camping and many other things all while fighting cancer. She’s the strongest and most inspiring woman I know.

  26. The most inspiring woman in my life would be my grandmother. She passed away in February, right after her 80th birthday just 16 days prior. She’s the most inspiring, even after passing because she made me the woman I am today. She taught me life lessons, fought cancer and won, she even lived through WWII. She is originally from Germany and survived bombings in her city when she was little. She was a tough woman and taught me that you have to get up and keep going.. even when things are tough. She had arthritis and tons of knee/foot surgeries and could barely walk but yet she got up everyday and did the laundry, cooked, cleaned, everything!! Without any help! She is my hero in many ways and inspired me to live my life to the fullest.

  27. The most inspirational woman in my life is me. I have overcome poverty, homelessness, disabilities and am striving to pay it forward .

  28. The most inspirational, passionate, loving, but hopelessly annoying woman I have ever known is my mother. She has worked endlessly to get me through college. Without my mother, I would have been a bartender for my whole career.

  29. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mother. She had such a terrible childhood. She was dirt poor, was abused, and many other things unfavorable things but became a very productive person in society. She worked, had a family, and was always lending a hand to others. She didn’t live in her past but instead moved on with her life and put her past behind her.

  30. I have to go with my daughter on this one! She’s super brave and smart and really goes for what she wants!! I admire that :)

  31. The most inspiring woman in my life is my mother. She is the kindest person I know and no matter what, she always remains positive.

  32. My mother who with 5 children went back to school to become a RN. A’s a child seeing her in her white uniform, white nylons and attending her hat pinning ceremony will be in my memory for ever.

  33. I am open to Inspiration from many sources. I find myself in a position of backup for my Mother as her health fades. My younger siblings depend on me more each passing day.

  34. My wife is the most inspiring woman in my life. She has the hardest job in the world as a stay at home mom to two kiddos under 3 years old. I know I couldn’t do the job. I appreciate what she does for the family.

  35. My mom is the most inspirational woman in my life. As she battles an aggressive form of cancer, she put other people’s needs first as she made and donated 50 quilts over the holidays.

  36. My mom & my sister inspire me greatly. Both being single mothers never lost their willingness & desire to help others in need.

  37. My Mom is the most inspiring woman in my life. My Dad was sick a lot so she worked 2 jobs to support the family. She always managed to spend a lot of time with each of us.

  38. The most inspiring women in my life would have to be my mom and my granny. I can’t choose between the two. My mom is the kindest person you could ever meet and my granny helped raise me and taught me a lot of what I know. They both mean the world to me and more!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *