Tag Archives: Sony Pictures

Rio and Fury Giveaways Winners

Before I get to the giveaway winner announcements, I want to let you dads and moms know I’m running a sweepstakes on social media. The prize is an Earth To Echo Plushie toy. Retweet the tweet below to enter the giveaway. You can retweet daily. The contest ends October 22nd.

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Below are the current giveaways running on my dad and movie blogs.

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Amazing Spider-man 2 Sweepstake

The Amazing Spider-man 2 | Sony Pictures

My son and I are looking forward to seeing The Amazing Spider-man 2 (Sony Pictures). It looks like the movie is packed with OsCorp villains. The film will open in theaters on May 2nd. To kick things off, I’m giving a prize pack to two lucky readers of my dad blog. The prize pack consists of a Spider-man t-shirt, mask and poster. Sorry the sweepstake is limited to Washington and Oregon only.

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Quick Giveaway – win movie tickets to see Looper

Looper ~ Sony Pictures Entertainment

I won two tickets to see Looper (Sony Pictures Entertainment). The story is about a future where the mob get rids of someone by sending the target 30 years into the past to a hired gun. I want to go see Looper because the film features two of my favorite actors: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis. Unfortunately, the pass is good Monday through Thursday only. And I don’t have time to watch a movie during the week unless my kids want to see it. If you want to win my pass, just leave a comment by Saturday, October 13th. Note: the pass is good for Regal Cinemas, United Artists, and Edwards Theatres only.

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Review: UltraViolet DVDs – it's movie streaming from the clouds

UltraViolet movies from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Have you heard of UltraViolet? It’s a digital service that allows dads, moms, and kids to upload, store and watch their favorite movies whenever and wherever they want. I tried out the service recently with three of Sony Pictures’ UltraViolet movies: Men in Black (I and II), Moneyball, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The movies were great on my Blu-ray player, but I also loved watching the UltraViolet movies on my iPod touch and Nook Color. The playback was very smooth. Best of all, I didn’t have to use software to convert my movies into a format that can be played on my mobile devices. The cloud service took care of that for me, and the process was easy and very quick.

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