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Giveaway: Valentine’s Day

posted by Nell Minow

valentinesday.jpegI have one “Valentine’s Day” DVD/Combo to give away. The director of “Pretty Woman” and “The Princess Diaries” brings us a collection of love stories happy, sad, bittersweet, angry, tender, and hopeful. Tell me which is your favorite performer in this all-star film and the first to respond will get the prize!
NOTE: Prize provided by Warner Brothers. All comments and reviews are my own.

  • Tracy Harrell

    I haven’t seen the movie yet but I love every movie Julia Roberts is in.

  • Lauren

    I guess I missed it…but I did see this and I really loved Ashton Kutcher

  • Tom Clocker – Baltimore Movie Examiner

    Bradley Cooper. He is a fantastic actor…looking forward to ‘The A-Team’ movie!

  • annalene

    kathy bates!

  • Kristie

    I like Anne Hathaway. Julia Roberts is my second favorite. :)

  • Nell Minow

    Congratulations to Tracy and thanks to everyone else who participated!

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