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Happy Mother’s Day

October 4, 2016

It’s a full six months to the next Mother’s Day, which just happens to fall on March 26th 2017 (I know this because I’ve just Googled it). So, really, you have absolutely no excuse now to be unprepared come the glorious day, given that I’ve given you so much advance warning. But you might well want to get ahead of the queue of chocolate-buying card purchasers. In which case, I have just the thing you need – three copies of the brand new film, Mother’s Day, to give away.

Mother’s Day is by director Garry Marshall, who made Valentine’s Day. If you enjoyed that film, a star-studded ensemble piece weaving interlinked characters through a particularly action-packed February 14, then you’ll be more than ready for Mother’s Day. Somehow, Marshall has managed to gather such luminaries as Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and, in amongst them, you’ll spot Jack Whitehall, looking pretty wild-eyed as he makes his big screen acting debut with some of the most famous names in Hollywood. There is every sort of mother here – the good mother, the absentee mother, the awful mother and, indeed, the dead mother.

If you’d like to win a copy, just leave a comment below. Good luck!

Mother’s Day is out to download, on DVD and Blu-ray 3rd October



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  • Victoria Sheehy October 5, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    Since my three usually use our living in Belgium as an excuse to get confused about whether we are celebrating English or Belgian Mother’s Day and consequently celebrate neither, a little present for myself would be very welcome!

    • Dulwich Divorcee October 6, 2016 at 3:34 pm

      I’ll be delighted to help you out with a copy, Victoria! I should point out that when I was living in Brussels I insisted we had to celebrate both Belgian and UK mother’s days, and also got my French sister-in-law to visit on French mother’s day so we could do that too! Shameless or what? I’ll email you for your address to send the DVD to X