Shelly's Bits and Pieces: Baggage Claim Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack Giveaway

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Baggage Claim Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack Giveaway

Disclosure:  We received a free DVD to facilitate our honest review.  No monetary compensation was received.  Sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment.  All opinions stated are those of the Shelly's Bits and Pieces family.

If you had a chance to read my review of Baggage Claim, you already know that Chefy and I really enjoyed it.  For anyone who has not read the review, I'll give you a synopsis of the movie!

Paula Patton leads a hilarious cast in this first-class comedy that’ll keep you laughing and make your heart soar! Flight attendant Montana Moore (Patton) is smart, sexy and sick of being single. She’s determined to get engaged before her younger sister’s wedding, leaving just 30 days to make her connection. Fortunately, her co-worker crew has cooked up a high-flying scheme for Montana to “accidentally” bump into all her ex-boyfriends, leading to hilarious encounters as she attempts to land the perfect guy!

Blu-Ray & DVD Special Features
Behind the scenes with the Director with optional commentary by David E. Talbert
Promotional Featurettes: Fly Girl, Wing Men, The Story, Interview with the cast 
Audio Commentary with David E. Talbert
Theatrical Trailer

Are you looking for Mr. or Ms. Right?  Here are a few compliments to grab his/her attention:

Notice a Small or Non-flashy Piece of Jewelry
One quick way to impress someone new is to pick an item in their clothing or jewelry that is not screaming for attention. A quirky pair of cuff links, a simple necklace, any antique looking pieces or a well-traveled work bag are all possible great story starters. People choose these small items often more for sentimental reasons and not flash.  These items are more about who they are and less about what they have. Noticing the small things shows that you are taking the person in and really interested in getting to know them.

Little Known Fact about Company or Alma Mater
In this age of the search engine you should always know a bit about your date before you get there.  You wouldn't go on a job interview without researching the company. So, why would you go on a date without knowing a few of the basics on your date?  Look up the company, hometown or school of your date and find a little known fact to add to the conversation. Knowing that his hometown is the birthplace of the Snuggie is funny and will definitely stay on his mind long after the kiss good night.

Point Out Grace, Class, Manners & Chivalry
Who doesn't want to feel that they are extremely classy or chivalrous?  As much as we talk about the sexes being equal, there is still a strong draw to those that are able to be incredibly modern and still be on their old school manner game.  Point out little fine points that will make your date feel like they are the ultimate lady or gentlemen. Good manners still go a long way.

Tips are from LaDawn Black.  She is a relationship expert, media personality and the author of Let's Get It On: 15 Hot Tips and Tricks to Spice Up Your Sex Life

For more, visit www.ladawnblack.com

     ~~~GIVEAWAY~~~

You can win a copy of Baggage Claim by entering on the simple Rafflecopter form below.


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29 comments :

denise smith said...

i would keep it myself

denise smith said...

i dont have a favorite yet (movie ) that i would want to get for a stocking stuffer i have to wait closer to christmas

double D said...

I want to win this for my wife.

Crystal Porter said...

I'd keep it for myself. I've been wanting to see this one.

Joseph Wallace said...

I would give it to my fiancé.

Nancy said...

I'd keep it and watch with my husband.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

mskayz said...

Myself! :)

kmcgrew213 said...

i would keep this for myself! i just saw this movie and loved it ! it was hilarious!!

kmcgrew213 said...

Think Like a Man !

kmcgrew213 said...

Think Like a Man !

Kay Maher said...

I think I would keep this as a 'family' movie. Considering the fact that I have four grown children, that doesn't mean it would stay at my house, lol!

Katie Klein said...

I would keep it for myself.

lolamichele said...

I'd give it to my BIL

imbigwillie said...

I'd probably keep it

Cassie Fancy said...

I would keep it for my hubby and I to watch

Cassie Fancy said...

I subscribed via email

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Carmen said...

I would keep this movie, it looks good! Thanks for the chance.

Cleverly Changing said...

Is this contest over because I don't see the rafflecopter?

thscar said...

I would keep it myself. I would enjoy having a movie night with my husband.

Shannon said...

I would keep it so my fiancé and I could watch it again & again - we saw it in the theater together and loved it

GabbyLowe said...

I'd keep it so my husband and I could watch it. (Laura DeLuca)

carol said...

It would be a family movie, I saw this in theaters and we enjoyed it, so predicable but still funny.

carol said...

I'd love to get Hunger games catching fire

Natalie Yeoman said...

i would keep this for myself

Tiffany Banks said...

I would keep it for myself :)

Karin said...

I'd keep it and watch it myself.

ababe28 said...

I would keep it for myself to watch and then pass it along to family members so they can enjoy it too.
Ann B.
ababe28 at hotmail.com

Toystory said...

I would definately be keeping it for myself and adding it to our mini library of DVD's.

mskayz said...

I would love a bluray of Dr Zhivago!