Sunday, December 4, 2016

Southside with You - Blu-ray Giveaway

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Inspired by President Barack Obama’s first “date” with the First Lady, the touching and inspirational romance, Southside with You is available on Digital HD, and will be available on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD and On Demand December 13 from Lionsgate and MIRAMAX®. Tika Sumpter (Ride Along franchise) and Parker Sawyers (Zero Dark Thirty) “are terrifically cast as younger versions of Michelle and Barack Obama“ (Variety) in this moving look at the very beginnings of the couple we now know as the President and First Lady of the United States. From executive producer John Legend (Academy Award® winner for Best Original Song, Selma, 2015) and written and directed by Richard Tanne, this “beautiful tribute to enduring love” (RogerEbert.com) received the Rotten Tomatoes Certified Fresh rating, and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.

On a summer’s day in 1989, a law associate named Barack Obama used all his charms to woo attorney Michelle Robinson. Southside with You brings that magical encounter to life as it follows Barack and Michelle on a day-long date that takes them from an art exhibit to a screening of Do the Right Thing to an unforgettable first kiss.

The Blu-ray and DVD releases both include commentary with writer/director Richard Tanne and original art and animations from the film’s pre-production. Southside with You will be available on Blu-ray and DVD for $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

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28 comments:

Joseph Wallace said...

My favorite President is Teddy Roosevelt. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

Jackie said...

JFK was one of my favorite presidents.

jakiesmom said...

I liked lincoln

Lauren said...

I like Teddy Roosevelt.

Shelly Peterson said...

I would say JFK.

Susan Smoaks said...

Jimmy Carter is my favorite president.

Shelly Leatham said...

Reagan was my fave!

Brandi Dawn Mendieta said...

This is a really tough question! I don't think I have a favorite. Some of my favorite presidential moments were done by Lincoln, FDR, Jefferson and Obama...

Ken Ohl said...

I would have to say Lincoln. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Aleksandra Nearing said...

In my lifetime I liked Bush and Clinton. Two opposites, I know.

bison61 said...

my favorite would be Eisenhower

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Marty C. said...

Of presidents during living memory, Barack Obama. Jimmy Carter has also done a great deal of good as an ex-president, although he maybe wasn't so effective in the actual office.

Stacy Renee said...

In my lifetime, President Obama has been my favorite. :)

Kristen said...

Obama is my favorite.

AnnaZed said...

I loved President Clinton, but I adore President Obama.
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Kelly Nicholson said...



Leave a comment on this blog post with which president has been your favorite.

i hope nobody gets upset,but reagan was the best of my lifetime

April @ PolkaDots n' PinkySwears said...

My favorite was Reagan.

Jessica Cox said...

This is tough question I think Lincoln did the most for our country.

Jana Leah B said...

I don't have a favorite. There have been good & bad ones.

Charlene S. said...

Before my time, but I admire John F. Kennedy.

Renee Walters said...

My favorite would be Lincoln.

Stacy said...

My favorite is Jefferson.

Edye Nicole said...

Oh my, I don't really have one... Sorry!

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Andrew McGregor said...

Washington, humbleist of the presidents

Jerry Marquardt said...

This looks like a very interesting movie. I thank you for featuring it for the information and the great giveaway.

Salvador Cornejo said...

My favorite would be JFK.

Janice Crespo said...

I may have been little but I always loved JFK. As far as being grown up and deciding, I would have to say Ronald Reagan.

Leela said...

Ronald Reagan.