(Ended) MTF Contest Time! Win A 4 Disc Blu Ray Combo Pack Of Steven Spielberg’s War Horse! OUT NOW ON DVD!
Legendary Academy Award winning director Steven Spielberg has directed one of the best pictures of last year, the criticly acclaimed adventure film War Horse! And now it’s out on DVD April 3, 2012! So… Like now people! As in go to the stores and grab a copy… Or try to win one here on MTF!
This Academy Award®-nominated epic adventure tells the story of the extraordinary journey of courage and friendship as seen through the eyes of one unforgettable horse named Joey, and his miraculous journey to find his way back home.
Bonus features include a special 60 minute documentary (named “A Filmmaking Journey”), created by Spielberg, that offers a never-before-seen inside look into the making of WAR HORSE and much, much more!
We have one copy of the four disc Blu-Ray to give out… Yep four discs people! The specs are below! But first…
I know you want to win… All you have to do is this… Let me know what your favorite movie animal has been and why! A brief description is cool… Nothing too extreme!
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Good luck guys! Winner’s Will be chosen by Random.org. Ends April 23rd!
4-Disc Combo Pack (2-Disc Blu-ray + 1 Disc DVD + Digital Copy)
• A Filmmaking Journey – Academy Award®-winning Director/Producer Steven Spielberg provides a unique and unprecedented look into the making and filming of “War Horse.”
• Editing & Scoring – Multi-Oscar® winners Michael Kahn (film editor) and John Williams (composer) discuss specific aspects of editing the film and composing music for “War Horse,” as well as the secret to their long and successful collaborations with Steven Spielberg.
• The Sounds of “War Horse” – Seven-time Academy Award®-winning sound designer Gary Rydstrom takes us through the sophisticated sound design he created for “War Horse.”
• Through The Producer’s Lens – Producer Kathleen Kennedy shares the photos she took during filming and recounts how she discovered the source material, as well as her appreciation of Steven Spielberg’s vision, the team that sounds him, and why “War Horse” appealed to her.
• “War Horse”: The Look – Director/Producer Steven Spielberg introduces us to his creative team of production designer Rick Carter, costume designer Joanna Johnston and director of photography JanuszKaminski, who discuss what it took to design the look for the film.
• An Extra’s Point of View – Film extra Martin Dew explains how and why he was brought in––along with a hundred other men––to be featured alternately as both German and British soldiers.
My favorite movie animal is Benji! Gosh he was the cutest!
Cosmo the dog in The Beginners. Way cooler than Uggie from The Artist
My favorite movie animal is Shiloh from the movie of the same name. I loved the story of friends in the making.
Already follow you – @rainechief
Definitely Uggie the dog from The Artist. Beyond being adorable, he enhances the movie with a genuinely warm and fun to watch performance.
I follow you – @IsaacFeldberg.
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For me, it’s Toto (the little dog) from the ‘Wizard of Oz’. Because he was a cute little dog, and whenever he was onscreen, he would always (and still does) bring a smile to my face whenever I watch the movie! Toto certainly brought a certain charm to the ‘Wizard of Oz’, and I don’t think the film would have been as successful without him! Long live little Toto! 🙂
I follow you on Twitter – @Haunted_Lair
I retweeted this contest:
Benji is my all-time fave movie animal
My favorite movie animal is Garfield, cause he’s funny.
I follow you on twitter @FanOfJeffster and I retweeted the contest.
Hmm… my favorite movie animal would have to be Lassie, I grew up with that dog so watching him on tv always made me feel like in a way he was also mine.
My twitter name is @UneeqlyHeather and i follow you
I think Benji was always my favorite. I loved all the things he did.
101 Daltmations is a nice family film and I liked the movie because I love dogs
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Skip, from My Dog Skip because there was such a bond there between the boy and his dog.
Toto – he had the most fun adventures
I like Heathclif and the female cat which I can’t remember her name.
I love Flipper! This is my favorite movie animal.
Free Willy is my favorite movie animal. So much heart!
I follow you on Twitter @jwerk1
I think my favorite animal is the Tiger. They are so magestic and cool!
I follow you on Twitter. My Twitter ID is @IMAXand3D
My favorite movie animal is ‘The Pie’ (short for Pirate), the horse in ‘National Velvet’; considered un-trainable he just responds to the youngsters Velvet Brown and Mi.
I follow you on Twitter now, where I am @AnnaZed.
I love dogs so I’d have to say Lassie would probably be the earliest movie dog I remember seeing. I also went with my younger brother and older sister to see the Benji movies and I really remember loving them; he was a cutie.
I follow on twitter (@CinemaInamorata)
Tweeted the contest:
I like Garfield because he is cute.
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