Tuesday, October 27, 2015

ROOM ~ Love Knows No Boundaries ~ #Giveaway #ROOMmovie


Once in awhile there is a book or movie that is so emotional and touches my heart and soul. The story is so very moving and suspenseful with a story line that I can relate to in some way, whether big or small. The book, Room, is one of those story lines that touch my heart, although not because I've been in character's situation, but because I'm a mother...a woman...a human being. 


The Story:
ROOM tells the extraordinary story of Jack, a spirited 5 year old who is looked after by his loving and devoted Ma. Like any good mother, Ma dedicates herself to keeping Jack happy and safe, nurturing him with warmth and love and doing typical things like playing games and telling stories. Their life, however, is anything but typical ~ they are trapped ~ confined to a windowless, 10 by 10 foot space, which Ma has euphemistically named "Room." Ma has created a whole universe for Jack within Room, and she will stop at nothing to ensure that even in this treacherous environment, Jack is able to live a complete and fulfilling life. But as Jack's curiosity about their situation grows, and Ma's resilience reaches its breaking point, they enact a risky plan to escape, ultimately bringing them face to face with what may turn out to be the scariest thing yet: the real world. 


At once a taut narrative of captivity and freedom, an imaginative trip into the wonders of childhood, and a profound portrait of a family's bond and fortitude, ROOM is a beautifully transcendent experience based on the award winning global bestseller by Emma Donoghue. Director Lenny Abrahamson remains faithful to the novel while bringing Jack, Ma and their entirely singular world to heart pounding and intensely cinematic life. ROOM demonstrates the triumphant power of family love even in the darkest of circumstances, and is sure to take its place among the most emotionally affecting films to ever explore the bond between parents and children.

This is one movie that I can't wait to see. After reading the book, I would highly recommend it to anyone. Visit the ROOM website and follow ROOM on Facebook and Twitter.
#ROOMmovie



Now for the giveaway...one AWESOME reader will win a $30 Gift Card and the ROOM Book. Simply enter on the Rafflecopter form below...Good Luck!

Giveaway open to US only ~ 18 years or older
Ends 11/8/15

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Review Wire Media for A24. I received information to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation. All opinions are entirely my own.
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84 comments:

  1. I really liked The Hobbit!
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  2. I love any curious george book as a child and the story of cinderella.

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  3. Charlotte's Web was my favorite book as a child!

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  4. Commented on non-giveaway post as Janet W.

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  5. My favorite book as a pre-teen was Ella Enchanted.

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  6. My favorite books of all time is my Lord of The Rings Trilogy of books I got for Christmas last year. I am a huge fan.

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  7. My most recent favorite is Uprooted. It's such a fun, enjoyable read!

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  8. I like the Harry Potter series.

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  9. My current favorite book is Mean Streak by Sandra Brown.

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  10. I really enjoy the book The Moth Diaries. As a child, my favorite book was The Giving Tree.

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  11. i loved the notebook

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  12. The Stand by Stephen King is my favorite book :)

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  13. To Kill a Mockingbird is my favorite.

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  14. Running with Scissors by Augusten Burroughs is my favorite book.

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  15. Commented on non-giveaway post as Janet W.

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  16. My favorite now is Small Sacrifices by Ann Rule.

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  17. Heather Hayes PanjonOctober 28, 2015 at 2:17 PM

    The Notebook Is A Favorite!

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  18. The Rainbow fish is one of my favorites to read to my kids.

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  19. I'm up there in years but as a child I always loved the Oz series.

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  20. Shadow's Claim by Kresley Cole
    The Hobbit by Tolkien
    Snow Globe by Jenny Nelson
    Last Vampire series by Christopher Pike

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  21. Oh I really loved Paper Towns!

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  22. I liked reading Little Women as a child

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  23. My favorite book is A Tale of Two Cities...Charles Dickens. ANY Dickens novel really! And Down and Out in Paris and London is a close second!

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  24. I loved Black Velvet as a child and I have already given my (2 year old, LOL) great grand-daughter a copy of her own.

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  25. I loved the Dragonlance series.

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  26. The notebook is my favorite. Thank you

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  27. Commented on non-giveaway post as Janet W.

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  28. I can't pick just one book now but I use to love to read Aesop's Fables when I was younger. I can remember just laying in bed and reading as much as I could. thank you!
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  29. While in school I loved Charlottes Web

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  30. My favorite book was The Hobbit.

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  31. I just loved mice and men when I was a kid.

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  32. My favorite book is Where the Red Fern Grows – Wilson Rawls

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  33. My favorite book is the Chronicles of Narnia series!
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    Ashley C

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  34. I liked the secret Garden as a kid

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  35. As a child, I loved little house on the prairie!

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    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. A book that really grabbed me is 1959's "Alas, Babylon"-got me started on post-apocalyptic fiction!

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  37. Harry Potter is my favorite

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  38. One of my favorites that I like to read is Harry Potter and Percy Jackson

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  39. My favorite book is The Shining by Stephen King.
    Talk about suspense!
    thank you

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  40. I loved the book Fudge by Judy Blume

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  41. My favorite book is The Patron Saint of Butterflies.

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  42. Commented on non-giveaway post as Janet W.

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  43. Gone with the Wind and Flowers in the Attic.

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  44. My favorite book when I was a child was Where the Wild Things Are.

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  45. i aways loved tuck everlasting. favorite childhood book.

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  46. TO Kill a Mockingbird is my fave!

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  47. My favorite book as a child was Charlotte's Web.

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  48. I love the book I Alex Cross by James Patterson.

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  49. My favorite book is Brave New World.

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  50. I like the Pretty Little Liars books.

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  51. I loved Dean Koontz The Funhouse.

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  52. One of my favorites is Water for Elephants.

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  53. The westing game...i loved it as a child..I reread it and still love it!

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  54. My favorite book as a kid where the sidewalk ends

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  55. I love The Notebook by Nicolas Sparks

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  56. the giving tree is our favorite book

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  57. i loved the witche sby rohld dahl as a child.

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  58. When I was a child I loved Charlottes Web

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  59. One of my favorites is Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden. it is part of "The Tomorrow" series.

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  60. My favorite book is The Count of Monte Cristo.

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  61. My favorites as a child were Dr Seuss Hop on Pop

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  62. I like the Harry Potter series.

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  63. My favorite book is Oddkins by Dean Koontz.

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  64. My favorite book is Insomnia by Stephen King!
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  65. The Very Hungry Caterpillar. I loved the metamorphism. kneecree at gmail dot com

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  66. I loved Shel Silverstein's Where The Sidewalk Ends as a kid.I actually just found a copy at a thrift store and am introducing my 4 kids to it.

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  67. Pillars of the Earth is my favorite book

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  68. When I was a child, my favorite book was Where the Wild Things Are. Thank you

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  69. The Chocolate Kiss is my fave haha, ever since I was a kid!

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