Posts Tagged ‘chick flicks’

Giveaway: The Back Up Plan with Jennifer Lopez and Alex O’Loughlin

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

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We’re super, super pleased to have a giveaway today to celebrate the August 24th DVD/Blu-ray release of “The Back Up Plan.” It stars Jenny from the Block aka Jennifer Lopez, and the seriously hunky vampire from Moonlight – Alex O’Loughlin! Lopez movies are always really fun chick flicks. (Have you SEEN “The Wedding Planner”? I have, like ten different times! Muahaha. Yes, it’s a guilty pleasure movie. It also makes me want to become a wedding planner, like, every time I watch. Although, think of the stress!)

The Back Up Plan Synoposis: Jennifer Lopez stars as Zoe, a single New Yorker who dreams about meeting Mr. Right, having a baby and living happily ever after. But after a string of Mr. Wrongs, Zoe commits to her back-up plan: to take on motherhood alone. Zoe’s plan proves far from foolproof when moments after her procedure she’s swept up into a whirlwind romance with Stan (Alex O’Loughlin), the man of her dreams. Can Zoe hide her pregnancy until Stan is ready for the truth? Or will the truth send him packing? The Back-Up Plan is a hilarious romantic comed ... Read More

The Official Best of Fest ‘Chick Flicks’ Review & Giveaway

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

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The snazzy Official Best of Fest gift sets aim to show you the best films you’ve never seen, or even heard about. I received a copy of the Chick Flicks gift set to review, but I’ve naturally had to take a couple days to watch enough of it to talk about.

These are substantial films that really make you feel.

Two disc’s are included. The first one has short films, and the second disc has two feature films. I was surprised by the short films, because while I thought they might all be feel-good, happy, mushy things – they were actually mostly dramas that kind of…well, there was a need for Kleenex! They’re ‘Chick Flicks’ in the sense that I can’t think of many guys who would appreciate watching these the way a woman could, but there’s nothing slap-happy involved here. These are substantial films that really make you feel.

I especially enjoyed the films The Republic of Love, Gafa, Charlotte’s Red an ... Read More