Jack Black is an actor that divides opinions sharply. His schtick infuriates some whilst winning the hearts and minds of others. This week will be a celebration of Mr Black’s films, from the inspired to the erm… less so. This post included, there will be eight posts in all, including a bunch from a few really great guest bloggers. So you won’t be subjected to too much of my writing without respite. However, I will be kicking things off later today with a review of Kung Fu Panda (2008).
To make things even better, thanks to Madman Entertainment I have a copy of Jack Black’s latest film, the inspired Bernie which featured in my top 5 of 2012 last week, on DVD to give away. The way to win is similar to the last few competitions I have run, but I have included the details for you below in case you weren’t reading then. Be sure to enter as many times as you want. Entry is open to you, no matter where in the world you live.
To enter, simply do the following:
- ‘Like’ the post on Facebook for one entry.
- Comment on the post on Facebook for two entries.
- Share the post on Facebook for two entries.
- Retweet the post on Twitter for two entries.
- Like the post on this site for one entry.
- Comment on the post on this site for two entries.
There will be double entries for the Bernie review that will close off A Week at Bernie’s on Saturday and entries will remain open until midnight on Thursday 17 January (Australian time). If you have any questions about the competition, ask me in the comments section or fire and email to email@example.com.
To kick off some entries, tell me in the comments section your favourite and least favourite Jack Black flicks.
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Favorite: The Holiday
Least favorite: Margot at the Wedding
Interesting. I haven’t seen either. I think I have heard good things about Margot… so interesting you were not a fan.
I like Jack Black but i will be honest in the hope it gets me the prize i only want to see this movie for the talents of Shirley MacLaine.
That’s a fair reason to want to see it. Thanks for commenting.