Giveaway: Win 1 Of 3 Mother’s Day DVD’s

There are lots of fantastic films coming out on DVD in the run up to Christmas, including the rather lovely film Mother’s Day, starring Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson.

Mother's Day

Released to own on DVD, Blu Ray and online from 3rd October features an all star cast with the rather delectable Timothy Olyphant (of Justified fame) and Jack Whitehall – he plays such a lovely character in his own Jack way.

A definite rom-com to get you in the mood for snuggling up on the sofa with a blanket – the film spans the few days before Mother’s Day and follows the lives of several families to have to figure out how they will be spend the day.

I will not give any of the story lines away, however it is a really heart warming film with a whole heap of giggles thrown into the mix too! There has to be a happy ending or two, right?

Mother's Day

The film is directed by the rather awesome Garry Marshall (the guy behind Pretty Woman and Beaches) and has a 12 years old tag. The DVD will feature a gag reel and deleted scenes too.Β Mother’s Day is out to download, on DVD and Blu-ray 3rd October

Manchester Mummy has 3 copies of the Mother’s Day DVD to giveaway – so enter the Gleam form below for your chance to win one of these awesome DVDs. Good Luck!

Mother’s Day DVD

Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 23rd October 2016.
The winning entries will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winners will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winners will receive a Mother’s Day DVD.
Open to UK residents only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.


  1. Emily Hallett says:

    I would spend my day shopping, having a lovely meal in the sunshine and then watching a movie at the cinema in the evening.

  2. Rachel Craig says:

    What a Wonderful idea. I think maybe I would spend the day at a hotel Spa where I could have a swim, a relaxing massage and a nice tasty / delicious meal. It would be lovely to relax and have a peaceful day.

  3. Jenny @ thebrickcastle says:

    A long bath. meals cooked and my family a hive of activity meaning that my ‘day off’ didn’t turn into ‘a bloody hard day next day having to do everything I didn’t do the first day’.

  4. Louise A says:

    No phone calls, no interruptions, long soak in the bath with lashings of hot water and candles, then a pub lunch followed by a walk in the countryside. In the evening into pjs, a takeaway then cuddled up on the sofa with a nice glass of win and watching a dvd box set

  5. Alison Macdonald says:

    It would start with a lie-in! Breakfast in bed with newspapers. Nice soak in bubble bath, some beauty treatments, nice meal with champagne and an early night to read my book!! Heaven πŸ˜‰

  6. Ruth Harwood says:

    Sitting in a quiet spot in the shade of a hot place with a cup of coffee, a book, clear skies, and the occassional dip in a pool!!

  7. Sharon stanley (@Shandy2008) says:

    resting with brandy and a nice hot bath…well having the bathroom to myself for more than 2 minutes without having to break up a squable or have an audience.

  8. Paula Readings says:

    Doing nothing but sitting in the garden with people bringing me food & drink when required. (it has to be a warm day)

  9. Angela McDonald says:

    I’d go out and have fun! I’d go karting, eat pizza with the family, visit a waterpark and spend quality time with my boyfriend

  10. Carly Belsey says:

    I would spend the morning chilling out with my gorgeous kiddies then I would spend the rest of the day shopping on my own as I haven’t done that for years! πŸ™‚

  11. jo liddement says:

    It would be a blissful day being totally on my own with no work to do at all and to be left alone to read and do some knitting/sewing and watch some dvd’s with a nice meal to round off the day…in my dreams

  12. Jo McPherson says:

    I’d have breakfast made, then a day on my own relaxing how I would like to πŸ™‚ Then a family dinner out in the evening followed by watching whatever I would like on the TV πŸ™‚

  13. Susan B says:

    Ooooh, what a lovely thought. I would spend it shopping in the finest shops in London then back to a posh hotel for a drink, dinner and a night in a beautiful suite.

  14. Adrian Bold says:

    Honestly – I never feel like i get enough sleep or have time to watch all the films and TV I want to.

    I would spend the entire day with my phone off, and sleeping / catching up on my viewing.

  15. Elspeth MacMillan says:

    Supervising the maid that is cleaning my house from top to bottom while I enjoy relaxing on the sofa catching up on all the TV I miss πŸ˜€

  16. Vickie Jackson says:

    I’d love to spend it in a big huge comfy bed with mountains of pillows and with my kids with me πŸ™‚ perfect!!

  17. Diana says:

    Sleeping till midday and not doing any cleaning or tidying. Would just relax with family where everything would be done for me.

  18. Gill Mitchell says:

    I would go to the cinema with best mate, eat Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, then go for a lovely meal with wine πŸ˜€

  19. Hekna says:

    I’d want to spend a day in a beautiful location, perhaps a wood cabin in a forest, with a good book and big mugs of hot chocolate. Just enjoying the peace and quiet in a beautiful place.

  20. Nicki Simpson says:

    I would demand reasonable weather and go walking in The lakes with my family, followed by a lovely roast dinner which I do not need to contribute my efforts to

  21. Jennifer Bruce says:

    Pancakes for breakfast, shopping with a personal shopper, dinner in a posh restaurant and home to a bath with a glass of red! It’s nice to dream!

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