American Sniper DVD Giveaway (Concluded)

American Sniper comes to DVD on Tuesday, May 19th.

1More Film Blog is happy to partner with Grace Hill Media and Warner Brothers to give away a free DVD to two lucky readers. In conjunction with the film’s DVD release, Warner Brothers is donating $1 for each DVD sold, up to $1 million, to The Wounded Warrior Project.

If you would like to enter for a chance to win a free DVD, simply leave a comment below. What film or films have made you think more deeply about war and its impact? Better yet, do you know a soldier you can thank for his or her service? Why not take the opportunity to express your appreciation.

I will select winners at random* from all comments left by 5:00 p.m., Monday, May 18th.

In the meantime, check out our review (from Andrew Spitznas) of the film.

*1 entry per household, please. Region 1 DVDs, so entries limited to U.S. and Canada.



10 Replies to “American Sniper DVD Giveaway (Concluded)”

  1. Bernie Wallace

    The movie black hawk down made me think about war and its impact. I would like to thank my father, uncle and grandfather for their service.

  2. Jenn McClearn

    I love Flags of our fathers and Pearl Harbor, letters from Iwo Jima defiantely gave me a different perspective on WW2. I would love to thank my husband and my cousin for their service at home and away

  3. juanciccone

    The last war movie I bought was Fury and I really loved it. It didn’t glorify war, it made everything seem so real, intense and sometimes uncomfortable. I would love to win this giveaway! I’ve been dying to see this film!

  4. Les Nordman

    “Schindler’s List” affected my deeply about the morality of fighting a war. Also, “American Sniper”, not just because you are giving it away, but because it showed me the hell the soldiers are going through over in the Middle East.

  5. 1froglegs

    Full Metal Jacket, which I watched when I was a kid. It showed me the rigors, both physically and mentally, that people face who are sent into war. It makes me respect even more the people that stand up and volunteer and say “send me”. People like Marcus Luttrell, Chris Kyle and the millions of others whose names we will never hear deserve our gratitude, and their sacrifices should never be diminished or forgotten.

  6. P Johnston

    “We Were Soldiers” did a very nice job of showing the impact of military service on family life. That’s a different take from most military films which look at soldiers without reference to other aspects of their lives.

  7. kenmorefield

    Congratulations to juanciccone and KimberlyReid who were selected at random from the eight entrants to receive the DVD prize package. Thank you for everyone who entered.

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