Parental Guidance Blu-ray Giveaway

I'm a huge Bette Medler fan. Who doesn't love Hocus Pocus or The First Wives Club or even Beaches?! I could watch all three of those movies over and over again and still enjoy them like it's my first time watching them.  When I first saw the trailer to her movie, Parental Guidance I really wanted to see it. Not only does it have Bette Medler in it, but it also has Billy Crystal and Marisa Tomei.

Billy Crystal, Bette Midler and Marisa Tomei prove that laughter is relative in this hilarious comedy that’s fun for the whole family!

Old-school grandparents Artie (Crystal) and Diane (Midler) get more than they bargained for when they get stuck babysitting their type-A daughter’s (Tomei) overprotected kids. But things go from hectic to hysterical when Artie realizes the kids are running the house with their newfangled technology. By playing by his own rules, which include sugary snacks, old fashioned games and tough love, Artie manages to outsmart the kids and achieve the impossible- bring the family closer together!

Like always, life happened and I wasn't able to see it in theaters  but from a few friends who did go see it they told me it was a really good movie.

Luckily I'll be getting to see the movie soon and will share my review with you all within a few weeks, but until then Just Us Girls and Fox would love to offer one of you lucky winners a blu-ray copy of the movie.

Check out the trailer of Parental Guidance below and to enter the giveaway check out Bette Midler's best musical moments below and tell me which is your favorite!


The First Wives Club

Brenda Morelli (Bette Midler), Elise Eliot (Goldie Hawn), Anne MacDuggan (Diane Keaton) and Cynthia Swann (Stockard Channing) are finally on the good side of fortune after successfully executing a plan of revenge against their philandering soon-to-be ex-husbands when Middler’s Brenda leads the women
into a gleeful rendition of “You don’t Own Me.”

Hocus Pocus

In this magical film, the Sanderson sisters kidnap a young girl named Emily and soon her older brother, Thackery Binx (Sean Murray) is pursuing them. Not to be outsmarted, however, Winnie Sanderson (Bette Midler) kills all of the adults with an enchanting performance of “I Put a Spell on You,” that only a star of Middler’s caliber could have carried out.


This sentimental tale follows the friendship between Cecilia Carol (Bette Midler) and Hilary Whitney (Barbara Hershey) as they graduate from girlhood to womanhood. The journey taken by the two lifelong friends culminates with one friend caring for the other in her last days and Midler’s moving performance of
“You are the Wind Beneath my Wings.”

For The Boys

Dixie Leonard (Bette Midler) is called on to attend a celebration of the career of her business partner, Eddie Sparks (James Caan), but has second thoughts when she recalls the more contentious times in their relationship. However, at the last minute Dixie decides to support Eddie and leave the past behind, for the
boys in uniform.

The Rose

Based on the life of music powerhouse Janis Joplin, The Rose centers on the life of troubled pop star, Mary Rose (Bette Midler), who is being confronted by more than a few thorny situations and not coping well. Bette’s performance of the film’s title track, in the film, catapulted her from rosebud to full rose in the 1980’s.


In her portrayal of notorious stage mother Rose Hovick, Bette Midler demonstrates, in grand fashion, Rose’s mission to make her daughter, June, a star. Despite numerous setbacks, June ultimately blossoms into “Gypsy Rose Lee” and takes the world by storm!

So Which Is Your Favorite?!


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