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The Journey Home DVD Review and #Giveaway

        I was recently asked to review a new movie from RLJ Entertainment called The Journey Home and I honestly figured it would be a perfect one for Dane and the older family members to finally watch together.  On September 22nd, 2015, RLJ Entertainment releases The Journey Home on Digital Video and DVD for families every where to enjoy.  We were thrilled to finally have something more geared towards the whole family and not just another cartoon.


        The synopsis says "When Luke Mercier (Dakota Goyo, Real Steel) heard some noise outside his house, he never could have guessed what he would find.  Discovering a young polar bear cub that has been separated from its mother, Luke knows he has to do something to help. Despite the warnings of his family and friends, Luke speeds off on a snowmobile, with the cub in tow, deep into the frozen wilderness.  But when a violent storm closes in, Luke’s mother (Bridget Moynahan, “Blue Bloods”) and family friend Muktuk (Goran Visnjic, “ER”) frantically search for the daring pair as they defy starvation and below freezing temperatures so both boy and bear can complete their own journeys home."
        We loved the story and the bravery shown by Luke.  It was cute seeing the relationships develop between himself and the cub and how it teaches you to never give up on something as anything is possible when you put your mind to it.  I thought this was a very difficult movie to make it through without crying especially as a mother but the tears were well worth it.

THE JOURNEY HOME DVD
Genre:  Family/Drama/Adventure
Rating:  PG
Language:  English
Format:  Color
Year:  2014
SRP:  $27.97
Length:  98 minutes
UPC:  0014381002898
Cat#: POL00289DVD
Aspect Ratio:  2.35:1
Audio Format:  Dolby Digital 5.1

Giveaway:  RLJ Entertainment is going to give TWO of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers The Journey Home on DVD to watch of their own!
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39 comments:

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  2. I am most proud of accomplishing my masters degree. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com Bernie Wallace

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  3. Finishing school while working part time and taking care of 3 children.

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  4. I am proud of finishing my degree.

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  7. I am most proud of homeschooling my 3 children. Thank you

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  8. I am proud of raising my daughter to be a good person!

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  9. I am proud of getting my masters degree.

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  11. My daughter is my greatest accomplishment. Nothing else has made me as proud.

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  12. I am proud of my two beautiful girls.

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  13. I'm most proud of marrying a wonderful man and giving birth to our two beautiful daughters.

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  15. I am most proud of raising my three children on my own while working and attending college at the same time to obtain my teaching degree.

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  16. my two kids!!!!!

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  17. I am proud of the people my children have become with a lot of love, guidance and support from me.

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  18. I am proud to have raised my 4 kids on my own and they have done well in life so far.

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  19. The things that I am most proud of is rescuing/helping animals and going vegan 4 years ago :)

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  20. I am most proud that I had the courage to quit my corporate job six years ago to homeschool my three young children.

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  23. I am proud of being the first person in my family to attend college.

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  26. Although its been many years, I'm proud that I skipped my Junior year in High School and graduated High School at 16 years old.

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  27. I'm most proud of earning my B.S. in less than four years followed closely by being able to help others.

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  28. My children are my greatest accomplishment, they have both grown into adults that I am proud of.

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  31. Finishing my first half marathon

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  32. Finishing college when everyone said i wouldnt because I'd postponed it to have my child.

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  33. My biggest accomplishment is raising compassionate and grateful children

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