Parental Guidance Coming to Blu-ray and DVD March 26th {G!VEWAY}

Parental Guidance via @MultiTestingMom

Parental Guidance coming to
Blu-ray and DVD!

This movie arrives in stores on March 26th, 2013, starring Billy Crystal, Bette Midler, Marisa Tomei and Tom Everett Scott.


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!

Special Features:

Parental Guidance Blu-ray Special Features

  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director Andy Fickman
  • Audio Commentary with Director Andy Fickman and Billy Crystal
  • Gag Reel
  • FXM Productions Presents: In Character with Billy Crystal, Bette Midler, Marisa Tomei

Parental Guidance DVD Special Features

  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director Andy Fickman
  • Audio Commentary with Director Andy Fickman and Billy Crystal

Every Saturday night (with the odd exception), our family has Family Movie Night. I can’t wait to preview this movie to see if it can be added to our list for an upcoming movie night with the family. It has been rated “fun for all ages”!

Would you like to win a Blu-ray copy of this movie to share with your family? See below for details…

Prize: ONE copy of Parental Guidance on Blu-ray
Open to: Canadian and US Residents only
Giveaway ends: April 5th, 2013 ~12:00AM
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66 Responses to Parental Guidance Coming to Blu-ray and DVD March 26th {G!VEWAY}

  1. I find the most challenging thing about being a parent is trying to keep kids on the right track in life.

  2. Jennifer says:

    Keeping a clean home. They are like little tornadoes going around my house.

  3. imbigwillie says:

    Trying to find quality time to spend with my wife.

  4. mijulin says:

    Seeing them grow up!

  5. Sarah says:

    Definitely keeping up with household chores and trying to make time for everything and everyone
    oddball2003 at hotmail dot com

  6. Dayna W says:

    Dealing with unwanted advice and “helpful” tips.. especially from strangers.

  7. leanne_mac says:

    keeping calm during stressful times

    leannemacg at

  8. steve weber says:

    trying to find some alone time.

  9. spike says:

    ensuring they maintain your values

  10. Anu Chopra says:

    Everything is hard about being a parent!

  11. intensev5 says:

    That they have so much energy!!!

  12. gibberish says:

    Trying to carve out a little ‘me’ time. Everyone else comes first!
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

  13. Tanis S says:

    I’m not a parent yet.. will be at the end of the year, though!

  14. maria says:

    Make sure kids have ethics and morals and make good choices.

  15. What I find challenging is wishing my youngest would just listen better. Parenting can have great moments and tough moments.


    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

  16. knowing the right way to give moraks

  17. flowerchild says:

    just raising them to be good ,kind respectful people.

  18. Making sure they grow up with good ethics and morals, treating people properly.

  19. marlibu says:

    Being patient


  20. Wayne Lecoy says:

    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    It would be great to win a copy of Parental Guidance on Blu-ray.
    In response to your question of
    What do you feel is the most challenging thing about being a parent?
    The most challenging thing about being a parent is
    hoping your children will grow up with good ethics and morals
    and trying to let them live their own lives.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!

  21. Debbie says:

    My challenge right now is putting my personal beliefs aside and helping my daughter make the right decision. This is tough.
    (Debbie W)

  22. getting the kids to understand you know what you are talking about

  23. Bee W Bedard says:

    letting my kids make their own decisions

  24. Jennifer L. says:

    Balancing time for myself and time for my son.

  25. Piggy Wan says:

    not a parent, but i think it would be making them not be picky about food.
    rafflecopter – Yan Deng

  26. Sue2Sueper says:

    The hardest thing is maybe trying to ensure they have good self confidence while growing up and while grown up.


  27. The hardest thing is worrying to much. Trying to figure out whether you’re being protective or over-protective.

  28. Shari G says:

    Keeping your patience when the kids are doing everything they can to push your buttons.

  29. Dianne says:

    I think the most challenging thing in being a parent is knowing when your children are mature enough and ready to make their own decisions. You want to protect them but you know you have to give them their freedom at a certain point in their life and you just have to hope that you have taught them independence and the ability to make sound decisions.

  30. Knowing when to reinforce positive behaviour (and discourage negative behaviour) and when to just things go.

  31. sohamolina says:

    Doing the right type of parental control

  32. I heard this movie was great

  33. Belinda M says:

    I would have to say patience

  34. Gemma says:

    Finding time to spend with my husband!

  35. j reese says:

    Patience. My daughter is extremely strong willed and opinionated at the ripe age of 5. I thought my older one would be more challenging during his teen years…but at 17 he is a piece of cake!

  36. Andrea Amy says:

    not having any time for myself, and not getting any sleep for years on end.

  37. Flo says:

    My most challenging thing as a parent is trying to get to visit my family who live across the country. I like for my grandchildren to know who I am.


  38. tobyhir says:

    Always worrying about them when they aren’t in your sight…never ending…:(

  39. Angela M says:

    I find the most challenging thing about being a parent is worrying about my kids.

  40. CourtneyF says:

    The lack of sleep!

  41. dwane taylor says:

    having your children listen to the advice you give them,too try to keep them on the right track and not do the mistakes you did.

  42. Tara says:

    I find it is the hardest worrying about all the influences out there..some of the things kids are talking about and doing just scare me.

  43. Cathy Canton says:

    Balancing all the homework the kids have

  44. Sonya says:

    Giving Gracie “Quality” time

  45. Julie says:

    Watching them grow up

  46. Donna says:

    Keeping them occupied

  47. spynaert says:

    always leading them down the straight and narrow

  48. Lori Butler says:

    having teenagers, the constant worry

  49. Jonnie (JB) says:

    My oldest is a teen now and I find the hardest thing is letting go. He wants more freedom and I just want to keep him safe and sound at home with me.

  50. Trying to let the kids grow up is a challenge. Just letting them have a bit of freedom, or realizing that they are now able to do things that they never used to.

  51. Jayne says:

    Being consistent with your child when you are tired.

  52. Saying no and/or not babying them beyond reason.

  53. lisa neutel says:

    picking my battles, having patience and not going over the edge every time

  54. I’m not yet a parent, so I can’t say.

  55. Darwin Chau says:

    Discipline. Trying to be consistent between 2 parents and between the 2 children.

  56. cp says:

    The hardest thing about being a parent is time. Time enough to engage and love and build self esteem into kids.

  57. Lisa Bolduc says:

    i wouldnt know yet, we are just starting to try to have a family

  58. raising them to be responsible, respecting and loving kids with good morals

    Joye Barr

  59. Nancy Tch says:

    Discipline – my DH and I aren’t always on the same page – he’s a big softee but I’m the one that has to deal with it daily – he leaves at 6am for work and doesn’t get home until 6-7pm at night. So morning routine/after school routine can sometimes become a battle of wills.

  60. The most challenging thing is keeping a schedule when everyone is involved in different activities.

  61. ltlbitone says:

    dealing with peer pressure..

    ltlbitone@yahoo dot com

  62. Angela says:

    Finding alone time for self reflection and with hubby

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