Monday, December 12, 2011

The Help

The Help has been out on Blu-Ray and DVD for almost a week now. {December 6th} It was one movie that I wanted to watch from the very first trailer I saw before it was in theaters. 
With loads of my Facebook friends raving about the book and then the movie I just couldn’t wait until it came out on Blu-Ray and DVD.  The wait was definitely well worth it.
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The Help is funny and touching.  It teaches us all a valuable lesson and it’s a movie that besides a few bad words, the whole family should watch.  We all sat down as a family to watch it and I’m glad we did.  I think that both of my girls learned that we are all people with feelings.  We are all people with hearts and souls and that we should all be thankful for one another. 
Kelsie cried at the end of the movie when Abilieen was fired and had to leave a little girl crying, not wanting her to leave.  Kelsie didn’t understand why she didn’t take the little girl with her.  She could see the love that little girl had for a lady that wasn’t her biological mother but a mother in the sense that she took care of her from the day she was born.
The best part of the whole movie was about the chocolate pie.  We all laughed until we couldn’t laugh anymore.  She deserved what she got and the fact that her mother laughed too, that was the icing on the cake!  Ha!
The Help is a wonderful movie that everybody can connect with on one level or another.  It’s a movie that belongs in everybody’s collection and if you haven’t seen it yet, I encourage you all to add it to your Christmas lists this year!
3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack  (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) = $44.99 U.S./$51.99 Canada Exclusive Blu-ray Bonus Features:
 The Making of “The Help:” From Friendship To Film
 In Their Own Words: A Tribute To The Maids Of Mississippi
 Three deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor, including „Humiliated,‟ „A
Book About Jackson‟ and „Johnny‟s Home‟ (which is a Blu-ray exclusive)
DVD Bonus Features:
 Two deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor including „A Senator‟s Son‟
and „Keep On Walkin‟
 “The Living Proof” music video by Mary J. Blige

2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD) = $39.99 U.S./$46.99 Canada

Exclusive Blu-ray Bonus Features:
 The Making of “The Help:” From Friendship To Film
 In Their Own Words: A Tribute To The Maids Of Mississippi
 Three deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor including „Humiliated,‟ „A
Book About Jackson‟ and „Johnny‟s Home‟ (which is a Blu-ray exclusive)
DVD Bonus Features:
 Two deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor, including „A Senator‟s Son‟
and „Keep On Walkin‟
 “The Living Proof” music video by Mary J. Blige
1-Disc DVD = $29.99 U.S./$35.99 Canada
Bonus Features:  
 Two deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor, including „A Senator‟s Son‟
and „Keep On Walkin‟
 “The Living Proof” music video by Mary J. Blige
High Definition Digital Download = $39.99 U.S./$46.99 Canada Bonus Feature:   
 Three deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor, including „Humiliated,‟ „A
Book About Jackson‟ and „Johnny‟s Home‟ (which is a Blu-ray exclusive)
 “The Living Proof” music video by Mary J. Blige
Standard Definition Digital Download = $29.99 U.S./$35.99 Canada Bonus Feature:   
 Three deleted scenes with introductions by Director Tate Taylor, including „Humiliated,‟ „A
Book About Jackson‟ and „Johnny‟s Home‟ (which is a Blu-ray exclusive)
 “The Living Proof” music video by Mary J. Blige

On-Demand
For additional information and pricing, please contact your television provider or favorite digital
retailer. Bonus features are not offered with On-Demand.
**we received the above mentioned movie for review purposes only.  all opinions are 100% honest and my own.

2 comments:

Miller Racing Family said...

I haven't seen this so I will have to add it to the winter movie list.

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