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Every week, we offer our readers an opportunity to win free prizes. This week, we’re giving away a Redbox eGift card to a lucky winner!

Crazy as it may seem, Thanksgiving is less than a week away! One of the many things we’re grateful for this year is the gift of entertainment, which allows us to escape into the wonderful worlds of our favorite movies. Let’s talk about the movies you’re most grateful for!

 

Enter this week’s contest by answering the following question in the comments section.

What movie(s) are you grateful to have in your life?


Again, answer this week’s question simply by entering your email above, and then hit up the comments section and tell us your choice.

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and the randomly chosen winner will receive a free Redbox eGift card.

Good luck, Insiders!

89 Responses to “Freebie Friday “Thanks a Lot” Edition: Win a Free Redbox Gift Card!”

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    Hope Saville [visitor]

    A Star is Born. Love that movie.

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    Laura [visitor]

    Love Christmas movies!!

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    Dennis [visitor]

    Not sure

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    bswain

    The Bodyguard for the hitman

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    Smark [visitor]

    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation- best xms movie ever…..

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    Claudia Dickinson [visitor]

    Titanic, The Wizard of Oz, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Bishops Wife, White Christmas….

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    DocWork [docwork]

    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the original one with Gene Wilder, of course)

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    Mindi Eden [visitor]

    It’s a Wonderful Life has always been my favorite!

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    gcaustin212

    A Dog’s Purpose with Dennis Quaid

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    keriwtsn1 [visitor]

    Gone with the Wind, Rocky Horror Picture Show, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (original animated), Animal House

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    carol [visitor]

    family stone

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    Kathy [visitor]

    The Lord of the Rings. It’s our happy place and we watch whenever we need to be uplifted.

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    labhunters2

    It’s a Wonderful Life, The original Wizard of OZ, Bulitt, The Great Escape, Cool Hand Luke, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid……..The list goes on and on!

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    Randolph [visitor]

    It’s a Wonderful Life

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    Dale [visitor]

    The Shawshank Redemption

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    Yu Tu [visitor]

    The Shack

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    spiralgyro

    Higher Power

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    Margaret Cann [visitor]

    I love The Princess Bride, The Fountain, The Royal Tenenbaums, True Grit, There Will Be Blood and so many more that I could list. I am thankful these movies exist!

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    pbarbee

    Bucket List & Me Before You

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    tbeck

    That I’m alive and well

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    joanbobk

    The Book Thief

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    mbamvakais

    Field of Dreams

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    Tonyzz [tonyzz]

    Rocky Horror Picture Show

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    david [visitor]

    the Last Unicorn – the animated movie

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    BonnieMargay [bonniemargay]

    Most recently, Bohemian Rhapsody!

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    kayshem [visitor]

    Hope Floats

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    jasd40

    The Great Escape

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    tlgilmore

    Gone with the Wind

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    cekaplan

    Willie Wonka the Chocolate Factory! How can’t you love a film with a room where everything is edible, Oompa Loompas sing cautionary tales of morality, where the bad get their cumuppance and the poor child with a heart of gold wins everything!

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    slobeavis

    All of the ones I watched. They provided entertainment for a couple of hours. Well almost all were entertaining.

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    Ronnie Martin [visitor]

    Wind River, The Town, The Hurt Locker, American Sniper, Lone Survivor, The Outlaw Josey Wales….

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    ken_23455

    The original Wizard of Oz,
    also old politically incorrect musicals like ShowBoat.

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    Joe+G [visitor]

    Cinema Paradiso

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    Teri [visitor]

    Chariots of Fire, It’s A Wonderful Life

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    Jeff R [visitor]

    Bohemian Rhapsody

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    sly_sly

    A Star is Born

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    Mark [visitor]

    Cool Hand Luke

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    Bunny455 [bunny455]

    Amadeus

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    Double_Bubble13 [double_bubble13]

    Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself & all other Tyler Perry films!!!

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