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Enter to Win: The Goods – Live Hard, Sell Hard DVD Giveaway

'Tis the season to be jolly, and we can think of few better ways to lighten the mood than by sitting down to watch a funny movie. In fact, if the economy has you down, or the crowds at the mall have made you feel more cranky than festive, then you really need to enter this contest.

If you missed your chance to see The Goods while it was in the theaters, you're in luck, because Blogcritics is going to give you a chance to own a copy. Here's the rundown on The Goods:

A smooth-talking jack-of-all-trades attempts to save a struggling car dealership from certain bankruptcy in this comedy starring Jeremy Piven, directed by Chappelle's Show creator Neal Brennan, and produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Gary Sanchez Productions. Don Ready (Piven) takes sales seriously; he's always up for a challenge, and he parties as hard as he works. Approached to help an ailing car dealership from falling into the red, Ready recruits a crew of his best men and descends upon the quiet town of Temecula determined to succeed. Ving Rhames, Ed Helms, James Brolin, and David Koechner co-star.

Because we think everyone deserves a chance to kick back and laugh a little in the midst of holiday preparations, Blogcritics is giving away ten (10) copies of The Goods, winners to be determined by random drawing. Here's what you need to know:

  • Fill out the entry form.
  • Entries must be received by December 20.
  • The winners will be drawn on or after December 20.
  • The winners will be notified by e-mail and in the comments section below.
  • You must be a resident of the U.S. or Canada to enter and over the age of 18.
  • One entry per person and one winning entry per household.

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From the guys behind Talladega Nights and Step Brothers comes The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, the outrageous comedy starring Jeremy Piven that Roger Ebert calls “cheerfully energetic and very vulgar.” Own it on DVD December 15. Rated R. From Paramount Home Entertainment.

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