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15 lucky winners will receive a double pass to see And So It Goes, in Cinemas August 7.

From the director of When Harry Met Sally and the writer of As Good As It Gets, And So It Goes unites Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton for the first time in this wonderful tale that proves it’s never too late to find happiness and discover love.

This film follows a self-obsessed real estate, who must turn to his loveable neighbour for help, when his grand-daughter lands on his doorstep.

Watch the trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk_JFt37OhU

Please note this competition is open from 18th July 2014 until 1st August 2014 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. N. PhillipsWA
  2. A. StephanieNSW
  3. J. AlanthwaiteNSW
  4. B. RabNSW
  5. T. HarringtonQLD
  6. T. McCarthyVIC
  7. S. BlockleyTAS
  8. B. ChandlerQLD
  9. A. JenkinsNSW
  10. M. WalkerQLD
  11. S. WalkerNSW
  12. M. MahWA
  13. M. GardnerVIC
  14. R. JILLWA
  15. H. JessicaNSW
  • I’ve started mothering again. Instead of using electronic devices whilst the kids are around, I now wait until they are in bed. We are doing so much together.


  • Reunited with a guy who I knew at university, who did the same course as my ex-husband, and a catch up lunch between two friends gave me a new life of love, laughter, a ginger cat and a gorgeous baby.


  • I pulled my socks up held my head high and moved back in with mum and Dad!


  • every day is a new day but it reminds me of where I’ve come from and where I’m going


  • Moved to a new state with no family and friends and started a whole new life.


  • I moved from Johannesburg to Perth and had to find a job, a school for the kids and make new friends. 32 years later I am so happy that I made the effort.


  • I don’t think I would want to started over again coz my life is great


  • We sold everything we had, and moved closer to the ocean, love it and wouldnt change it for the world!


  • I went on a liver cleanse and renewed my body as well as enlightening my soul by moving to a new suburb so I could make new friends and be really me again. A bit selfish really but it worked.


  • I started over last week-moving out and setting up my own happy home.


  • I was happily living alone with my three children but missing a true partner, then out of the blue I met my now husband! My 3 year old at the time often talks of \”when we found you dadda\”… We started our life over! All in love, now with 2 more little baby girls!


  • Divorced after 23 years of marriage & 4 kids, moved to a new town, new hubby, new job. A big life change = start all over again.


  • After a few stressful years, I had to take stock and realise that worrying about what I can’t control was not only pointless but damaging. Changing my mind-set has been a slow process but definitely worthwhile and it’s certainly not too late “to teach this old mum new tricks”!


  • After a divorce at 29,
    My life has turned out fine,
    Dropped 47kgs and have an adventurous guy,
    Positivism has stopped me from all those cries!


  • You find ways to do it, after many miscarriages and stillborn you don’t forget you find a way to move on and start over again and for that I have now 3 beautiful daughters out of 7 pregnancies.


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