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20 lucky MoM members will get a DVD copy of the film The Girl on the Train, valued at $29.99.

Twenty lucky winners will win a DVD copy of the film based on the best-selling novel, The Girl on the Train, starring Emily Blunt, a train commuter investigating a mystery revolving around a couple whose house she passes every day.

Please note this competition is open from January 18, 2017 until February 1, 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. 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. K. HorvathVIC
  2. L. TseACT
  4. J. O'SheaVIC
  5. T. BurrowsQLD
  6. M. KourtisVIC
  8. N. LohNSW
  9. M. HennessyNSW
  10. L. KaterinaVIC
  11. M. StewartNSW
  12. S. WilliamsNSW
  13. L. CormackACT
  14. M. SchweinsbergenSA
  15. L. JohnsonQLD
  16. N. HaltonNSW
  17. S. RackleyQLD
  18. A. GrahamVIC
  19. A. PetersenQLD
  20. C. ReichQLD
  • Tomorrow When The War Began, it’s a great series, full of intrigue, excitement and thrills, pity they didn’t make films from the rest of the books.

  • This may not be totally unique, but Harry Potter.
    It is not often that I find a film beats my imagination!

    Thank you

  • The Harry Potter books. I enjoyed reading the books and i am also now enjoying seeing my daughter reading the books and watching the movies with her.

  • Thorn birds is an old but a goodie love the characters and a chance to travel with them in film
    As they traverse life’s battles
    Also for a bit of fantasy the twilight movies were great entertainment
    Also all the agatha Christie books thrilled us in film

  • Puberty Blues because its like my very own time capsule growing up in the 80s featuring a goldmine of boganesque aussie trash talk that makes me cringe today but still brings back wonderful memories

  • I love Pride and Prejudice. This is an amazing movie and it’s always been our favourite.

  • Based on Joseph Kosinski’s original graphic novel, Oblivion was an absolutely gorgeous film expertly combining poetic romanticism and blockbuster action, it was the slickest spectacle of the year.

  • I would have to say The Iron Lady was a wonderful adaptation. The actor choices were spot on, they stuck to the most salient points and it was a joy to read and watch.

  • Palomino as it was such a sad film and book

  • Harry Potter. It’s simply magic.

  • 50 shades of grey, loved seeing what my imagination couldn’t come up with on its own

  • Hithchikers guide to the Galaxy, a bit of fun and bit of drama and a whole lot of bizaarness make this a film worth seeing.

  • “Circle of Friends” by Maeve Binchy is my favourite. Although there are some distinct differences (including the ending) between the book and the movie, they are both amazing. Minnie Driver is perfect as the not-so-perfect leading lady and the Irish backdrop adds to the charm of the story.

  • Schindler’s List – even though it’s a ‘Nazi’ piece of work, Spielberg shows he’s made of the ‘Reich’ stuff with his superb directing of such emotional and sensitive material

  • Sleepers. I have never seen a movie that was as good as the book until I saw this one. It was perfect.

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