Mother’s Day Giveaway- The Guilt Trip Gift Basket

Jennifer, 5 Minutes for Mom’s assistant, shares her insight into the movie, The Guilt Trip, in this giveaway. She received a copy of the movie but her opinions are her own.

I am so excited about the April 30th release of The Guilt Trip. Did you see it when it was at the theater? To me, this would be the perfect movie to sit and watch with your mother — and now you can, because we are giving away The Guilt Trip Mother’s Day gift basket, filled with goodies. The basket will also include a special copy of the movie — just for you Mom!

About The Guilt Trip

The “hilarious and heartfelt” story of one man’s cross-country road trip with his mother, THE GUILT TRIP hits the road on  Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand April 30, 2013 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.

Screen legend Barbra Streisand and comic master Seth Rogen “are the perfect comedy duo” (Shawn Edwards, Fox-TV) in director Anne  Fletcher’s (The Proposal) delightful and heartwarming comedy that is “packed with laugh-out-loud moments” (Meriah Doty, Yahoo! Movies).  As inventor Andy Brewster (Rogen) is about to embark on a road trip to sell his latest product, he feels compelled to invite his mother, Joyce (Streisand), along for the ride.  Across 3,000 miles of adventure and antics both Andy and Joyce discover that while they have their differences, they also have more in common than they ever realized.

 An ideal gift to share with your mom on Mother’s Day, THE GUILT TRIP will be available in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack with UltraViolet™.  The two-disc set comes packed with over an hour of hilarious bonus features including featurettes on Barbra and Seth, a look inside Barbra’s world, an alternate opening and ending, over 10 deleted scenes and an uproarious gag reel.  The film will also be available as a single-disc DVD.

The Blu-ray release available for purchase will be enabled with UltraViolet, a new way to collect, access and enjoy movies.  With UltraViolet, consumers can add movies to their digital collection in the cloud, and then stream or download them – reliably and securely – to a variety of devices.

Enter to win

One reader is going to get their chance to win this wonderful spa gift basket as well as the special Mother’s Day copy of The Guilt Trip. Use the Rafflecopter form to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second video on how to enter!

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  1. Molly Martin says

    My mom & I drove across country from Oregon to Tennessee to get me to UT for college. It was loads of fun. We did all the silly touristy stuff on the way like seeing that enormous prairie dog in Kansas. Fun times!

  2. Anne Taylor says

    it was in the 70s. My mom was driving a mini and took me and my 2 siblings from Victoria to the interior of BC and into the Rockies! All in our teeny tiny mini lol At one point I remember being surrounded by bikers on some stretch of highway…my mom was terrified but I thought it was a blast lol


  3. Jennifer Thomas says

    Wow… It was the early 80’s. We were moving cross country from FLorida to California.. My Mom, My sister and baby brother.. My dad was in a Uhaul… It was definitely interesting.. Texas is a REALLY LOOOOONNNNG state! 😉

  4. Anne Lehnick says

    My mom does NOT like riding in the car, but when I can get her in there, she always enjoys riding with the grandkids. So I’d say, any road trip we’ve taken since I gave birth to my son 6 years ago has been a good one with her.

  5. Teri says

    It has to be when we went down to check out my college and sign my lease for my first appartment. It was kind of our last big trip before I moved out on my own.

  6. Carol Yemola says

    I once went to Gettysburg National Park with my mom. She was so much fun and it was such an interesting trip.

  7. Christine Kozanda says

    best road trip was lost in Vermont on the mountain with all the runaway truck ramps wondering if we were going to live lol we’re from flatland area and so not used to that stuff – but we survived

  8. Stephanie wolfe says

    My Mom and I drove through Erie, PA & NY wine country. We stopped at every winery along the way and got lost trying to find many of the off road wineries. Our goal was to have a great weekend away on the Canadian side of the Falls. We had THE BEST time EVER. That was the last girl trip my mom and I took before I got married and had 4 babies. I do wish I had been able to relax a little more if I had only known then what I know now:0) And yes, mom was pretty much always right:0)

  9. Bud L says

    My mom and I drove threw Iowa to find the place her mom was born. Fun trip – Would love to do it again some day

  10. Karen Lynch says

    My mom doesn’t like to travel, last year my teen daughter and I went for a girls trip to MN and had a good time. We are hoping to do this yearly.

  11. Tammy S says

    The best road trip was when my sister, mom and I drove 8hrs to go back to our home town. We told old stories about things we did in the past. I have never laughed so hard for so long.

  12. Christine Jensen says

    Our family took a road trip to Mesa Verde in Colorado, my mom was with us (as it was our whole family). I really enjoyed it, as I learned so much there (I was about 11).

  13. Terra Heck says

    When I was a freshman in high school, my mom and I took a road trip with my brother to a relative’s house. It was supposed to be a six hour drive but took nine instead because we got lost. We didn’t let it deter us though. We laughed, talked and shared memories. Thanks.

  14. Kathy says

    I have never been able to take a road trip with my mom but planning a trip to my brothers on a plane with her

  15. ginette4 says

    great roadtrip with my Mom was when we went to visit family in Maine, what a great time, so much talking and being with my Mom

  16. KATHY says

    We constantly went on road trips. But a favorite weekly event every Saturday was to dress up in our favorite outfits, go downtown, have lunch, and have lots of fun window shopping.

  17. Barbara Montag says

    My Mom and I went on a spur of the moment road trip to see the Black Hills.
    We had such a great time!
    Thank you.

  18. says

    my grandmother raised me so she was my mom. When I was little we used to ride the greyhound buses all over to visit her kids. The most memorable for me was our trip to Richmond VA. They had drug dogs sniffing everything in the station. I was about 8 so had never seen such things coming from rural WV.

  19. says

    We used to drive to Chicago to go window shopping…and to Cincinnati for Kings Island. I haven’t been on a road trip with her for a very long time though!

  20. Amy L says

    My best road trip with my mom and our entire family was when we drove from our home in Ohio to Virginia Beach over 40 years ago, when I was a child. We went to Chincoteague island to see the wild horses. We swam in the ocean every day. We had dinner at a seafood restaurant. With 6 kids in our family, that trip was such a luxury, and we had the best time.

  21. Lee says

    Retirees and golf carts! My mom and I went to The Villages in Florida to visit her side of the family. I was fascinated by the elaborate golf carts people rode around in. We went to Daytona Beach and didn’t get in the water!

  22. Minerva says

    My mom & I went to the movies with my little sister. I wanted to see a love story & my little sister want to see a cartoon. It was the weekend so some kids from school was there too. Asking to see the movie with them instead of with my family, my mother said ” No this is our family day!” I replied ” I don’t want to see a cartoon! I want to see a teen love story with kids my age! So my mother grab my and said ” I will show you a love story! In front of my peers she reached to put her arms around me & start hugging & kissing me! I was so mad & embarrass I went in to see the cartoon with them & did not asking for any candy, pop or popcorn! Lol

  23. Belinda McNabb says

    The best road trip taken with my mom was to fargo. A whole weekend of shopping and mom and daughter time

  24. Stephanie G says

    My mom and I drove all around Oregon one time, we went to Crater Lake and saw all the Rose Garden and all the sites in Portland, it was one of the only road trips just the two of us have taken and it was a lot of fun for both of us!

  25. Cathy C says

    I have fun memories of the road trip we took to Galveston Beach when I was a kid! Lots of fun in the sun!

  26. Jenn B says

    Best road trip was a trip from San Antonio, TX to Biloxi, MS. I road in the back of the station wagon trying to keep the cat she found at her mom’s house inside the box. =) I was 11 years old.

  27. Robyn says

    We went to Iowa to visit relatives, and it was just the two of us. My mom shared so many stories about her childhoodl How devestating it was losing her Mom when she was so young. She also shared all the wonderful memories they had together. I realize why she is such a strong person, and an awesome Mom.

  28. Deb K says

    My Mom and I used to take road trips all the time~but one time we had to bring a camper back for my Dad and we had no idea how to drive hauling that! We laughed so much and just thinking about it now makes me smile :-)
    I sure miss my Mama but Thank God for all the good memories.

  29. Leah Shumack says

    My mom passed away when I was 11 so I don’t remember much. But I know we traveled in the car to Cape Cod a few months before

  30. Erin says

    My family lived pretty far in the middle of nowhere, TN, so any car ride was considered a road trip. My mom and I always had a blast where ever we were going. I once told my mom about a dream that I’d had when I was a child, which my butt was filled with helium! I thought she’d never stop laughing and it has become an inside joke that is mentioned almost every time we’re together now :]

  31. Georgia Beckman says

    We used to go to Nashville IN every fall. My mom, both of my sisters & my aunt. (My mom’s sister) We would stop & eat breakfast first (OF COURSE!), enjoy the scenic fall drive to Nashville, hit all the shops & eat our way through the day.

  32. Jessica Gunderson says

    When I moved home after living 2100 miles away from my mom. We rode home together and now I live a couple houses away and it’s WONDERFUL!! LOVE her!!

  33. Tammy Dalley says

    We drove 4 hours together just for for a day of shopping , it was nice to spend a whole day with just my mom!

  34. megan h says

    it wasn’t much of a road trip as it was a 2 week trip to England. She was born there and we have family there so it was my first time to a new country and to meet the family it was amazing and i can’t wait to take my daughters one day hopefully with my mom too!

  35. Carey says

    One of the best road trips I took with my sister before either of us were married with our sweet kids. We drove to Virginia from Florida she was going to be married soon. We had all kinds of problems, car overheating, her car almost dragging the ground with too much baggage, on and on but we had so much fun laughing about it. We had to spash each other with water at times when we couldn’t find a exit to rest and had to keep putting in water in the engine it sounds silly but all the problems made many laughs. We actually look back on that trip and laugh every time. Definately not a pleasure trip but it was really funny!

  36. Wayne Lecoy says

    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    It would be great to win this spa gift basket
    as well as the special Mother’s Day copy of The Guilt Trip Blu-ray/DVD.
    In response to your question of
    What is the best road trip you have ever taken with your mom?
    The best road trip i took with my mother was actually by train
    because i don’t drive .
    We went to Vancouver,British Columbia in 1998 to visit relatives.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!!!

  37. Harmony B says

    She picked up my brother and I from school when I was 14 and drove to Disney world from jersey

  38. Krystal says

    Best road trip with my mom was from Boise to Salt Lake with a new baby. It was the longest drive ever, but with my mom it was great!

  39. Savannah miller says

    My mom refuses to go on road trips! So sadly we are lacking in fun road trip stories :(

  40. says

    a couple years ago, my mom moved from Seattle to Alaska. My 2 year old daughter and I accompanied her on that road trip, and we took a long winding scenic route through Banff on our way. Let me tell you, 2,000 miles with a senior citizen and a toddler was exhausting – but we had a blast.

  41. says

    When I was 16 week took a family road trip all the way across the country and back. I had to help drive because my mom got something in her eye on our first night out. It was good trip though!

  42. Linda Kish says

    As a child, we would travel from New Jersey to Tennessee in the summers. I loved those trips.

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