Thursday, November 7, 2013

Win A Bluray Copy of Turbo

Laugh it up with the visually stunning, heartfelt comedy-adventure for fans of all ages this holiday season when Turbo becomes available on Blu-ray and DVD on November 12th.  
Turbo directed by David Soren and from the team behind family favourite movies like Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda has received outstanding audience reaction as a fun family movie. Laugh-out-loud performances from an incredible voice cast of Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Peña, Snoop Dogg, Maya Rudolph, Michelle Rodriguez and Samuel L. Jackson. 
Turbo is courageous story of a little snail with the big dreams of becoming a racecar. Despite the discouragement he receives from his peers, Turbo knows what he is capable of. After an accident this snail miraculously gains power to have super speed so he wants to embark on an extraordinary journey to compete in Indianapolis 500.
My family and I really enjoyed watching this fabulous movie, there is lots of comedy and reminded the adults of Fast and the Furious in some scenes. My children were in the edge of the seat during some scenes and kept cheering for Turbo to win.

Here are some fun snail facts so you can understand the ins and outs of Turbo and his gang. 
1. Salt is a snail’s biggest enemy. In the film, Chet falls down the stadium and just barely makes it through the center of a pretzel. He was so relieved he didn’t touch it, because salt can kill a snail, so they have to be careful. 
2. It would take a snail two hours to move from one side of a football field to the other. That’s 50 yards per hour. If you ran your fastest, it would only take about 20 seconds. 
3. Some snails can be as big as 12 inches. Can you imagine a snail the size of a ruler? 
4. Garden snails have thousands of teeth, located on their tongue.
5. Snails do not have ears, but they sure can smell. That is how they find their fruits and veggies to eat. 
6. Snails can live to be up to 20 years old.
7. Snails are nocturnal that means they sleep during the day and get their work done at night and in the morning. No wonder Turbo could stay up all night watching Racecar videos. 
8. A garden snail can have as many as 430 baby snails in a year.
9. Garden snails hibernate in their shells during the winter, and some hibernate during the summer too. 
10.When a snail moves, it leaves behind a trail of liquid slime. This mucus protects them from the hard surfaces underneath them. Snails are able to hang onto walls and move upside down thanks to this slime.
To celebrate, fans now have a chance to win a brand new 2014 “Blu-ray Blue Metallic” Chevy Camaro. Starting this week, the top-selling Turbo Racing League app will play host to a four-week tournament where players will have a chance to win a free Digital HD download of Turbo.
One lucky grand prize winner will win the 2014 "Blu-ray" Metallic Camaro LT with white racing stripes, valued at $30,000. The Turbo Racing League app has logged more than 30 million downloads worldwide, and is the #1 racing game on all mobile platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Mobile). The app was just updated with all-new features where users will now be able to play as Turbo or Whiplash. If you aren't one of the 30 million, you can download the app here and join in the fun.

Giveaway:

One person in US and Canada can win this Turbo bluray before December 5th by entering the giveaway through the rafflecopter below.  Please leave comments and follow my social media networks to be eligible to win.
Update: The winner is Robyn
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51 comments:

  1. We live in Canada. Myself, hubby and my 2 girls will love this movie. We meant to see it in the theater. I had NO IDEA that Snails can live to be up to 20 years old! WOW!

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  2. I live in the US, for my grand children and I didn't know snails lived so long!

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  3. Live in the US - My whole family including myself will enjoy the movie , learned that snails have thousands of teeth

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  4. We live in Ontario - we're actually going to see this movie on Monday with DD4s school. The local movie theater offers a movie night once per month per school in our area and Turbo is our movie this month! At only $3/person too!

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  5. I live in the US, and I would watch this great animated movie with my grandson.

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  6. Canada
    My grandkids would love it
    SNAILS have THOUSANDS of TEETH!!!

    Thanks

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  7. I live in the US, and this would be al ot of fun to watch with my niece and nephew!

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  8. I'm in Canada, I'd watch it with my grandkids & I learned that snails can live to be 20 years old.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  9. I live in the US, my son would love to watch this!

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  10. I live in Newfoundland,Canada & my boys would love this movie!
    (Tammy Dalley)

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  11. i live in nova scotia canada, and my son would love this

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  12. I live in canada and my kids loved the turbo movie! I learned that snails can live to be 20 years old!

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  13. I haven't seen this movie yet. I live in Ontario. Snails of thousands of teeth....eww!
    (Debbie W)

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  14. I live in Ontario; we saw Turbo and LOVED it...it was hilarious! My daughters (5 & 3 yrs old) both really loved it and the music from the movie also. Had no idea snails lived such long lives :)

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  15. I live in Canada. My two kids would enjoy this movie. I learned Some snails can be as big as 12 inches.

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  16. United States

    Me

    A garden snail can have as many as 430 baby snails in a year.

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  17. I live in Canada! My nephew would love this! I learned that Garden snails have thousands of teeth, located on their tongue,.eww!
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  18. I live in Ontario, Canada. Didn't know they could have so many babies. Would love to watch the movie myself and with the grand kids.

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  19. I live in Ontario Canada, and would love to watch the movie with my grand children. Never knew a snail could have so many babies.

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  20. live in Saskatchewan, Canada
    the grandkids would enjoy this
    Snails can live to be up to 20 years old.

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  21. I live in manitoba canada and my son would enjoy this movie. I never knew snails had thousands of teeth

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  22. I'm in BC. We never saw this in the theatre so we'd like to watch it as a family. I didn't know they could live for up to 20 years.
    angela mitchell

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  23. I'm in Canada and my daughter saw this in theatres and we liked it. I learned that snails can be as big as 12 inches.

    Tom Ds on rafflecopter

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  24. I live in US. Would share this with my girlfriend and I learned that snails have lots of teeth.

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  25. I live in Canada (Ontario) My kids and I would love this movie and I learned that snails can be as big as 12"!

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  26. I live in Alberta Canada and I had no idea that they had thousands of teeth on their tongue! gross lol

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  27. I live in Ontario. I didn't know snails could grow to the size of a ruler. I'd watch this with my son.

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  28. I'm in Canada. I don't know anything about snails so this is all info for me. I want to watch this with my niece and nephew.
    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  29. I live in Nova Scotia Canada.My daughters would love this movie. I learned that Snails can live to be up to 20 years old
    thanks

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  30. I live in Canada. I'd watch with my godson. Snails can live up to 20 years...wow! I'bb be sharing that with AJ...
    via Rhonda W G.

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  31. I'm in Canada. I'd love to watch this with my son. I learned that salt is lethal to snails.

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  32. I live in Canada. The whole family would enjoy this movie. I did not know that snails have thousands of teeth.

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  33. I live in Canada. Everyone in my home will enjoy it and when my nephew comes over, so will he! :) I learned snails have lots of teeth!!

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  34. I live in the US. My whole family would enjoy this movie, it looks like a lot of fun. I learned Snails can live to be up to 20 years old.

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  35. I live in Ontario & my little cousins would enjoy this movie. I had no idea garden snails have thousands of teeth, located on their tongue. Note to self: never tell a snail to bite me.

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  36. I'm from the US. I have never seen this movie, so we will all enjoy it here.

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  37. I live in the US. My family and I haven't seen this movie yet.

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  38. I'm Canada and I would watch this movie with my kids. I learned that snails can grow up to 12 inches long.

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  39. I'm in Canada and think Miss R would love this movie. I learned A garden snail can have as many as 430 baby snails in a year.

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  40. snails can live 20 years my baies would love this 3 and 5 and us

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  41. i am in bc, i'd like to get this for my son. i didn't know snails can be so old

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  42. BC...this would be for the whole family, and I didn't know about their teeth!
    Thanks
    Dawn

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  43. I live in Canada and I learned that snails have thousands of teeth...!

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  44. I live in Canada and my son would enjoy this movie. I had no idea that snails had teeth.

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  45. I am in Canada, incredible that snails have so much teeth!! WoW!!

    My nephews would love to see this movie.

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  46. I am in Canada and my grandchildren love this movie. I learned that snails can live 20 years

    Florence C

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  47. I live in Canada and my kids would enjoy this movie. I learned that Snails can live to be up to 20 years old.

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  48. Canadian and I'd enjoy this movie. I learned that snails have thousands of teeth.

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  49. I am in US. we enjoy. We learn facts about snails.

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  50. I live in Canada and my nephew would love Turbo! I learned that a garden snail can have as many as 430 baby snails in a year and I am happy it wasn't all at once!

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  51. I am in Canada and I would love to give this to my nephew. I learned that a garden snail can have as many as 430 baby snails in a year. Thankful that this is not all at once!

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