10/22/15

Paper Towns Blu-ray and Girls Night #PaperTownsInsiders #sponsored {Holiday Gift Guide}

I received a copy of Paper Towns as a Fox Insider.  All opinions are my own.


Paper Towns Blu-ray
 After the phenomenal success of The Fault in Our Stars,  author John Green returns with another heart-warming tale in PAPER TOWNS, available on Blu-ray™ and DVD October 20th.  

Paper Towns


The story focuses on Quentin, a high school senior who has been in love with his enigmatic neighbor Margo since childhood. After taking him on an all-night adventure through their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears--leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his quick-witted friends on an exhilarating adventure that is equal parts hilarious and moving. Ultimately, to track down Margo, Q must find a deeper understanding of friendship--and true love. 

Paper Towns

Join rising stars Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff in the breakout performances of their careers as they go on an epic journey of love and adventure.  For a limited time only, get your Paper Towns fan pack Blu-ray with collectible packaging including shareable sticky notes of inspirational quotes from the film and a U.S. map!


Paper Towns is now available on Blu-ray and DVD and is one of my Holiday Gift Guide picks.   Although I haven't seen this yet, I am a fan of The Fault In Our Stars.  This movie has an intriguing concept and would make a great movie night for Girls Night Out {or in}.



Paper Towns Girls Night Out




I haven't read the books by John Green, but this would be a good pick for your next book club too.  I am one of those people who likes to read the book after the movie to see how they differ.

Check out this Paper Towns Book Club Guide:


Paper Towns Book Club Guide


It isn't easy navigating the world of high school as a teenager.  Relationships with peers, romantic relationships, and learning about who you are; these are all classic themes.

While this may seem like a movie that appeals to a teen audience, it is also one that parents of teens can watch too.  Watch it with your teenager and it may open up some interesting conversations.  I've learned a lot about some of my son's high school experiences (and his friends) from sitting down and discussing movies like this with him.  


Paper Towns



Buy It:

 You can buy Paper Towns at www.foxconnect.com

The Attic Girl's 2015 Holiday Gift Guide 
For more holiday gift ideas, be sure to check out the 2015 Holiday Gift Guide (coming in November)









Giveaway:

One reader will receive Paper Towns {$29.98 value}

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Paper Towns Bluray

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Disclosure:  I will receive a copy of the movie as a Fox Home Entertainment Insider.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own. Sponsor is providing the giveaway prize. For more info. see my Disclosure Policy.



46 comments:

Deborah W said...

I would give this to my daughter. I like the Twilight series made into movies.

Tabathia B said...

I would probably give to my daughter. I would say the first two harry potter movies and the lord of the rings trilogy

Joseph Wallace said...

My favorite book to movie adaptation is "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

Austin Baroudi said...

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and I would keep this for myself.
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Natalie B. said...

My favorite book to movie adaptation is Forrest Gump. I would watch this first because I really want to see it but then gift it to my daughter in-law. Thank-you!!

Donna said...

the notebook and my daughter!

Kim said...

Lately I would say the Martian - I thought they did a perfect job! I would give this to my niece for a Christmas present!

Tara L said...

I like the Twilight series. I would give this to my niece.

Dawn Ganey said...

To kill a mockingbird.

bnchile said...

Angel Heart.

cjabdelnour said...

I would have to say The Hobbit movie or Tom Clancy movies.Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

Jackie said...

One of my favorites is The Notebook.
I would give this to my daughter. We are both John Green fans
Thank you!

momo said...

I would probably just watch this good movie myself, I have been hearing some good things about it.

Claire Quaile said...

The notebook! I'd give this to my daughter :)

adagherkin said...

My favorite adaptation is LA confidential. I'd keep it for myself.

Rebecca Orr said...

I really love all the different versions of Little Women. And I also loved The Time Traveler's Wife as well. I would love to share this movie with my sister. Thanks for the chance.

Angela said...

I like the adaptation of In Cold Blood to Capote

Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

My favorite has been What's Eating Gilbert Grape.

G K said...

Speak is my favorite. I'd keep this for myself.

Jessica Miller said...

I love harry potter.......I have been having a harry potter movie marathon this week:)

Angela Saver said...

My favorite book to movie adaptation is The Notebook! I would love to give this to my daughter!

Shaylin S said...

A Walk To Remember! I would keep for myself.

AnnaZed said...

I adored 'The Notebook' and I would keep this for myself!

Rachel M said...

I think they did the Harry Potter books very well..we watch them a lot :) I would give this to my daughter because she was a big fan of this movie!

Ashley Charlebois said...

Hm. I'm not really sure. A Walk to Remember, The Notebook and Speak were all decent book to movie adaptions.

I'd keep this for myself and watch it, as i've been wanting to see it for a while now.

Ken Ohl said...

I would gift this to my wife and I would say A walk to remember. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Amy B said...

Adored the adaptation of Riki Tiki Tavi - would give this to my sister.

D Johnson said...

My favorite is Sense and Sensibility. I would love to win this for my family.

Hannah said...

My favorite is a walk to remember great adaption. I'd like to win this for my nephew.

carolwegs said...

I think my favorite is still The Notebook. I will watch this with my 2 daughters. thanks

Birdie Bee said...

My favorite book to movie adaptation is Field Of Dreams.

wen budro said...

Hmmm....I will go with the adaptation of Stephen King's "The Shining." I will give this to my niece....she would love this movie.

Jessica To said...

My favorite are the Harry Potter books.

amber cheras said...

My favorite was the notebook! I would keep it and have a date night with my fiance <3

Brenda Guardado said...

I like the book The Fault in Our Stars and the movie adaption was great too.

Brenda Guardado said...

The Fault in Our Stars and to my best friend Karen who has been my rock through it all!

Megan Bickham said...

Harry Potter of course!

Unknown said...

My favorite is white oleander

Stacey Grantham said...

Twilight was a great read and a movie I will still watch when it's on tv.

Clair Freebie said...

The Harry Potter Books are my favorite ones that have made it to movies. And I would keep this for myself!

Kendall Kriesen said...

I really liked the Hunger games adaptation, I think they did a pretty good job keeping it to the book as mucky as the could! And I'm giving the dvd to my best friend! She has tead the book 7 TIMES!

Shea =) said...

My favorite would be a toss up between "The Princess Bride" and "Anne of Green Gables".. I love both! And I'd keep the movie to watch with hubby!

Katie Smith said...

I would give this to my sister and my all time favorites is the Harry Potter Movies! ty!

Annmarie Weeks said...

My daughter would love this! She's a big John Green fan, but never saw this movie. I love the Robert Redford version of Great Gatsby...my favorite book!

Tammy Woodall said...

My favorite book(s) to movie adaptation was the Twilight Saga. I would give this to my nephew.

Heather said...

I loved the fault in our stars!

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