47 Ronin

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47 Ronin

Lord Asano of feudal Japan takes in an orphan, Kai, that he finds in the woods. When Lord Asano is betrayed by witchcraft and treachery, Kai is expelled from the village and Lord Asano’s samurai are exiled, becoming Ronin. Kai’s love for Lord Asano’s daughter, Mika, drives him to join with the Ronin in a desperate attempt to avenge their fallen Lord and protect Mika from an unwanted marriage. Read More>>>

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An Announcement from ClearPlay's CEO

         ClearPlay
Thank you ClearPlay Family,

There is a dominant theme throughout ClearPlay's story of adventure, entertainment and impossible odds.

Gratitude.

Gratitude for major events in our history, like Congress passing the Family Movie Act. Gratitude for the quieter (but oh so profound) events, like personal thank-you's from kids, parents, and grandparents.

Gratitude for the engineers and innovators who are putting the final touches on ClearPlay's blu-ray player and streaming products -- which will be available early next year.   (Yes, that is an announcement!)

Yes, we have so much to be grateful for!

Thank you for all your support these many years!

This Thanksgiving season, as a token of our appreciation, we are providing discounts on ClearPlay membership and our new wireless filterstiks -- starting today!

Click HERE for more details!

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Matt

ClearPlay's Grateful CEO

Remember that your ClearPlay membership applies to all our filtering products -- whether it is the existing player in your familyroom, or future products soon to be released.  The same membership applies to all our products!

The 5 Minute Winner

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The 5 Minute Winner

I must say that while this Giveaway has been the fastest, it's also been the most fun! I have read every single entry and have chosen the winners of the Wireless Filterstik and 18 Months worth of Membership by category as follows:

The Most Caring Entry: Jon Paulson- As long as you still visit your Mother often after setting it up!
The Most Creative: Mark Wilkinson - Pain meters should go from 1 to Stepping on a Lego! 
The Cutest: Tricia Hornbeck - You've got some serious poetic skills!

And a Bonus Prize of....simply must go to Jim Arroyo for translating 'Filterstik' in all those different languages!

Congratulations to our winners! Email me at moviemoms@clearplay.com and we'll get your prizes out to you so you can start enjoying your saved time!

Danielle- Timeless ClearPlayer
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Five Minute Giveaway!

Movie Mom
Five Minute Giveaway!

Time until contest ends:

It Ended!

ClearPlay Giveaway!



Watch the video above!



Every minute counts!  And every comment does too!
  
ClearPlay's new Wireless FilterStik saves you time and hassle.  And with your busy life that time adds up quickly!  Comment below how you will spend this new-found time and be entered into our drawing.

Three lucky commentators will win:
A FREE Wireless Filterstik plus 18 months of Membership!
(a value of $250)

Time is precious -- and this giveaway only lasts 24 hours!  
Get your comments in before 4pm tomorrow!


Wondering what the Wireless FilterStik is? Click here for more information.

May the best time-saver win!!


Danielle'- ClearPlay Time Management

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Speed

Movie Mom
All In A Day’s Work!!

To serve and to protect, an oath that Jack took when joining the L.A. police force, and when an angry bomber terrorist threatens to blow up a crowded city bus, he’ll have to figure out a way to save the day!  Read More>>>
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The Way, Way Back

Film Father
Fourteen-year-old Duncan (Liam James) is dragged along for the summer to be with his mom (Toni Collette) and her boyfriend (Steve Carell) to a beachside house.  Despite the entourage of colorful neighbors (Allison Janney, Rob Corddry, Amanda Peet, AnnaSophia Robb), Duncan feels neglected by his mom and belittled by her boyfriend and seeks to feel valued.  He finds that affirmation at a local water park, and by the side of grownup water park employee Owen (Sam Rockwell).  Read More>>> 

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Family Haunts

Movie Mom
Should the Family that Haunts Together, Scare Together?


Most of us just want to enjoy a Halloween Movie Night with the family without having to quote Dori in the depths of the deep dark ocean “Good feelings, gone!” Here are some choice picks for you and your family of all ages to snuggle up to, not cower down for. 

Best in Show

Movie Mom
An eccentric group of dog owners compete at a National Dog Show, each confident they can win.  Read More>>>
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Pacific Rim

Film Father
Aliens have invaded! But this time they are coming from a transdimensional portal deep in the Pacific Ocean. They are the giant Kaiju monsters that ascend one at a time and go Godzilla on the world’s cities. To protect the earth, all nations pool their resources to create Jaegers, gigantic assault robots driven by two pilots. As the Kaiju attacks increase, destroying more and more Jaegers, a final desperate plan is hatched to deliver a nuclear bomb to the portal to close it.  Read More>>>

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Empire State

Film Father
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stands center frame on the movie cover, but he’s just a supporting character, a cop who tries to break the case of an armored car company heist involving millions of dollars. The main character is an armored car guard (Liam Hemsworth), whose application to the police department is rejected. Nevertheless he sees a business opportunity in his company’s lax security, and involves a friend (Michael Angarano) in the plot.  Read More>>>

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The Ring

Jenna Kim Jones


Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, disturbing images, language and some drug references; 115 min; Directed by Gore Verbinski

Read More>>>
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What Lies Beneath

Movie Mom
Claire Spencer (Michelle Pfeiffer) is an empty nester and her husband works long hours, leaving her alone most of the time in her newly renovated home.  Mysterious things begin to happen that lead her to think it is haunted…or that she is crazy.  Read More>>>
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Family Movie Night Activity: The Nightmare Before Christmas

Movie Mom
Jack Skellington knows everything about having a wicked Halloween in Halloweentown, but when he discovers Christmastown he can’t quite master the concept of having a holly, jolly Christmas. But you can have a holly, jolly and wicked Family Movie Night with this Family Movie Night Activity!  Read More>>>

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X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Movie Mom
Most of us know Wolverine to be the hunky, strong, X-Man defending the mutant race with his razor sharp claws, but how did Logan become the “Wolverine”?  X-Men Origins reveals the mystery of Wolverine’s family, love life, and all things Wolverine!  Read More>>>
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Family Movie Night Activity: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Movie Mom
“What is this place?” “San Diego. This time I’m 40% sure.”

The popular characters of Madagascar are back and trying to find their way home to New York. When their plane crash lands in Africa, everyone is excited to be part of a new herd… but they quickly find out that even when you’re in the perfect place, there are problems to be solved. Grab your family and any other Madagascar fans and watch as Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman work out herd life, even when it’s the hard life!  Read More>>>
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Good Will Hunting

Movie Mom
Will works as a janitor at MIT but behind that mop he’s a mathematical genius. His troubled past leads him to a psychologist for help and a chance at a brighter future.  Read More>>>

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Much Ado About Nothing

Film Father
Director Joss Whedon takes William Shakespeare’s classic comedy and puts it into a modern setting (which, as it turns out, was his house). Filmed in black and white, this interpretation tells the tale of two loves complicated by foolish stubbornness and undermined by a deceitful villain. Witty exchanges and flowery dialogue ensue as the vicissitudes of love tear apart and bring together the most unlikely of lovers.   Read More>>>
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After Earth

Film Father
In the distant future, the earth becomes uninhabitable.  Strange creatures, bad environment … let’s just say we really mess things up.  Mankind goes to another planet to live, which probably costs a ton in gas, but it beats the alternative, which is certain extinction.  Well, years after the exodus a commander and his son (Will Smith and his real-life son Jaden) find themselves in the earth’s vicinity and tragically crash land.  The commander is critically injured, and it’s up to the brave son to traverse across hostile territory (i.e. anywhere on earth) to save his father, mankind and the whole universe.  Or something like that.  Read More>>>

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