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14 January 2016

WIN 1 of 5 Paper Planes DVDs


Looking for a heart-warming movie to watch as a family? Paper Planes is the highest grossing children's film in Australian history and to celebrate the release on Monday 25th January we have 5 copies to give away!





Sam Worthington (Avatar), Ed Oxenbould (Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day) and David Wenham (The Lord of the Rings) star in this imaginative children's film about a young Australian boy's passion for flight and his challenge to compete in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan.

Eleven-year-old Dylan meets the junior Japanese champion Kimi in the national paper plane championships in Sydney, Australia. They develop a close bond, challenging each other to create a plane that has never been seen before. 

Directed by one of Australia's leading filmmakers Robert Connolly, this is a powerful true story about a friendship between two countries and defying the odds (and gravity in the process). If at first you don’t succeed, fly, fly again!


Watch the trailer here:



I'm really looking forward to seeing this with the Mini Mes and the Mr!







For your chance to WIN 1 of 5 DVDs you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 31st January 2016.

Leaving a comment is compulsory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!



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110 comments

  1. Great film.

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  2. Paula Readings14/01/2016, 16:23

    The Goonies

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  3. Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York

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  4. We love Beauty and the Beast (even the over-20's children watch it). :)

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  5. Lynsey Buchanan15/01/2016, 04:41

    We love Home Alone

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  6. We love Matilda, it's an oldie but a classic!

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  7. A Christmas story during the festive season and Harry Potter the rest of the year.

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  8. Love nanny Mc phew great moral but don't think kids see it like I do same with inside out love this x

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  9. Claire Elizabeth Noke15/01/2016, 22:56

    We love Frozen !! :)

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  10. Nanny McPhee

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  11. Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

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  12. Home Alone :)
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  13. Maria Rogers18/01/2016, 12:38

    despicable me

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  14. oooo toughy, Id go for ice age

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  15. Harry Potter, all of them

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  17. We have several but Flight of the Navigator is right up there!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  18. we love toy story - leanne w

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  19. Has to be Labyrinth for us - it's a true family favourite!

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  20. Snow white and the seven dwarfs

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  21. My family fave movie is E.T. - loved it when I was a kid, love it now I am a mum. x

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  22. Our favourite family movie is the brilliant Groundhog day. The children are old enough to appreciate the humour and the life lessons in it.

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  23. It has to be Home Alone.

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  24. Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone

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  25. Has to be Home Alone. Showing its age - but still a family classic.

    Good luck all!

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  26. We love the Nativity films. Still watching them after Christmas.

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  27. The Goonies, yes we have our kids watching it and loving it lol x

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  28. Samantha walker31/01/2016, 14:56

    Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  29. Toy Story, Mary Poppins & Home Alone - all tied in first place :)

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