Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Movies with Abe Giveaway!

I am excited to present the first-ever Movies with Abe giveaway (hopefully the first in a long line of exciting opportunities). From Image Entertainment, I have a copy of "Donnell Rawlings: From Ashy to Classy," which was released on DVD a few weeks ago. A bit about the film:

With his firm grasp of the outrageous, Donnell Rawlings (HBO's "The Wire") was born to make people laugh. He grabbed America’s funny bone on Chappelle's Show with characters like Ashy Larry and the phrase he coined the iconic phrase "I’m Rich Bitch!" Now Donnell goes even further, taking on the entire American culture with impersonations of everybody from Michael Jackson to Barack Obama, and bringing his audience to tears with his razor-sharp insights and fearless observations.

Additionally, you can watch a trailer for the film below. To enter this giveaway contest, leave a comment describing your favorite comedy performance in a film from the last five years. A winner will be selected using a random number generator, and that person will be the lucky owner of this brand-new DVD. One entry per person; contest ends this Sunday, October 10th, at 6pm EST. If you're reading this and would like to sponsor a contest or giveaway on Movies with Abe, please e-mail me.

7 comments:

Andy said...

I think it goes without saying that Zach Galifiankis's performance in The Hangover was nothing short of epic

Nancy said...

Bill Hader and Seth Rogen as the police officers in Superbad. Makes me laugh every time.

Ezra said...

Paul Rudd in Year One. I still had to sit through the rest of that movie, but he made me chuckle.

Amy said...

I didn't read the question before I clicked to leave a comment. So I'm guessing it has something to do with naming a character we liked in a movie. I enjoyed watching the commercials for Paul Blart, Mall Cop (was that what it was called?) - I never saw the movie though.

JB said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsiWdVe2aWg

Not at the table, Carlos.

Jordan said...

Tom Cruise as Les Grossman in Tropic Thunder was pretty hilarious. Especially when he performed at the awards ceremony with Ludacris. I love when ceremonies have references to iconic comedy moments (see: Ed Helms and Ken Jeong performing Stu's Song).

Noah said...

Johnny Knoxville in Jackass Number Two

Movies just aren't as funny as television shows. If television shows were included, I'd pick Jon Glaser in Delocated.