From The Puffy Chair to Cyrus, not to mention appearances in The League, Your Sister’s Sister, Safety Not Guaranteed and more, the brotherly duo of Mark and Jay Duplass have become an indie staple in the filmmaking world and now we’ve been given a chance to share their latest project, The Do-Deca-Pentathlon.
Thanks to 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, we’ve been provided with two (2) copies of the recently released Blu-ray to giveaway. See how to enter below, along with more details, and all entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, September 21st.
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We will select the most creative choices and you will be notified only if you provided an e-mail. One entry per household. No purchase necessary. Winners must live inside the U.S. Shipping to a P.O. box is not permitted.
Two grown men take sibling rivalry to new heights of hilarity in this winning comedy with heart. All bets are off during a family reunion when estranged brothers Mark (Steve Zissis) and Jeremy (Mark Kelly) secretly resurrect a decades-old quest to be the best. Determined to complete 25 outrageous events in order to crown a true champion, the exhausted pair find themselves leg wrestling, ping-ponging, and laser tagging to the finish line…while learning a few life lessons along the way. Written and directed by the comically competitive Duplass Brothers (Cyrus), The Do-Deca-Pentathlon brings home the gold — and the laughs!
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Screen Format: 16:9 (1.85:1)
Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD-MA / English 5.1 DD (DVD)
Subtitles: English, French and Spanish
U.S. Rating: R
Total Run Time: 01:29:44 / 01:29:46 (DVD)
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