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Contest Giveaway: 'Our Idiot Brother' DVD & Signed Soundtrack

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist November 28, 2011 at 11:04AM

Creating a sensation in January at Sundance, the star studded ensemble comedy "Our Idiot Brother" found a fan in Harvey Weinstein who quickly snatched up the film, marking one of the highest profile buys at the festival. The Weinstein Company didn't waste a moment in getting it to theaters this summer, and in case you weren't able to catch it near you, we're giving you the chance to experience the movie.
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Our Idiot Brother

Creating a sensation in January at Sundance, the star studded ensemble comedy "Our Idiot Brother" found a fan in Harvey Weinstein who quickly snatched up the film, marking one of the highest profile buys at the festival. The Weinstein Company didn't waste a moment in getting it to theaters this summer, and in case you weren't able to catch it near you, we're giving you the chance to experience the movie.

Starring a great cast led by Paul Rudd with Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel, Rashida Jones, Emily Mortimer, Adam Scott, Steve Coogan, T.J. Miller, Kathryn Hahn, Hugh Dancy and Janet Montgomery all featuring, the film centers on a blissful, happy-go-luck hippie (Rudd) who wreaks havoc on the lives of his three sisters (Banks, Deschanel, Mortimer) with his perma-stoned, super optimistic ways. Helping to tell the tale is a solid soundtrack composed by former Shudder To Think guitarist Nathan Larson, and rounded out by tunes from Fruit Bats, Willie Nelson, Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, Carole King and more. And we've got a prize pack that includes a copy of the movie on DVD plus a signed soundtrack to give to three lucky readers. How do you win?

Update: Contest closed. Winners will be contacted via email. Thanks!

Shoot us an email and name one other movie that featured both Paul Rudd and Adam Scott. Good luck!

Contest is open to U.S. residents only.

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