Monday, September 15, 2014

HERO on DVD: Teaching Dads to Be Heroes to Their Sons (GIVEAWAY)

We try to have a Family Movie Night each weekend, and this past Saturday we had the pleasure of watching the new DVD called HERO. It’s the story of Joe Finn, who neglected his wife and son for years while he hit the road as a baseball scout, but returns home for good when his wife dies of cancer. His son is now a young man and deeply resents his father’s attempts to insinuate himself back into his life. Realizing the huge mistake he made by not being home when his son was young, Joe decides to coach a boys’ baseball team, but there’s an interesting requirement for participation -- the boys’ fathers must commit to being involved with the team. That’s not so easy when one is in jail, another has big career aspirations, and so on. But Joe keeps working on their consciences to get them more involved. In the meantime, his biggest challenge (besides turning a ragtag bunch of boys into decent baseball players) is repairing the relationship with his son. Is it too late for Joe to be the father he should have been? And can he convince the other fathers in the community of their importance to their sons?

Watch the trailer here:


HERO is a highly entertaining movie with a powerful message. Children grow up way too quickly, and early parental involvement is crucial. Being a dad is one of the most important things that men will ever do! I hope you’ll pick up a copy of HERO for your family and watch it together. It’s certain to spark some interesting discussions!

Purchase HERO at Walmart!

Connect with HERO online at:
http://herofamilymovie.com/
http://www.facebook.com/herofamilymovie
http://twitter.com/adventfilmgroup

GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive a DVD copy of HERO! This giveaway is open to residents of the continental United States only and ends at 11:59 PM EST on Monday, September 29, 2014. Enter through the Rafflecopter form below.



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38 comments:

  1. My favorite part is when he starts to coach the baseball team. BWallace1980(at)Hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. I like the game play part of the movie

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  3. My favorite part is when you see the childs face when his dad shows up.

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  4. My favorite part is when the dad's start showing up at game at the end. Looks like a great family movie night dvd. Thanks

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  5. Dad showing up was my favorite part of the preview too!

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  6. I like the dad showing up finally.

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  7. Darlene Jones-Nelson12:40 PM

    I like the part when he gave the kids the paper saying all dads must come to practice.

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  8. Dad showing up, and his child face when he did.

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  9. Playing the game.

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  10. Love when the dad shows up at the end of the game. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  11. Connie Tillman10:15 PM

    playing the game -- I love basketball!
    connietsweeps@yahoo.com

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  12. I love that he wants all the dads there

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  13. When the dad shows up, I like that part!

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  14. my fav part is the end when he sees his dad there.

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  15. I like the end of the clip when he sees his dad is there!

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  16. I liked it best when the father arrived.

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  17. Daniel M10:34 PM

    the dad showing up - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  18. I like how Joe repairs the relationship with his son, and convinces the other fathers the importance of relationships with their sons.

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  19. I like when he begins to coach the team

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  20. I like the part where he sends the kids home with a paper for their dad's to sign.

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  21. the dad showing up!

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  22. Anonymous8:51 AM

    I like when he starts coaching the team,
    megan tilley
    countrycamogirl89@yahoo.com

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  23. I like when the dad shows.

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  24. I love the smiles as their dads showed up. So touching.

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  25. Anonymous4:45 PM

    When Father makes an appearance!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  26. I really enjoyed the dad showing up looks like a great film

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  27. I liked the part when the coach said all dads must be a the practices

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  28. I like the part when the Dad shows up. I would love to see this.

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  29. I like the part where the Dad starts showing up at the game, very heartwarming. Looks like a great family movie!

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  30. Favorite part is when Dad showed up.

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  31. I like where he says that Dad's have to be there all the time and then that dad shows up.

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  32. I like towards the end when the boy says "Dad" and there's hugging.

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  33. Christa Bengtsson7:29 PM

    I like the part that the dad showed up.

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  34. I have not seen it yet, but am looking forward to

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  35. opps When the father shows up

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  36. My favorite part is when the dad shows up at the end of the game.

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