The Monuments Men (GIVEAWAY)

Have you heard of this movie coming out February 7 called "The Monuments Men"? It looks awesome and has an AMAZING cast - Matt Damon, George Clooney, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett - and many others - oh also Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey fans, this is Lord Grantham). Star struck right there.

Usually with George Clooney films I'm a little wary - there's always a lot of cursing and explicit scenes. It's been rare that I've seen a film of least without regret. This film is PG-13 and follows the true story of men who shouldn't be at the front of a war (over-the-hill, out-of-shape nerds) that went to the front lines during WWII in order to rescue the world's artistic masterpieces from the Nazis.

image via Grace Hill Media via Pinterest
I know my husband would never have put his life on the line to preserve art. And that's OK but I'm so pleased these men thought it important to preserve artifacts that depicted civilization. I'm not really sure what pieces they saved (in the trailer, one says "Pablo Picaso") and I'm not really knowledgable about art and paintings, but I think they are important and beautiful and should be treasured.

image via Grace Hill Media via Pinterest
image via Grace Hill Media via Pinterest
image via Grace Hill Media via Pinterest
I will say one thing I don't like about this movie up front is George Clooney with a mustache. C'mon man! It just doesn't work for you. That's all. Now I'll show you the trailer:

GIVEAWAY! I have ONE (1) movie poster, ONE (1) t-shirt, and TWO (2) bookmarks for one of you, my lovely readers!

TO ENTER: One (1) entry per comment. Please leave a valid email address in comment.
Mandatory: Tell me, what piece of art would you save if you must?

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Giveaway ends February 12, 2014 at 11:59pm. Winner will be announced the 13th and notified.

Disclaimer: I received a t-shirt and bookmarks in return for my post. I am excited about this movie and find the t-shirt very comfy. Others may not agree with my opinions, but they are my own.
Entrants must be 18 or older; void where prohibited.


G K said…
Starry Night. It was the first piece of artwork I remember falling in love with as a child.
G K said…
martin said…
I would save ANYTHING by Camille Pissaro
ShempGames said…
I would save a Warhol. Maybe the Banana used on the Velvet Underground album cover.
ShempGames said…
Unknown said…
I would also probably save "Starry Night" as well! It is just so fascinating to look at.
Unknown said…
I like your Facebook page! Jordan James
Unknown said…
Tweeted it!

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