Father Friendly Film “Bringing Up Bobby” Hitting Streets 11/20/12! Hello "Daddy Knows Less"!I work for the independent film company monterey media. I'm reaching out to you on behalf of one of the films I am currently working on, the family friendly comedy Bringing Up Bobby, Famke Janssen's (X-Men) directorial debut, starring Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element, Resident Evil), Spencer List, Marcia Cross (Desperate Housewives), Bill Pullman (Independence Day, “1600 Penn”) & Rory Cochrane (Argo).After discovering and reading your blog, I felt that “Bringing Up Bobby” was a film you and your readers would be interested in because your blog speaks to being a parent and a hands on father, similar to Bill Pullman as Kent, a father to the title character, Bobby. I'm including some information and links about he film below. I know you're very busy and want to thank you for taking a moment to give this “father friendly” labor of love a look. Let me know if I can answer any questions about the film or provide you with images, clips etc. for posting. The film's home entertainment release is November 20th, 2012. A perfect time to watch in a fun family movie, during the Thanksgiving holiday break!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BringingUpBobbyTheMovieTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/indyfilmz @indyfilmz #BringingUpBobby“Bringing Up Bobby” is about a European con artist named Olive (Jovovich) and her 10 year-old son Bobby (List) who arrive in Oklahoma to begin a new life. When Olive's criminal past catches up to her, she is faced with putting her son's happiness before her own. Mary (Cross) and her husband Kent (Pullman) try to heal from the death of their own son as they become part of Bobby's life.
Hi sorry to bother you. I saw your post about Land of Make believe. I know I should ask them about this but I really wanted to get an answer and I figured you may know since you went there. Regarding LOMB season passes, does adult season pass mean just one person, or is that for me and my husband? And the kids season pass is also 1 or two kids? Or am I supposed to buy 2 adults season pass and 2 kids season pass for a staggering amount of $384?