Since her divorce from Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman has played some brave roles, or at least ones that show a bit more diversity in terms of acting abilities. Kidman’s latest role, the leading lady of Margot in “Margot at the Wedding,” has Kidman playing a sharp-witted writer who essentially wants to break up her sister’s wedding to an unemployed artist played by Jack Black. Although it sounds intense, the movie is most definitely a comedy, even though many of the jokes come dripping with sarcasm and wit. Well, we figured you might be interested in a good laugh, so we’re giving away three copies of Margot at the Wedding on DVD.
This free daily entry contest is open worldwide to anyone 18 years old or older. Simply complete and submit the entry form below (up to once per day per email address) through the giveaway’s deadline of 11:59pm PST on March 19, 2008. Winners will be chosen at random and notified via e-mail, so make sure you leave us a valid email address. Good luck!
DVD synopsis: This daringly funny and bracingly honest exploration of the tender, absurd and sometimes excruciating relationship between siblings stars Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Margot (Kidman), a bright, razor-tongued writer who creates chaos wherever she goes, sets off on a surprise journey to the wedding of her estranged and free-spirited sister Pauline (Leigh). With her son in tow, Margot arrives with the force of a hurricane, planting seeds of doubt about her sister’s wedding to an unemployed artist played by Jack Black.