COMPETITION: Win a Sony 27O TV with Home Cinema Surround Sound and DVD Player; Celebs on Sunday and Sony Are Offering One Lucky Reader the Chance to Win This Fantastic Home Entertainment System

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COMPETITION: Win a Sony 27O TV with Home Cinema Surround Sound and DVD Player; Celebs on Sunday and Sony Are Offering One Lucky Reader the Chance to Win This Fantastic Home Entertainment System


Here at Celebs On Sunday, weOve teamed up with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to celebrate the launch of Are We There Yet? I out to buy and rent on DVD from tomorrow I by giving one lucky reader the chance to win a 27O LCD TV with Sony Home Cinema Surround Sound System with DVD player.

Are We There Yet? is the hilarious must-see movie for the school summer holidays. It stars Ice Cube as self-confessed playboy, Nick. He loathes the idea of settling down to become a family man, but when he meets the woman of his dreams, Suzanne (Nia Long), a single mother of two, he sets out to prove heOs the man for the job.

Trying to impress his would-be girlfriend, Nick agrees to pick up her children and meet her in Vancouver. However, having missed the plane, they must make the long journey by car. What Nick doesnOt know is SuzanneOs children think that no man is good enough for their mum and theyOll do everything they can to make the trip a nightmare for him[ETH]

Five lucky runners-up will also receive a copy of the movie on DVD.

HOW TO ENTER

For a chance to win this prize, answer this question:

Q: Where is Vancouver?

a) Asia b) America c) Canada

Call 0901 490 2041 (1513 500 631 RoI)

and follow instructions.

OR Text COSMOVIE followed by your answer (a, b or c),

then a space, your name and address and postcode to 84080 (53307 RoI) OR visit www.sundaymirror.co.uk/competitions and enter online. …

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