Recently I had the wonderful opportunity to go to New York for a preview of a new family friendly movie that will show on NBC on Friday July 16, 2010 at 8:00 EST/7:00 CST. It is such a fabulous movie! You may already be seeing the commercials announcing the movie, I know I am. My whole family can’t wait until the 16th. They have heard me rave about the movie so much.
“The Jensen Project” follows the overwhelming success of “Secrets of the Mountain”, if you haven’t seen that movie…you really should. These movies focus on providing quality entertainment that the whole family can enjoy without “the lunge”. What’s the lunge? Oh, you know…the lunge is where you have to lunge for the remote to change the channel or mute the TV really quick because of a non-family friendly scene or language.
Walmart and P&G have done a fabulous job through their commitment to deliver quality family programming. I am so thankful that they recognized this need and acted on it. We like watching movies as a family but there aren’t many out there without horrible language or some form of nudity and if they are family friendly, they are usually cartoons.
“The Jensen Project” has a thrilling and fun science fiction plot that focuses on the Thompson family, who are reintroduced to The Jensen Project – a secret community of geniuses conducting advanced underground research to solve the world’s most difficult problems. The family finds themselves forced into a frantic pursuit to keep a potentially dangerous technology from falling into the wrong hands. As the family races to stop the group’s rogue faction, they rediscover the importance of honesty, courage, and being there for one another.
My family is going to love all the technology, gadgets and gizmo’s that this movie offers. We are huge Sci-Fi buffs and this seriously appeals to our tastes. My favorite part? The plane ride. You will just have to watch it to see what I am talking about…I don’t want to post any spoilers. It is Laugh Out Loud Funny because it is so much like something my Tate would do/say.
I adore Kellie Martin(ER, Life Goes On) and was thrilled when I heard that she plays one of the leading characters in the movie. Also in the all-star line up is Brady Smith (ER, NCIS), Justin Kelly (Saving Grace, The Latest Buzz), Levar Burton (Star Trek, Roots), David Andrews (Hannibal, Terminator 3, Apollo 13,), Patricia Richardson (Home Improvement, West Wing), and Alyssa Diaz (Ben 10, CSI:NY).
I hope that you will all plan to tune in on July 16th to watch “The Jensen Project”. And to make it even more fun for 2 lucky readers…you can enter to win:
The Jensen Project Gift Pack!
Complete with a tote bag, calculator, popcorn, light-up ball, and a copy of “Secrets of the Mountain”
To Enter: Simply leave a comment. Some suggestions…Will you watch “The Jensen Project”? What do you think you will like most about this movie? Did you see “Secrets of the Mountain”?
All entries must be received by July 12th at 5PM EST. All entries must have a valid US mailing address. Winner will be selected via random drawing and will have 3 days to respond to the verification e-mail or another winner will be selected.
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Walmart and P&G provided me with transportation to preview The Jensen Project and with a gift pack to enjoy. They are also providing the gift packs for this giveaway. This has in no affected my positive opinion of The Jensen Project. It is a great movie that families can enjoy watching together with a great cast and quality content. All opinions stated are those of my own and were in no way influenced by any outside source.