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Win an iTunes Download of 'Pure Country 2'

18 years after George Strait starred in the original Pure Country, Director Christopher Cain brings us his follow-up Pure Country 2: The Gift, with another tale of finding joy through music. It's a new story for a new generation, but the message is still the same. With Katrina Elam taking center stage in the 2010 sequel, Pure Country 2: The Gift is a great film for country music lovers and families alike. To help raise awareness for this fun little music flick, JustPressPlay is giving one lucky reader a chance to win a digital copy from the iTunes Store. To find out how you can win, just keep reading.


Here's the official synopsis:

Suddenly thrust into the bright lights and big stages of country music stardom, Bobbie loses not just her way but her angelic gift of song. Follow singing sensation Katrina Elam as she rights the wrongs
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Val Kilmer To Star Alongside Jon Gries, His Real Genius Co-Star In New Film

Val Kilmer is set to star alongside his fellow Real Genius star Jon Gries for a new film titled Deep In Heart.

The film is about a real-life alcoholic who reinvents himself and puts hundreds of kids through college via his charitable donations. Gries stars as Richard Wallrath, a Texas entrepreneur who is the biggest all-time individual donor to that state's 4-h and Future Farmers of America organizations.

I loved Real Genius, the characters were great and it's a true classic and one of the main reasons Kilmer's a star today. He played a genius college student named Chris who mentored his much younger roommate while working on a high powered laser beam. Gries played a reclusive genius ex-graduate student who lived in Chris' closet. Gries is best known for his role as Uncle Rico, in the 2004 hit Napoleon Dynamite.

This new film will star Kilmer as a character known only as "The Bearded Man,
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41 Contenders Compete to be Nominated for Best Original Song

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We are only two months away from the Oscars, and members of the Academy are hard at work trying to decide who best deserves one of those five nomination slots.

Today, they released their shortlist for Best Original Song which tops out at an impressive 41 songs.

But we can already make an educated guess as to which five will be competition on Oscar night based on who the Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice Awards favored, and none of them involve Justin Bieber or Debbie Gibson.

“I See the Light” from “Tangled” earned a Best Song nod from both, as did “If I Rise” from “127 Hours” and “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from “Burlesque.” Randy Newman’s “We Belong Together” from “Toy Story 3″ also seems a lock, since all of Newman’s songs for Disney/Pixar have scored nominations over the years.

But, there are a
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