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Win a Starbuck DVD Via ShockYa’s Twitter Giveaway

“Starbuck,” the Canadian comedy that’s garnered fans both in and outside the Great White North, is coming to DVD July 23. The film, written and directed by Ken Scott and starring Patrick Huard, tells the story of a slacker who realizes he’s got hundreds of of children:

“David Wozniak (Patrick Huard) may not be the ideal father figure, but his journey to becoming a (re)productive member of society has won over critics and audiences in the heartwarming comedy STARBUCK, the original movie that inspired DreamWorks’ upcoming “Delivery Man,” arriving in theaters this November starring Vince Vaughn and Chris Pratt.

A 42-year-old lovable but perpetual screw-up, Wozniak finally decides to take control of his life when he learns some eye-popping news. Having been a habitual sperm donor in his youth, he discovers that he’s the biological father of 533 children, 142 of whom are trying to force the fertility clinic to reveal the true identity of the prolific donor code-named Starbuck. As he sets out to unearth the identities of his offspring, a man anyone would describe as incapable of raising a child, learns even more about himself in the hilarious and moving film The Washington Post calls “crowd pleasing” and the Chicago Sun-Times calls ‘full of charm.'”

ShockYa is celebrating the upcoming release of the film with a “Starbuck” Twitter giveaway! We’re giving away three copies of the film on DVD and if you want your chance to win a copy, here’s what you need to do:

Follow us @Shockya. Then tweet us the phrase, “@Shockya is giving away Starbuck DVDs! Follow and RT to enter!” You have until August 5 to enter and you can enter every day until the cutoff date. We’ll pick the three winners at random and notify them through Twitter DM. Good luck!

The American remake of “Starbuck,” “Delivery Man,” is also directed by Ken Scott and stars Vince Vaughn. “Delivery Man” will be in theaters November 22. starbuck_3D

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Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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