Monday, November 21, 2011

Family Movie Night's 'Game of Your Life'

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There is something about me that many of you probably don't know. I love video games. I love playing them on the Xbox 360 and I love PC games. Sometimes it's just so fun to loose yourself in a great game.

As you can imagine I don't have nearly the time I used to for games since my precious Little Bit came into my life. When I was offered the chance to review a family movie about a game designer I thought it would be pretty fun to watch.

"Game of Your Life" is a movie about a boy who is accepted into a very elite gaming program at a college far away from his family. The story follows the boy as he makes some hard moral decisions.

I really liked this movie. The premise intrigued me from the beginning. I also liked how family friendly the film is. You could easily watch this with your pre-teen or teen and have some great ethical and practical discussions about life afterwards.

"Game of Your Life" is the next chapter of Family Movie Night on NBC and will air on December 2nd at 8/7c. Check them out on Facebook, Twitter, their website, and the trailer:

Game of Your Life - Talks with Nathan from on Vimeo.

"Disclosure of Material Connection: I was able to watch this movie in advance to facilitate my review but I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe have positive messages. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." 


  1. Thanks for the info I'll keep my eyes pealed for this!

  2. Thanks for a great review... Thank goodness, I am not into video games. I am on this computer more than I care to be and if I added video games, I would never get anything accomplished

  3. Thanks for all the PR you are doing. Help me get out the word for my giveaway which ends 11/30 fabric, quilt patterns, Christmas items, lots of stuff and ending tomorrow a book on grandparents raising grand children.

  4. Sounds like a cool movie for gamers! Thanks for sharing. I stumbled across another great movie for family night, it teaches kids the power of belief! You can read more about it here: