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Win a Copy of The Courier on Blu-ray [Ended]

We have been provided with three (3) copies of Well Go USA Entertainment’s The Courier on Blu-ray Disc and are providing our readers the opportunity to win one (1) of those copies! Please see below for more details on the disc and for how to how to enter.

THE COURIER

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Josie Ho, Til Schweiger, Mickey Rourke, Lily Taylor and Miguel Ferrer Star in Director Hany Abu-Assad’s Pulse-Pounding Action Thriller Debuting on Blu-ray®, DVD and Digital October 9th

Bonus Materials Include a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
and Deleted / Extended Scenes

PLANO, TEXAS.  (August 27, 2012) – Jeffrey Dean Morgan (TV’s “Magic City,” “Grey’s Anatomy”), Josie Ho (Contagion), Til Schweiger (Inglourious Basterds), Academy Award® nominee Mickey Rourke (Best Actor, The Wrestler, 2008), Lily Taylor (Say Anything, TV’s “Six Feet Under”) and Miguel Ferrer (TV’s “NCIS: Los Angeles”) star in non-stop action thriller THE COURIER, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital October 9th from Well Go USA Entertainment.   The story centers on a daredevil courier (Morgan) trying to deliver a briefcase to an underworld figure (Rourke) who can’t be found. Bonus materials include a behind-the-scenes featurette and deleted/extended scenes.

Synopsis:
The Courier (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is delivered a mysterious suitcase that must be delivered to the world’s most dangerous assassin, Evil Sivle (Mickey Rourke). After several escapes and attempted killings the FBI gets involved. Is the assassin an old friend beset with revenge?

Bonus Features Include:
§  Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
§  Deleted / Extended Scenes
§  Trailer

THE COURIER has a runtime of approximately 97 minutes and is rated R for violence, including some torture and language.

Ends October 25, 2012 7:00 P.M ET

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