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World’s Greatest Dad, the latest film from director Bobcat Goldthwait — and one of my favorite films of the year so far — is hitting theaters this Friday in select markets and expanding in coming weeks. And in honor of the release, the folks over at Magnolia Pictures have hooked us up with some sweet goodies to pass on to some of our favorite readers.

Two (2) lucky readers will receive a World’s Greatest Dad poster signed by director Bobcat Goldthwait and star Robin Williams. One (1) lucky winner will receive an unsigned poster. All winners will also receive a special pin that was seen in the film. All you have to do to enter is be one of our Twitter followers and retweet this article. Go to Twitter and follow @Rejectnation and stay in the loop on all things FSR. Here’s a quick 1-2-3 guide to entering:

  1. If you don’t already have one, go to twitter.com and sign up for a free account.
  2. Go to twitter.com/rejectnation and follow Film School Rejects.
  3. Re-tweet the following twitter update by posting the following to your Twitter stream: RT @rejectnation: Win an Autographed Poster from World’s Greatest Dad! – http://bit.ly/bHGIN (RT to enter) #worldsgreatestdad
  4. Done.

Winners will be chosen at random on September 4, 2009. For more on World’s Greatest Dad, check out the official synopsis and more information at the film’s official site, WorldsGreatestDadFilm.com.

A thoughtful but outrageous comedy from Bobcat Goldthwait, WORLD’S GREATEST DAD is a story about a man that learns the things you want most may not be the things that make you happy, and that being lonely is not necessarily the same as being alone. Robin Williams stars as Lance Clayton, a man who has learned to settle. He dreamed of being a rich and famous writer, but has only managed to make it as a high school poetry teacher. His only son Kyle (Daryl Sabara) is an insufferable jackass who won’t give his father the time of day. He is dating Claire (Alexie Gilmore), the school’s adorable art teacher, but she doesn’t want to get serious — or even acknowledge publicly that they are dating. Then, in the wake of a freak accident, Lance suffers the worst tragedy and greatest opportunity of his life. He is suddenly faced with the possibility of all the fame, fortune and popularity he ever dreamed of, if he can only live with the knowledge of how he got there.


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