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Robin Williams is serious business.
Oh sure, the guy made his name with madcap antics and wild improv comedy, but four Oscar nominations prove he knows how to get serious just as well as he knows how to party down. And now we're going to give you a chance to behold his unique skills first hand, as we're giving three lucky fans Blu-ray copies of both "Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Dead Poets Society."
Getting great movies for free is no laughing matter.
"Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Dead Poets Society" don't just share the Robin Williams Serious Actor connection either; they also share a cool subversive message. "Good Morning, Vietnam," for instance, tells the story of an Army DJ who gets in over his head when he becomes an anti-authority sensation during the Vietnam War, while "Dead Poets Society" tells the story of a private school teacher who becomes an anti-authority sensation by introducing his students to the provocative joy of free verse.
And now they're going to share something else: A shelf in your house, as we're going to be giving away sets of "Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Dead Poets Society" on Blu-ray to three lucky winners. Best of all, there's no war -- or poetry -- involved: Simply enter our contest for a chance at these totally free film classics.
Now that's a seriously good deal.
To enter, just shoot us an email at NextMovie@MTV.com and include your name, address, birthdate and be sure to copy and paste the following statement:
The contest runs from now until 2 p.m. ET on Friday, Jan. 20, 2012. Entrants must be at least 13 years old and reside in the U.S. Click here for complete rules and further details.
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