The $100 Question: Katie from Motherbumper Asks For Your Must-See Summer Films

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Let's meet today's host: Katie from motherbumper

Katie, aka motherbumper, is one of those sneaky Canadians that has infiltrated the internet airwaves for more years than she cares to count. A former internet specialist at one of those big corporations, she swapped boardrooms for ones with more padding five years ago and has never looked back. These days she is co-founder of The Bad Moms Club, a certified gossip monger at MamaPop, an editor at Kirtsy, hostess of The People's Party at BlogHer '10, and definitely doesn't post enough at her own blog. She figures she'll sleep when she's dead.

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Ready to play? Here is The $100 Question for Monday, May 10:

What are your must-see summer films?

Katie's are:

Iron Man 2 [Three words: Robert. Downey. Jr. Need I say more?]
Eclipse [Yes, I'm a Twilight Mom. Stop judging me.]
Toy Story 3 [This selection is a direct result of being a parent. Parenthood: it changes you in ways you'd never imagine or even care to admit.]
George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead [I'm an unapologetic horror movie lover]
The A-Team [Again stop judging me. I could have said MacGruber.]

How to play: Tell Katie your answer to her question in the comments below by 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 to be eligible to win. We'll enter all the comments into a randomizer and choose one lucky commenter to win. Comment as many times as you want. Click here to read the official rules. Good luck!

Want more chances to win?

Please join us tomorrow for Tuesday's question, asked by Angella from Dutch Blitz for another chance to win.

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