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Let's talk about what we love . . . movies of course :)

Time to celebrate what we love, through drinks and conversation. See you all again at Wilde Bar & Restaurant. I'll try to get the back table this time. Reservation under my name, Rebecca Martin :)

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  • Rebecca M.

    small group this time, but great conversation and like always I have to update my watchlist after our meetup, love Wilde too :)

    1 · June 14, 2013

  • Rob

    Sorry everybody. I have to pull OT to film a focus group. Whomp whomp. I'll throw in a conversation starter anyway: I recently loaned Le Rayon Verte (in English, "Summer" ... huh?) by Eric Rohmer, to a friend. We agreed that it's hard to watch psychologically; it makes you uncomfortable with the realization of how much personal disconnect there can be in life. But I rate it very high among all films I've ever seen, and wonder who else agrees/disagrees. And I think Rohmer is probably more influential than you might think (not very familiar to American audiences).

    June 12, 2013

    • Dan

      I agree. I love Rohmer!

      1 · June 12, 2013

    • penny r.

      I agree ........... the movies are psychologically difficult and that is why I keep going back for more. But, if the films were a little shorter I would not complain.

      1 · June 13, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'll be there!

    1 · June 12, 2013

  • Al

    Some cool stuff from our last Meetup:

    1) For Arrested Development fans, a site connecting all the running gags from the past 3 seasons:

    http://recurringdevelopments.com/

    2) "What Happened Was...", a sweet indie film directed by and starring Tom Noonan:

    http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,303775,00.html

    3) A stick-figure comic strip explaining the 2008 subprime banking crisis (very clear and accurate, except for how they draw people):

    http://www.businesspundit.com/sub-prime/

    1 · May 23, 2013

    • Rui R.

      and how terminator 2 and back to future could merge into one cool movie.

      May 27, 2013

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