I thought I would throw out some favorite movies of mine. What about you? All the better if you can share a few that may not be all that well known. Mine include:
* Slumdog Millionaire * Tell No One - An excellent French mystery that could have been produced by Alfred Hitchcock. * Man on Wire - Excellent documentary about the tight rope walk done between the World Trade Center buildings in 1972. * Young at Heart - -This is one movie I wish I had scheduled to see with the group. It is about a senior citizens group that goes on the road to perform Rock / Punk / Alternative music.
Declare your independence from the multiplexes and see an independent, foreign classic, documentary or any thought provoking movie. We meet at landmarks like the Cedar Lee, Cinematheque, Art Museum, or a university and work in dinner at a locally owned restaurant either before or afterward. Perhaps the best part is walking to a local pub and engaging others on the film's true meaning.
Cost to attend: $1.50 per movie or $5 for the year. Your first movie with the group is free. Fees are waived for active assistant organizers of this group or for organizers of other meetups who are funding another meetup site.