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Cloud Atlas starring Tom Hanks & Halle Berry

Attending the 8:05 PM show. Movie is 2 hours 50 minutes so be prepared! We will meet at 7:45 PM in front of the box office to buy tickets and go into the theater around 7:55 PM. Note all Tuesday evening shows are only $7.50.

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  • Yolanda K.

    Baffled with the saga, not really impressed with the connection between lives, but with the make-ups of the different characters each actor/actress played in the movie, as well with the special effects, specially in the futurist Korean episodes. Not aware of all the roles of each actress/actor until de credits came up.

    November 7, 2012

  • Dan L.

    David, thanks for arranging this Meetup. I would like to suggest a talking point for our group at this event: what films (famous or otherwise) have taught the audience something they didn't expect? In this film, which is about "connected lives", the content is probably just what we expect. However, an example of a film that taught something unexpected is "Thank you for smoking". In my view, this film covered morality and ethics, debate techniques, and how to recognize false logic. Think about it and try to bring a movie example with you!

    1 · November 5, 2012

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