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New Meetup: Sunday afternoon at the Keystone Art Cinema

From: Helen
Sent on: Wednesday, August 4, 2010 11:44 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Indy Film Buffs Meetup Group!

What: Sunday afternoon at the Keystone Art Cinema

When: Sunday, August 8,[masked]:45 PM

Where: Landmark Theaters Keystone Art Cinema
8702 Keystone Crossing
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Looking for a movie to see this weekend? There are several good options at the Landmark Keystone Art Cinema. Sunday matinee showtimes:

The Girl Who Played With Fire 1:00
The Kids Are All Right 1:15
Winter's Bone 1:30

Thanks to the running times being really different, all three films will let out at about the same time (3:15ish). I'll be seeing The Girl Who Played With Fire and then going over to the Indie Lounge, the bar attached to the theater. Hope to see you there- for the movie, the socializing, or both!

The Girl Who Played With Fire is the sequel to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. If you saw the first film, you know you want to see the sequel to find out what's in store next for Lisbeth and Mikael! If you didn't see the first film, don't be deterred- the story in Dragon Tattoo is self-contained, and only the two lead characters continue through to film no. 2. (Although you should see Dragon Tattoo regardless; it's very good, and is out on DVD.)

I saw Winter's Bone this past weekend and highly recommend it. It's easily one of the best films of the year so far. The Kids Are All Right I haven't seen, but it's also been getting good reviews. Read more about all three films at the Landmark's website.

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