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Let's get a bite to eat and go see a movie! Indies, mainstream, new, old - Suggestions welcome. I started this group because I can see movies alone but it's much more fun with friends! We'll pick a place to eat but you can meet up with us directly at the theater if that's easier for you.

Come for dinner, come for the movie, just come and have fun!

Couple of things:

• The idea is that everyone gets to socialize but also gets to see movies they want to see so here is how it works. I post the place we'll be dining. Twice in the week before the event I send out the showtimes so people can see what's playing and start planning. I bring printouts of the showtimes to the restaurant and work on matching people with someone else so everyone has a friend (or friends)to go to a movie with.

• This gives us time and opportunity to make friends, hang out, have fun and then go see a film we're interested in.

• One more thing: Because I make reservations it has become a bit of a problem when people don't show. I have had to institute a 3 strike rule. Please don't be a no-show. If you can't attend just update your RSVP or let me know via text or phone call. (321-356-5717) I understand that plans change - just don't forget to let me know!

Looking forward to seeing you soon!


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Cult Classics at the Enzian: SHAFT (1971)

Enzian Theatre

This is part of the Cult Classic Series at The Enzian John Shaft (Richard Roundtree) is the ultimate in suave black detectives. He first finds himself up against Bumpy (Moses Gunn), the leader of the black crime mob, then against black nationals, and finally working with both against the white mafia who are trying to blackmail Bumpy by kidnapping his daughter. USA, 1971, 100 minutes, Rated R, Directed by Gordon Parks You can buy tickets at the box office or online: https://enzian.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F1R00000PChmqUAD

Book to Big Screen @ the Enzian: Sense and Sensibility (1995)

This is part of the Book to Big Screen series at Enzian SENSE AND SENSIBILITY When Elinor Dashwood’s (Emma Thompson) father dies, her family’s finances are crippled. After the Dashwoods move to a cottage in Devonshire, Elinor’s sister Marianne (Kate Winslet) is torn between the handsome John Willoughby (Greg Wise) and the older Colonel Brandon (Alan Rickman). Meanwhile, Elinor’s romantic hopes with Edward Ferrars (Hugh Grant) are hindered due to his prior engagement. Both Elinor and Marianne strive for love while the circumstances in their lives constantly change. Stick around after the film for a discussion led by Ben Hudson, Assistant Professor of English at Rollins, on the contexts of European Romanticism, the ways in which we might consider Austen’s writing “feminist,” the stakes of the marriage market for Regency women of Austen’s class, the novel’s effort to de-couple fashionability from moral worth, and a short case for Sense and Sensibility as England’s first novel of detection (Move over Sherlock!). USA | UK, 1995, In English, 136 min, Rated PG, Directed by Ang Lee Movie starts at 11. We'll meet in front of the ticket booth at 10:30 and will go into to the theatre immediately as they open the doors at that time. If you're going to be late please text me[masked] so I can tell you where we are in the theatre. Enzian is a dine-in theatre and there is a bar outside if you come early Menu here: https://enzian.org/food/ Purchase tickets here: https://enzian.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F1R00000Q4kM3UAJ

Enzian - Saturday Matinee Classics: All the President's Men

Join me for Saturday Matinee Classic Series at The Enzian (William Goldman Tribute) ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN: Two green reporters and rivals working for the Washington Post, Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman), research the botched 1972 burglary of the Democratic Party Headquarters at the Watergate apartment complex. With the help of a mysterious source, code-named Deep Throat (Hal Holbrook), the two reporters make a connection between the burglars and a White House staffer. Despite dire warnings about their safety, the duo follows the money all the way to the top. USA, 1976, 138 minutes, Rated PG, Directed by Alan J. Pakula You can purchase tickets at the box office or online at https://enzian.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F1R00000PChmWUAT

CLASH OF THE TITANS (1981): Starring Harry Hamlin

Enzian Theatre

This is a Cult Classic and tickets are $9.00. You can purchase your ticket at the box office or on their website. https://enzian.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F1R00000PCNJ4UAP Perseus (Harry Hamlin), son of the Greek god Zeus (Laurence Olivier), grows up on a deserted island. His destiny is to marry Princess Andromeda (Judi Bowker), who will someday rule the city of Joppa. But as long as the satyr Calibos (Neil McCarthy) — who uses a giant vulture to kidnap Andromeda’s soul every night — is alive, no one can marry her. Perseus travels to Joppa, where he must defeat Calibos and other mythological monsters to rescue Andromeda. UK | USA, 1981, 118 minutes, Rated PG, Directed by Desmond Davis

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