I've reserved the Screening room at 360 State Street for another Movie Night! You can see a film for free at this time and location. NO "maybe" RSVP's.
I will need FULL NAMES (and that of any +1) for the Concierge to let in. Please Provide as asked when you RSVP. (You can also Event Comment, Email, or Text me.)
If you have any questions, PLEASE see the 360 Movie Nights FAQ (http://www.meetup.com/New-Haven-Collective/messages/boards/thread/25931602/) posted on the message board and linked here (http://www.meetup.com/New-Haven-Collective/messages/boards/thread/25931602/). Many of them (snacks, No Show Policy, ect.) are discussed there.
Seats are Limited, so please only RSVP if you're going to come, and change accordingly if something comes up.
This Events Film Is...
The Princess Bride
(1987 - Adventure / Comedy - 98 minutes - Rated PG)
IMDB Description: (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093779/?ref_=sr_1) A classic fairy tale, with swordplay, giants, an evil prince, a beautiful princess, and yes, some kissing (as read by a kindly grandfather).
Staring: Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin, Robin Wright
Also Has: Andre the Giant, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal, Fred Savage, Peter Falk
AJ's Comments: Alright, alright, enough Arm Twisting. By popular demand I will show The Princess Bride in the screening room. (I rarely show one by suggestion alone, but this one has only been asked for about a billion times, so as you wish... and I like it myself, Now THAT is a noble cause. :-P) For those of you whom are not familiar, this film is part fairy tale, part comedy, part adventure, part romance, part family. Some would even say a Cult Classic now.
Rotten Tomatoes certifies fresh at 96%, Roger Ebert gave 3.5 Stars.
Event start time is 7:00 for the social portion, so you can start showing up then but please no earlier. We will not start the film until 7:30 or shortly there after, but don't plan to be any later. (There are now restrictions on room time.)
Feel free to use the waiting list. If someone else backs out you can be automatically added, just provide your full name for the concierge as a contingency. (I recommend RSVPing individually rather than using +1's if wait-listing.)