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Away We Go - SJ Indie Film July Meetup

We will see Away We Go at 6:30 at Camera 12. This is a bit earlier than usual, so if you miss us, we'll congregate outside the theater, then walk down to Bijan Bakery (on the pedestrian walkway, just walk west to vicinity of South Market.

We had 19 people vote, so I decided to close the poll tonight instead of tommorrow. Away We Go received 66% score, Whatever Works got 64%. In the early polling Away We Go was much further ahead. Food, Inc. was the only other film to score over 50%.

I plan to grab a quick dinner at Tandoori Oven at 150 So. 1st St. I'll be there around 5:45.

The movies on our list for this month were:

Sound of Music at California Theater
Food, Inc.
Away We Go
The Proposal with Betty White as grandma
Public Enemies
Whatever Works
Up

I found a new venue, but no decent movies this week - the Indian Movie Center at 1433 The Alameda. Bollywood all the time!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    The film was a nice break from a stressful week, particularly after the theater's alarm system was silenced. Coffee and conversation, after, at Bijan was the perfect treat.

    July 14, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    While most of the group enjoyed the movie, I felt it tried a little to hard to be quirky. Great brief appearnces by Allison Janey and Catherine O'Hara.

    July 13, 2009

  • Glenn N

    The movie, "Away We Go", was better than expected. It is an adult film with a light patina, but actually serious. The two stars did a great job, and their roles portray people we should each strive to emulate. They are common folk with uncommon fortitude and integrity in their pursuit of life.

    Very lively conversation afterwards.

    July 11, 2009

  • Marc V.

    I am writing to "share my excitement about this Meetup" and also to "Post a comment!"!
    (Please note my exemplary punctuation.)

    July 10, 2009

  • Glenn N

    Away We Go at Camera 12 at 6:30. See meetup details for other info.
    I closed the poll earlier than expected since we have plenty of votes (19), and 2 movies were ranked above the rest.

    July 9, 2009

  • Diane

    I'd sure appreciate knowing Thursday night. I'll be on a plane on Friday (my usual scenario), and it sure would be helpful to know where I need to be later (especially if my flights are delayed and I'm running late)

    July 9, 2009

  • Glenn N

    Location and time is determined when the movie is chosen. I will close the poll around 11 AM on Friday (unless asked to close it Thursday night). This month there are choices at Camera 12, Old California Theatre and Camera 3 (all downtown), Camera 7 (Pruneyard), and CineArts (Santana Row).

    July 7, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    When will we know the location?

    July 7, 2009

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