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Continuing on the success of recent meetups at this cosy little gem of a place where you can chomp on a scrumptious dinner and scull a beer while watching the film on big screen, the Roxy is now bringing the film Seven Psychopaths back to the screen in its next weeks listings of off-cinema release films - at the grand old price of 4 quid only.
To find out more infomation about the venue and the film, have a look here:
The screening will start at 8pm, however the venue takes no bookings and space fills quickly - so I will be there from 6:15pm - please feel free to join me from then. I can really only guarantee bagging an area for 12 people and as such will limit the event to that number. If members can arrive by latest 7:15pm, come join me for a pre-movie drink/meal in the cinema area of the bar.
Please be considerate to your fellow Meetup members in light of this, and ONLY rsvp if you are 100% guaranteed to be able to attend. Very much appreciated. :)
See you at the movies,
Synopsis courtesy of Roxy:
Seven Psychopaths (McDonagh '12)
Phew, it's been a bit of a wait since Martin McDonagh's brilliant In Bruges back in 2008, and we're pleased to say that thankfully, it's been worth the wait. More dark humour, killer lines, great characters and another great plot have really marked out McDonagh as a major talent.
Colin Farrell stars again (he must be thankful for McDonagh for providing his best 2 roles in recent years) as a Hollywood writer needing inspiration for his new script, and Sam Rockwell takes up the charge, leading to various encounters with Christopher Walken, Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Waits and Woody Harrelson, all seemingly have a great time with their parts.
Dark, farcial, violent, very funny, and a cracking pace. Great fun.
Screening will be preceeded by a selection of short films from DepicT! (http://www.depict.org) - Watershed’s international short film competition as part of Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival, challenging filmmakers from all over the globe to create super-shorts of under 90 seconds