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Welcome to our group. We see movies at the Little Theatre on East Ave. in Rochester on the first Saturday of the month. We meet at 6:00 - 6:15 near the cafe behind the ticket booth for cinemas 2-5. I usually send out suggested movies from among the 6:30 to 7ish showings. This allows us to get out of the theater at about the same time for talk. Pair up with people for a movie or join the general group. We agree to meet afterwards at a near by restaurant, for conversation about the movie, life, or toward wherever the conversation leads.
Join us to meet new people, see an interesting movie, and have a nice night out with good conversation, connection and companionship. All are welcome.
The Little Theatre Website (http://www.little-theatre.com/index.php)
See you at the movies.
Movie recommendations below
Welcome to October! Good movie weather! There are some diverse picks for this Saturday (see below.) We meet at the Little Theater near the cafe and the ticket booth for Little 2-5. Look for the group and ask “Is this the movie group?” We catch up with each other, share what we will see, get our tickets and head on in. After the movie we will meet at the Golden Port Restaurant on East Ave. (walk down East Ave towards the Liberty Pole, cross the street at Scio and you will be at Golden Port.) There we get drinks, food, share stories and opinions on the movies. If you listen, other people have the most interesting things to say.
Pick your movie from the choices below:
Judy (PG-13, 118 min., in Little 2 (or Little 3) @ 6pm) Judy Garland, Renee Zellwenger, 30 years after Wizard of Oz. Sold-out shows in London. Judy reminiscing. I want to be there! Or do I, not so good review below!
Downton Abbey (PG, 122 min., in Little 5 @ 6:10pm) The TV show is a movie. Enjoy all the characters, intrigue and a visit from the Queen!
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice (PG-13, 95 min., in Little 4 @ 6:30pm) Get the full history in a biopic about this iconic singer. Hear about her singing in Mexican canciones with her family, her folk time with The Stone Ponies (one of my fav. albums!) and her Rock Queen era of the 70s and early 1980s. A great review by A.O. Scott of the New York Times appears below.
See you at the movies!