***This is a No Flake Event***
NOTE: This Movie is on SATURDAY
NOTE: WE ARE MEETING AT LANDMARK THEATER, HILLCREST!
PLEASE READ BELOW!
For Your Discount...
>>>DO NOT GO DIRECTLY TO THE BOX OFFICE<<<
Get Your Discount Voucher From Me First!
Discount Price ($9.00)
Seniors 62 and over ($8.50)
PLEASE BE ON TIME!
Here is your chance to see the movie:
"Like Father, Like Son" (NR)
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Please come early at 6:00 PM to relax and converse with your fellow movie going friends and to make sure you have enough time to get your voucher from me first to exchange for your ticket at the box office.
If possible, try to have exact change.
The Movie starts at 6:50 PM.
Where to Meet:
Meet BELOW the Box Office at the tables in the courtyard.
Look for me and/or MeetUp Sign.
Or CALL Me:[masked]
Landmark Hillcrest Cinemas
San Diego, California 92103
Free Three Hour Validated Parking in Theater's Underground Parking Structure
Free Street Parking after 6:00 PM
Copy or Write this down:
My name is Jeffrey. I will be your host this evening.
My phone number is: [masked]
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Before and/or After the movie, if we have enough members that are interested, we will meet at a local restaurant to have some time to relax and converse.
The new film by Hirokazu Kore-Eda (I Wish, Still Walking, Nobody Knows), winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, is a thoughtful, heartfelt story about the bonds of family. Two couples with 6-year-old sons learn the shocking news that their sons were switched at the hospital. Both families are faced with the dilemma of whether to keep their respective children or swap them. What is more important—blood or affection, nature or nurture? Ryota (Masaharu Fukuyama), handsome and successful, is a driven architect who spends little time with his wife and son, although he provides all the best for them. In contrast, financially struggling Yudai (Rirî Furankî) is a slovenly shopkeeper whose motto is "Put off until tomorrow everything you can," but who spends more time with his family, which includes additional siblings. The two families arrange gatherings for their children to mingle, and begin a trial system of exchanging the boys on weekends, but all does not go smoothly. The children are delightful, and the storytelling subtle and moving, seasoned with wit and warmth.
Official Web Site
Masaharu Fukuyama, Machiko Ono, Yôko Maki, Rirî Furankî
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Please Read and Understand:
We only have limited passes available.
BE KIND: IF YOU RSVP YES Please Show Up or Cancel your RSVP Early (at least three hours before our meeting time) so you do not prevent a fellow member from seeing the movie and yourself from getting a No Show (not good).
**Please be courteous to your fellow movie going friends by refraining from talking and texting during the movies. We meet an hour before a movie and/or an hour after so all your conversations should be done then. If you have an emergency and you need to talk, text, or call someone, please step out of the theater as not to disturb anyone else.