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FRIDAY MOVIE & BURGERS

JUNE 14, 2019

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LATE NIGHT (A Comedy)

STARS Emma Thompson / John Lithgow/Mindy Kaling 

 

GATEWAY THEATRE (US 1 and Sunrise)

STARTS 7 PM

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DINNER AFTER MOVIE:

BRGR STOP (1930 E. Sunrise Blvd – walking distance at Gateway Plaza)

Meet at 8:45 PM. – All Friends Welcome

 

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synopsis

Emma Thompson plays Katherine Newbury, who is a legendary late-night talk show host, whose world is turned upside down when she hires her only female staff writer played by Kaling. Originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns, her decision has unexpectedly hilarious consequences as two women separated by culture and generation are united by their love of a biting punchline.

details

Comedy
1 hr. 42 min.
Opened June 7th, 2019

director

Nisha Ganatra

writer

Mindy Kaling

 

 

REVIEWS

Image result for Roger ebert logo ROGER EBERT.COM

This is some of Emma Thompson’s best work (and that’s saying something). There’s a truly subversive sequence where Newbury gets embroiled in her own #MeToo moment, calling into question many assumptions about men, women, and power. What’s subversive about it is how it shows the complexities behind the scenes, the pain, the human frailty, but how does one even address these complexities in such a savage “off with her head” atmosphere? Kaling addresses it. It’s very bold. Katherine’s husband (John Lithgow) is kindly and indulgent, and suffering from a debilitating disease. There’s always more going on than meets the eye. As Molly gets sucked into the rhythms of her job, it gives Kaling an opportunity to critique how things work, but also – in some of the smartest sequences – examine why jokes work, what makes a joke go viral, the subtleties of comedy itself. 

 

FRIDAY MOVIE & BURGERS

JUNE 14, 2019

Related image

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

 

LATE NIGHT (A Comedy)

STARS Emma Thompson / John Lithgow

GATEWAY THEATRE (US 1 and Sunrise)

STARTS 7 PM

***********************************

 

DINNER AFTER MOVIE:

BRGR STOP (1930 E. Sunrise Blvd – walking distance at Gateway Plaza)

Meet at 8:45 PM. – All Friends Welcome

 

croped

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

synopsis

Emma Thompson plays Katherine Newbury, who is a legendary late-night talk show host, whose world is turned upside down when she hires her only female staff writer played by Kaling. Originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns, her decision has unexpectedly hilarious consequences as two women separated by culture and generation are united by their love of a biting punchline.

details

Comedy
1 hr. 42 min.
Opened June 7th, 2019

director

Nisha Ganatra

writer

Mindy Kaling

 

 

REVIEWS

Image result for Roger ebert logo ROGER EBERT.COM

This is some of Emma Thompson’s best work (and that’s saying something). There’s a truly subversive sequence where Newbury gets embroiled in her own #MeToo moment, calling into question many assumptions about men, women, and power. What’s subversive about it is how it shows the complexities behind the scenes, the pain, the human frailty, but how does one even address these complexities in such a savage “off with her head” atmosphere? Kaling addresses it. It’s very bold. Katherine’s husband (John Lithgow) is kindly and indulgent, and suffering from a debilitating disease. There’s always more going on than meets the eye. As Molly gets sucked into the rhythms of her job, it gives Kaling an opportunity to critique how things work, but also – in some of the smartest sequences – examine why jokes work, what makes a joke go viral, the subtleties of comedy itself. 

 

At the 06-12-19 meeting we raised $71 bringing out total to $478

FRIDAY MOVIE & BURGERS

JUNE 14, 2019

Related image

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

 

LATE NIGHT (A Comedy)

STARS Emma Thompson / John Lithgow

GATEWAY THEATRE (US 1 and Sunrise)

STARTS 7 PM

***********************************

 

DINNER AFTER MOVIE:

BRGR STOP (1930 E. Sunrise Blvd – walking distance at Gateway Plaza)

Meet at 8:45 PM. – All Friends Welcome

 

croped

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

synopsis

Emma Thompson plays Katherine Newbury, who is a legendary late-night talk show host, whose world is turned upside down when she hires her only female staff writer played by Kaling. Originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns, her decision has unexpectedly hilarious consequences as two women separated by culture and generation are united by their love of a biting punchline.

details

Comedy
1 hr. 42 min.
Opened June 7th, 2019

director

Nisha Ganatra

writer

Mindy Kaling

 

 

REVIEWS

Image result for Roger ebert logo ROGER EBERT.COM

This is some of Emma Thompson’s best work (and that’s saying something). There’s a truly subversive sequence where Newbury gets embroiled in her own #MeToo moment, calling into question many assumptions about men, women, and power. What’s subversive about it is how it shows the complexities behind the scenes, the pain, the human frailty, but how does one even address these complexities in such a savage “off with her head” atmosphere? Kaling addresses it. It’s very bold. Katherine’s husband (John Lithgow) is kindly and indulgent, and suffering from a debilitating disease. There’s always more going on than meets the eye. As Molly gets sucked into the rhythms of her job, it gives Kaling an opportunity to critique how things work, but also – in some of the smartest sequences – examine why jokes work, what makes a joke go viral, the subtleties of comedy itself. 

 

The topic this Wednesday June 12, 2019 is New Medication Update presented by Dr Erik Lowman from Midland Medical.

Dr. Erik S Lowman is an Infectious Disease Specialist in Oakland Park, Florida. He graduated with honors in 2003. Having more than 16 years of diverse experiences, especially in INFECTIOUS DISEASE, INTERNAL MEDICINEEricLowman

The topic this Wednesday June 12, 2019 is New Medication Update presented by Dr Eric Lowman from Midland Medical.

At the 06-05-19 meeting we raised $25 bringing our total to $407.