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FRIDAY MOVIE & PIZZA SPECIAL – REQUESTED BY GROUP MEMBER

 

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CYPRESS CREEK REGAL – 6415 N. Andrews

 July 19, 2019

7:50 PM

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PIZZA across street from Theatre:

6:30 PM

BLAZE PIZZA – 6334 N. Andrews 

 

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Contact John at jramos4000@aol.com with suggestions.

 

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At the 07-10-19 meeting, we raised $28 bringing our total to $649

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TOY STORY 4

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CYPRESS CREEK REGAL – 6415 N. Andrews

 July 19, 2019

7:50 PM

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

PIZZA across street from Theatre:

6:30 PM

BLAZE PIZZA – 6334 N. Andrews 

 

ALL FRIENDS WELCOME 

Contact John at jramos4000@aol.com with suggestions.

 

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The topic this Wednesday July 17, 2019 is ‘ Choosing to be Happy’ based on this article CLICK HERE

The topic this Wednesday July 17, 2019 is ‘ Choosing to be Happy’ based on this article CLICK HERE

Two weeks ago we had 19 group members at the movies to see “YESTERDAY” and we ate afterwards at BURGER STOP.  We have a fun movie this week. Join us.

 

“Wild Rose”

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FRIDAY JULY 12, 2019

GATEWAY THEATRE (US 1 & Sunrise) —  STARTS 7:15 PM

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DINNER 8:45 PM at BURGER (BRGR) STOP (walk to 1930 E. Sunrise)

ALL FRIENDS WELCOME

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

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WILD ROSE is a highly rated comedy drama.   Fresh out of prison, a Scottish woman juggles her job and two children while pursuing her dreams of becoming a country music star. She soon gets her chance when she travels to Nashville, Teen., on a life changing journey to discover her true voice. This is a feel good movie that has comedy, inspiration and guts.

Stars Jessie Buckley (who will also star in the docudrama “JUDY” about Judy Garland). Also stars Julie Walters, two-time Oscar nominated actress (roles in “BILLY ELLIOT” and “EDUCATING RITA”).   1 hr 41 minutes.

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REVIEW

If someone ever decides to make a biopic about Chrissie Hynde (and by God, they should), we now have the perfect actress to play her: Jessie Buckley. The resemblance is remarkable (the sharp nose and distinctive slanted-tooth smile, the surly sparkle), and Buckley has a set of pipes that can sing just about anything. She’s also a tremendous actress, and maybe a born star. In “Wild Rose,” she plays Rose-Lynn, a brazen young ne’er-do-well from Glasgow who is fixated on going to Nashville to become a country singer.

When she gets up on stage at a local pub and lets loose, time melts away (we’re in the zone of incandescent tradition that is country), and so does every trace of her Scottishness. She becomes country, and her gift is transporting. Yet Rose-Lynn is also a spectacular screw-up. “Wild Rose,” the closest thing to a sleeper I’ve seen at Toronto this year, is a happy-sad drama of starstruck fever that lifts you up and sweeps you along, touching you down in a puddle of well-earned tears.

 

Two weeks ago we had 19 group members at the movies to see “YESTERDAY” and we ate afterwards at BURGER STOP.  We have a fun movie this week. Join us.

“Wild Rose”

FRIDAY JULY 12, 2019

GATEWAY THEATRE (US 1 & Sunrise) —  STARTS 7:15 PM

* * * * * *

DINNER 8:45 PM at BURGER (BRGR) STOP (walk to 1930 E. Sunrise)

ALL FRIENDS WELCOME

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CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

WILD ROSE is a highly rated comedy drama.   Fresh out of prison, a Scottish woman juggles her job and two children while pursuing her dreams of becoming a country music star. She soon gets her chance when she travels to Nashville, Teen., on a life changing journey to discover her true voice. This is a feel good movie that has comedy, inspiration and guts.

Stars Jessie Buckley (who will also star in the docudrama “JUDY” about Judy Garland). Also stars Julie Walters, two-time Oscar nominated actress (roles in “BILLY ELLIOT” and “EDUCATING RITA”).   1 hr 41 minutes.

Screen Shot 2019-07-10 at 12.47.23 PM

REVIEW

If someone ever decides to make a biopic about Chrissie Hynde (and by God, they should), we now have the perfect actress to play her: Jessie Buckley. The resemblance is remarkable (the sharp nose and distinctive slanted-tooth smile, the surly sparkle), and Buckley has a set of pipes that can sing just about anything. She’s also a tremendous actress, and maybe a born star. In “Wild Rose,” she plays Rose-Lynn, a brazen young ne’er-do-well from Glasgow who is fixated on going to Nashville to become a country singer.

When she gets up on stage at a local pub and lets loose, time melts away (we’re in the zone of incandescent tradition that is country), and so does every trace of her Scottishness. She becomes country, and her gift is transporting. Yet Rose-Lynn is also a spectacular screw-up. “Wild Rose,” the closest thing to a sleeper I’ve seen at Toronto this year, is a happy-sad drama of starstruck fever that lifts you up and sweeps you along, touching you down in a puddle of well-earned tears.