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SPECIAL FRIDAY MOVIE DECEMBER 2, 2016

BY POPULAR DEMAND FROM GROUP MEMBERS

MOONLIGHT – (A Gay Themed Movie)

98% Approval by critics and audiences on Rotten Tomatoes.

REGAL CYPRESS CREEK (6415 N. Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale)

STARTS 7:10  MEET INSIDE LOBBY

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

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CONTACT JOHN at Goldleaf69@aol.com with your movie suggestions or comments.
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MOONLIGHT PLOT:
A young man deals with his dysfunctional home life and comes of age in Miami during the “War on Drugs” era. The story of his struggle to find himself is told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love while grappling with his own sexuality.
And perhaps the most beautiful thing about “Moonlight” is its open-endedness, its resistance to easy summary or categorization. I guess I’m back where I started, trying to decide what this movie is about. As with any original and challenging work, the answer may take a while to emerge, but what strikes me now is less the pain of Chiron’s circumstances than the sense that, in spite of everything, he is free. A bullied, neglected and all-but-silent child, he grows toward an understanding of himself and his world, and though it is agonizing to witness his progress, it is also thrilling. To be afforded a window into another consciousness is a gift that only art can give. To know Chiron is a privilege.

SPECIAL FRIDAY MOVIE DECEMBER 2, 2016

BY POPULAR DEMAND FROM GROUP MEMBERS

MOONLIGHT – (A Gay Themed Movie)

98% Approval by critics and audiences on Rotten Tomatoes.

REGAL CYPRESS CREEK (6415 N. Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale)

STARTS 7:10  MEET INSIDE LOBBY

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

Image result for movie moonlight

Image result for movie moonlight
Image result for movie moonlight
*************************************************************
CONTACT JOHN at Goldleaf69@aol.com with your movie suggestions or comments.
*************************************************************
MOONLIGHT PLOT:
A young man deals with his dysfunctional home life and comes of age in Miami during the “War on Drugs” era. The story of his struggle to find himself is told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love while grappling with his own sexuality.
And perhaps the most beautiful thing about “Moonlight” is its open-endedness, its resistance to easy summary or categorization. I guess I’m back where I started, trying to decide what this movie is about. As with any original and challenging work, the answer may take a while to emerge, but what strikes me now is less the pain of Chiron’s circumstances than the sense that, in spite of everything, he is free. A bullied, neglected and all-but-silent child, he grows toward an understanding of himself and his world, and though it is agonizing to witness his progress, it is also thrilling. To be afforded a window into another consciousness is a gift that only art can give. To know Chiron is a privilege.
 
Release date: October 21, 2016 (USA)

 

Shariff Earp
as Terrence

Alex Hibbert
as Little

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Thursday December 1, 2016 is World AIDS Day.    That is our topic for Wednesday November 30, 2016.   We’ll discuss this year’s theme, Access Equity Rights Now, and what World AIDS Day means to you and the HIV/AIDS epidemic.    I have 16 statements to lead the discussion.

 

World AIDS Museum members, Pozitive Attitudes Group members and friends are encouraged to attend this year’s WORLD AIDS DAY Vigil & Remembrance Walk, presented by our friends at Broward House. 

This Thursday, December 1, 2016, Gather at 6:30 pm. Hagen Park, 2020 Wilton Drive. Details below.

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Thursday December 1, 2016 is World AIDS Day.    That is our topic for Wednesday November 30, 2016.   We’ll discuss this year’s them, Access Equity Rights Now, and what World AIDS Day means to you and the HIV/AIDS epidemic.    I have 16 statements to lead the discussion.

FRIDAY MOVIE NOVEMBER 25, 2016

ALLIED – stars Brad Pitt

GATEWAY (US 1 and Sunrise)

Starts 7:30 PM Meet inside lobby at 7:10 PM

*****5 Star Rated in my book. Saw it yesterday. Would see it again. Excellent all around Academy Award winning acting and exciting story line. Strongly recommend this movie.  – John Ramos (of group)

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

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During World War II, intelligence officer Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) is stationed in North Africa where he encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war.
Release date: November 23, 2016 (USA)
November 21, 2016   |  

Ever since “Saving Private Ryan” ushered in heretofore unheard-of levels of gruesome and graphic detail to its World War II combat sequences, pretty much every WWII film that has been produced since then, right up to the recent “Hacksaw Ridge,” has gone to great lengths to stress the horrors of combat and its intense physical and psychological pressures. (Yes, “Inglourious Basterds” was a significant exception to this rule but I think we can all agree that strict historical fidelity was not high on that film’s agenda.) That is all well and good but would Hollywood ever again produce the kind of WWII movie that they used to make back in the day—the kind that mixed together action, politics, drama, humor and romance as enacted by impossibly glamorous movie stars? “Allied,” the new film from Robert Zemeckis, is just that kind of film….

“Allied” is one of those movies in which everything clicks in such a precise and effective manner—including top-notch contributions from the likes of composer Alan Silvestri, cinematographer Don Burgess and costume designer Joanna Johnston—part of the fun in watching it is in seeing all of the various pieces coming together in such a seemingly effortless manner. It is a lovely homage to the kind of entertainment that Hollywood used to put out in the day without breaking a sweat, while still strong and sure enough to work on viewers who have never seen any of the films to which it pays tribute.

FRIDAY MOVIE NOVEMBER 25, 2016

ALLIED – stars Brad Pitt

GATEWAY (US 1 and Sunrise)

Starts 7:30 PM Meet inside lobby at 7:10 PM

*****5 Star Rated in my book. Saw it yesterday. Would see it again. Excellent all around Academy Award winning acting and exciting story line. Strongly recommend this movie.  – John Ramos (of group)

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

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During World War II, intelligence officer Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) is stationed in North Africa where he encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war.
Release date: November 23, 2016 (USA)

 

November 21, 2016   |  

Ever since “Saving Private Ryan” ushered in heretofore unheard-of levels of gruesome and graphic detail to its World War II combat sequences, pretty much every WWII film that has been produced since then, right up to the recent “Hacksaw Ridge,” has gone to great lengths to stress the horrors of combat and its intense physical and psychological pressures. (Yes, “Inglourious Basterds” was a significant exception to this rule but I think we can all agree that strict historical fidelity was not high on that film’s agenda.) That is all well and good but would Hollywood ever again produce the kind of WWII movie that they used to make back in the day—the kind that mixed together action, politics, drama, humor and romance as enacted by impossibly glamorous movie stars? “Allied,” the new film from Robert Zemeckis, is just that kind of film….

“Allied” is one of those movies in which everything clicks in such a precise and effective manner—including top-notch contributions from the likes of composer Alan Silvestri, cinematographer Don Burgess and costume designer Joanna Johnston—part of the fun in watching it is in seeing all of the various pieces coming together in such a seemingly effortless manner. It is a lovely homage to the kind of entertainment that Hollywood used to put out in the day without breaking a sweat, while still strong and sure enough to work on viewers who have never seen any of the films to which it pays tribute.