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Posted: 3:23pm | 8/4/2011
Greetings! I haven't been to a screening since Feb.
Posted: 11:23am | 8/4/2011
Enjoyed Attack the Block! Thanks
Posted: 10:57am | 7/29/2011
Attack the Block is a solid film. The genre of the film is, I think, horror/action mixed with comedy? It's a fun ride. A very believable young cast with some strong standouts. Definitely worth a look.
Posted: 10:57am | 7/29/2011
Thank you sooooo much for the ATTACK THE BLOCK pass, I'm super excited to see it, can't wait!!! =D
Posted: 4:19pm | 7/25/2011
It's so sad that OC hasn't had a recent screening. But it appears the same bickering is happening at the LA ones. Hopefully we can all behave like civilized humans so that ALL the screenings don't go away. Sean - you and your staff do a great job!!!
Posted: 9:31am | 7/17/2011
Friends With Benefits was much better than expected! JT and Mila Kunis had a fantastic on-screen chemistry and although predictable, it was MUCH better than No Strings Attached.
Posted: 7:54pm | 7/15/2011
FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS- GREAT film with a lot of great true acting. I rate this movie 4.5Stars and highly recommend seeing it. A film that will live on my shelf once it is released on DVD. Thank you Campus Circle for another great film and movie poster =-)
Posted: 12:33pm | 7/15/2011
Thanks for the tickets for Friends with Benefits. Unforetunetly, my friend, about 60 other people, and I were not let in to the movie. I was 2 people away from the last person they let in, which really sucked considering i waited an hour and half and still had to pay for parking. I was hoping thy would give out other tickets so it wasnt a complete waste because at the last screening I went to, I didnt get in, and they gave us free movie tickets.
Posted: 10:57am | 7/15/2011
Is there an age limit for the Friends with Benefits screening tonight?
Posted: 4:15pm | 7/14/2011
Thank you Campus Circle for the passes to "Terri". It really captured that awkward, out of place feeling we have all experienced at some point in our youth. The pace matched that of the main character's thought process. It was interesting to see how he dealt with the obstacles/crap/drama in his life and become the hero to himself and others.
Posted: 10:49pm | 7/13/2011
Terri Review by Libertyin2011: Terri is an overweight kind hearted teenager who cares and lives with his ill uncle. He is constantly ridiculed by his classmates thus hesitant to show up to classes and when he does, he wears his PJs because he feels more comfortable in them. This movie is light but somewhat deep. In addition to Terri's, it carefully develops the main characters and their shortcomings as well as their friedships( Terri's vice principal, Mr. Fitzgerald, Chad, a strange lonely boy masking his insecurities under his rebellious weird behavior, and Heather, a beautiful and innocent looking girl making sexual advances to Terri. Terri is actually the level-headed grounded boy who ends up saving all of them. I enjoyed the movie and the character developments. The movie was well done. I would recommend seeing this movie. There are a couple of sexual and drug/alcohol abuse scenes which might not be suitable for children.
Posted: 11:22am | 7/1/2011
Have a great long weekend and happy Fourth of July. Enjoy! -Campus Circle-
Posted: 9:30am | 7/1/2011
It's heartwrenching seeing obese teens like "Terri" being bullied and ostracized. Aside from the movie, I want to say that the line control was so much better because of the effort made by Sean who had a clipboard of officially registered attendees and had gone down the line physically matching that list with our hardcopy invite, numbering each invite in turn. This system allowed 2 people per pass -- no more one early bird saving spaces for groups of friends and family. Campus Circle wouldn't have to do this if we all would just be respectful to each other by following the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you".
Posted: 8:18am | 7/1/2011
First off all, I loved Terri. Thank you for the screening. I thought it was a well made film with lots of character in it. Though, I understand that these screenings are free and all, but I was getting really annoyed at the people sitting behind me who wouldn't stop talking. I told them to be quiet, and they wouldn't stop. Is there a way we can prevent this from ever happening again? I know it's free, but at the same time the movie should be enjoyable to watch. It really rude, and distracting when people talk during the movie. Thanks!
Posted: 2:07am | 7/1/2011
I loved Terri, I honestly did not know what to expect but I thought it was an awesome film. Great acting from all of them. I got to the screening about an hour early, I did not mind the wait, and my friend and I still got good seats. Thanks Campus Circle!!
Posted: 7:15pm | 6/30/2011
Terri was a unique character study from a large person's point of view. Suprized to an old actor friend Justin Prentice as Dirty Jack. Interesting, but could have left out the sexual part in the cafeteria.
Posted: 4:44pm | 6/30/2011
THANKS SEAN FOR THE PASS TO TERRI LAST NIGHT. REALLY ENJOYED IT. THE CAST AND THE STORYLINE WERE FANTASTIC
Posted: 4:38pm | 6/30/2011
"Laws can embody standards; governments can enforce laws—but the final task is not a task for government. It is a task for each and every one of us. Every time we turn our heads the other way when we see the law flouted—when we tolerate what we know to be wrong—when we close our eyes and ears to the corrupt because we are too busy, or too frightened—when we fail to speak up and speak out—we strike a blow against freedom and decency and justice." June 21, 1961 Bobby Kennedy
Posted: 2:26pm | 6/30/2011
Thanks Campus Circle. Last night's screening of "Terri" went off without a hitch. Showing it at Laemmle's was a great idea. They may not be the most advanced of theaters, but the popcorn is cheap, it's easy to establish a line. The atmosphere was perfect for the one of "Terri." It didn't need flash and lights. It was a funny, quirky, coming of age story that played well against that theater. Thanks again.
Posted: 2:16pm | 6/30/2011