Recent Comments

3,827 Recent Member Comments

alondra
alondra wrote about Film Screenings:
hello I'm trying to get into the RSVP for the city of orange county for Fast & Furious wedite is not working. Kinda of bummed. I really want to go.
Posted: 10:03am | 3/25/2009

greensam88
greensam88 wrote about the Fast & Furious OC Film Screening:
nevermind...i still get rsvp confirmation...just that the link i get after i click enter gives me some sort of script error or something that sort of confuses me
Posted: 9:54am | 3/25/2009

sean.bello@campuscircle.net
sean.bello@campuscircle.net wrote about the Fast & Furious OC Film Screening:
Hi everyone, The thank you page (the page that appears after you register) is not working right now. We are working on fixing it right now. However, your registrations are still recording and we have been confirming RSVPs this morning to put all of you at ease while we work on fixing this problem.
Posted: 9:42am | 3/25/2009

April Montes wrote about the Fast & Furious LA Film Screening:
also got error notice but when I checked my email the RSVP confirmation was there...so check your email.
Posted: 9:42am | 3/25/2009

omega
omega wrote about the Fast & Furious OC Film Screening:
same here
Posted: 9:26am | 3/25/2009

Mara sandoval wrote about the Fast & Furious OC Film Screening:
Hey, I am trying to enter but it keeps sending me to another window "ERROR"
Posted: 9:24am | 3/25/2009

Belmont Klan
Belmont Klan wrote about the Fast & Furious LA Film Screening:
The RSVP isn't working. I try and try again. It keeps saying "error". So you do something to fix that problem. My kid would love to see fast and furious movie. Thanks.
Posted: 9:13am | 3/25/2009

judy
judy wrote about Film Screenings:
As regards the website, why show ENTER in blue, indicating the RSVP is open, when you then click on it, the RSVP says now closed. Perhaps it would be better to show full instead of enter when it is already closed, or something else.
Posted: 8:36am | 3/25/2009

judy
judy wrote about Film Screenings:
As regards the website, why show ENTER in blue, indicating the RSVP is open, when you then click on it, the RSVP says now closed. Perhaps it would be better to show full instead of enter when it is already closed, or something else.
Posted: 8:31am | 3/25/2009

liberty fisher wrote:
great giveaway
Posted: 4:50am | 3/25/2009

JOKES213
JOKES213 wrote about the Adventureland Film Screening:
I agree with my girlfriend Julia...baby we gonna go see this movie:D
Posted: 11:26am | 3/24/2009

mreventos
mreventos wrote about Film Screenings:
I think you are doing a great job! The screenings are not just a film but an event. There are usually great promotional items given away and the audience really gets into it. The first film I saw was Take the Lead with Antonio Banderas. Great family flick. I recently saw Sin Nombre. I missed it a few days prior at the San Diego Latino Film Festival so I drove all the way to Hollywood and I'm glad I did. Who cares if I had to pay for gas and parking. I saw the film before everyone else and for FREE! Keep up the great work Sean and Campus Circle!!
Posted: 9:54am | 3/24/2009

sean.bello@campuscircle.net
sean.bello@campuscircle.net wrote about Film Screenings:
Regarding screening emails. I still periodically send them out but the screening RSVPs have been filling up so fast that we haven't had a need to send out an email invite. I would recommend you getting one of our screening widgets to post on your social networking pages. We will be posting it on our website in the coming weeks. In the meantime, just keep checking our screening pages when you can.
Posted: 9:36pm | 3/22/2009

VNlilMAN
VNlilMAN wrote about Film Screenings:
Hollywood and Highland underground parking lot. Entrance is off highland right next to Lucky Strike. Its in the same building as the theater.
Posted: 8:48pm | 3/22/2009

alexlook
alexlook wrote about Film Screenings:
VNlilMAN, where do you park at in the mann chinese?
Posted: 9:58am | 3/22/2009

VNlilMAN
VNlilMAN wrote about Film Screenings:
$20 for parking? where have you been going? I usually get a validation and it only comes out to $2 most places(Grove, arclight and mann chinese)
Posted: 2:32am | 3/22/2009

sean.bello@campuscircle.net
sean.bello@campuscircle.net wrote about Film Screenings:
Hi everyone, Thanks for all your comments, here are some thoughts. (1) Parking - There is nothing I can do to help with the parking situation. I find the parking rates to be reasonable. However, there have been some issues in the past with Universal CityWalk. But I'm happy to report that our Duplicity screening had free parking at Universal CityWalk. (2) Metro - I think PKs comments are right on about using public transportation. I took the bus the other day to the redline (subway) and it got me right to Universal CityWalk. (3) Coupon Suggestions - I'll working on getting more coupons in our Special Offers section. I agree, with these tough times every little bit helps. (4) Website - Trang, thanks for the comments about the website. I'm working hard with our staff and tech team to make the site a better user experience for our members.
Posted: 9:47pm | 3/21/2009

PK
PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Reply to Trang. The movie companies are usually the one's that determine where to have the screenings. The only role Campus Circle plays is raffling off the extra seats to the users. That's why most screenings are either press or for the studio's workers. If you truly feel like not paying for parking then find a parking spot on the street (if you find one) or carpool or use the public transit systems. I personally take the buses or subways to screenings. I take the Metro Red line to screenings at Hollywood and Highland (Mann's Chinese 6 & Egyptian Theatre) and recently to Universal City. The best part is I didn't spend a cent for parking. So if you really feel bad spending $5-$20 for parking then use the resources around you. A Metro day pass only cost $5. Plus your helping the environment. :) ~PK
Posted: 4:02pm | 3/21/2009

MrMovieGoer
MrMovieGoer wrote about Film Screenings:
Oh yeah: You Business's out there reading this submitting great pomotions / coupons to Campus Circle to post will be great!!! Especially in this economy. Just a suggestion too for those great promotios /coupons= give something away to bring those customers like a free soda/drink with purchase of entree on different days / or free appetizer with 2 entrees purchased. Just a suggestion...to create new business and get money out of people you have to have a reason / what a better way than to give something away for free (something that doesnt cost that much anyway) ***** JUST MY PERSONAL INPUT *****
Posted: 5:51am | 3/21/2009

MrMovieGoer
MrMovieGoer wrote about Film Screenings:
It is the ecomomy. A friend of mine is in finance of the entertainment world and he said a lot of investors and banks are reluctant to invest into films right now so therefore a lot of projects are being put on the shelf right now due to $$. Be prepared last part of 2009, 2010 & 2011 will be extremely slow in the film and tv industry and not many films being produced - being that said a lot of wantabee's will be going back to their hometowns as there won't be very many jobs to be had===at least there will be some good apartment deals coming up
Posted: 5:37am | 3/21/2009

Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191

bid=||