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PK
PK
Member Since: 12/5/2007
7 Recent Member Comments

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Will there be a Bruno screening coming soon? ~PK
Posted: 4:33pm | 5/18/2009

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Yeah West LA Star Trek ticket were sent out earlier today. ~PK
Posted: 8:21pm | 5/1/2009

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Hey Sean, what happened to the X-Men screening? It just disappeared. lol ~PK
Posted: 12:25pm | 4/27/2009

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Hey Sean, Why does it say Thank You for RSVPing and you'll get a confirmation enail within 24 hour, but sometimes I don't get an e-mail what's wrong? (It's not in the junk mail either.) ~PK
Posted: 9:21pm | 4/15/2009

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
THANK YOU CAMPUS CIRCLE!!!! State of Play in Century City is open for RSVP everyone. Happy Easter ~PK
Posted: 12:59pm | 4/12/2009

PK wrote about Film Screenings:
Hey Sean. Will the RSVP for State of Play in Century City be open at any time? I didn't get to RSVP because I thought it was in Burbank. I'll love to go to the Century City screening. Is there any possibility you can email me a pass to peterkim5509@hotmail.com. Thank You for all the hard work Campus Circle continues to do. ~PK
Posted: 4:53pm | 4/11/2009

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

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