Each month a bunch of us get together to watch a movie. Our preference is for small films that didn’t attract a lot of box-office attention but have something to say about the human condition. That said, over the years we’ve watched movies of every type (except flying-body-parts action flicks.) We usually meet on the last Friday of the month in the DeHaan Center at Pilgrim Park, which is equipped with a high definition big screen, comfortable easy chairs, fresh coffee and a microwave for the all-important free popcorn.
Here’s what’s coming up in the months ahead
- June 26 and July 3 – “Angels in America” Mike Nichols’ Emmy-winning adaptation of the landmark play about the political and social impact of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s.
- July 31 – “The Imitation Game” Bernard Cumberbatch portrays Alan Turing, the British mathematician who built the first programmable computer during WWII to break Germany’s “unbreakable” code.
- (No Movie Night in August)
- September 24 – “Still Alice” Julianne Moore won the Best Actress Oscar playing a brilliant professor struggling with early-onset Alsheimer’s.