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Now Playing at a Theater Near Me e-book

Author:

Tim McGlynn

Language:

English

Category:

Memoris

Subcategory:

Arts & Literature

ePub size:

1806 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (January 8, 2008)

Pages:

160

ISBN:

1602641188

Now Playing at a Theater Near Me e-book

by Tim McGlynn


Join author Tim McGlynn and friends as they crowded into the local grindhouse to see.

Join author Tim McGlynn and friends as they crowded into the local grindhouse to see. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

ISBN13:9781602641181.

Just two weeks until the final "Harry Potter" movie turns up in theaters, and I'm hearing that some are preparing by. .He’s now a teenager, and over six feet tall, but I can still see in him that excited little kid from 2002

Just two weeks until the final "Harry Potter" movie turns up in theaters, and I'm hearing that some are preparing by watching a Harry Potter marathon at home (been there . He’s now a teenager, and over six feet tall, but I can still see in him that excited little kid from 2002. He and I will be at the advance screening July 11, and I’ll let you know what we both think. In the meantime, if you (as I did) might need a little reminder of exactly what Horcruxes are, here’s a tutorial. And have a lovely holiday weekend! Moira Macdonald: mmacdonaldtletimes. com; on Twitter: averse. Moira Macdonald is the Seattle Times arts critic.

Revisiting the films that don't make the Academy Award montages, Charles Taylor finds a treasury many of us have forgotten, movies that in fact unlock the secrets of the times. Celebrated film critic Taylor pays homage to the trucker vigilantes, meat magnate pimps, blaxploitation angel avengers, and taciturn factory workers of grungy, unartful B films such as Prime Cut, Foxy Brown, and Eyes of Laura Mars. He creates a compelling argument for what matters in moviemaking and brings a pivotal American era vividly to life in all its gritty, melancholy complexity.

If theater is your religion and the Broadway musical your sect, you've been woefully faith-challenged of late. Venturesome, boundary-pushing works such as Sprin. In fact, the uses and abuses of faith, the strange persistence of these ancient (or in the case of Mormonism, not so ancient) bedtime stories, is a central theme.

Here we are outside the theatre. It is the Library Theatre which is underneath the Central Library in Manchester. The auditorium seems to be full now. In a few minutes the play will begin. The attendants close the doors and draw the curtains over them. We are going to see a modern play which is very popular with theatre-goers. Passing through the revolving door and down the stairs we come to the box office where the tickets are sold. Luckily we booked our seats a few weeks ago or would not be able to get in, because for this play all the seats had already been sold. It is so popular that this is the second time it has been produced here. We leave our raincoats in the cloakroom.

Near-ta Theatre are a theatre company based in Falmouth, Cornwall who have been producing original and inventive comedy . Merry Christmas from us all at Near-ta Theatre! This was made for us by the excellent Overman.

Near-ta Theatre are a theatre company based in Falmouth, Cornwall who have been producing original and inventive comedy since 2003. 24 December 2018 ·. A huge thank you to all our audiences at Poly Falmouth for the past four nights, we had the best time. Most importantly, thanks to you, we have raised a total of £971. 57 that we have distributed to Falmouth and Penryn Foodbank and Reduth Foodbank.

Were you in high school during the seventies? Where did you go with your friends at night or on the weekends? Without computers, DVDs or wireless phones you probably spent a lot of time at the movies. You didn't learn about sex and profanity at home, you experienced it bigger than life at the single screen theaters and drive-ins in your hometown. Take a trip back to the days before cable, computers and gourmet coffeehouses. "Now Playing at a Theater Near Me," a humorous and slightly cynical memoir, is a trivia packed chronicle of life and growing up during the late sixties and early seventies, a time when the motion picture industry struggled to keep up with the rapidly changing issues and morals of the time. Join author Tim McGlynn and friends as they crowded into the local grindhouse to see . . . THE BANK ROBBERY GONE WRONG! THE CAR CRASH AT THE DRIVE-IN! THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL SCANDAL! THE THANKSGIVING DINNER HORROR! THE AUDIENCE TERRORIZED BY THE DEVIL! THE HOMECOMING DANCE DISASTER! THE "BOOK DAY" INCIDENT!
Gir
Having grown up in burb not too far from Palatine and being only about a year older than the author this book really hit home. I shared many of the same experiences as Tim especially in regards to movie watching and theater going. I thought i was reading a story fo my life at times
Great read. I only wished it was a bit longer and covered more movies
Doulkree
I was actually in grade school in the seventies, but this book brought back memories of my own youth and how pop culture played a huge part in my upbringing, especially movies. Tim McGlynn has cracked open a time capsule that depending on the readers age, either has them remembering along with him or foraging in the dark crevices of their own mind for the movies that defined their own adolescent years. Like McGlynn, I grew up in the midwest in a less than wealthy family so entertainment had to be on the inexpensive side. Enter the Majestic Theater, where $4 could gain you admittance, popcorn, soda, candy (to throw)and a chance to excape in to the magical world of Hollywood.

What I liked best about this book is that I was able to identify my friends and those of my brothers through the actions of McGlynn circle of friends. Also the list of movies that partially defined his life are those that would show up in my own life story, I was fortunate enough to have parents like his friend Paul Wells and was able to see many of these in the theater at a very early age.

I heartily recommend this book to any that want to journey back to the days before excessive sequels, reality tv, and Lindsey Lohan. If you do not want to play in your own memories, go play in Tim McGlynn's and have a good time!!
Tejora
It was fun to read about the old HS days. I knew many of the characters in the book which made it even more humorous. Reading the book would bring back fond memories for anyone who grew up in the 70's!

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