Monday, May 5, 2014

“Cut” and other Edward Scissorhands-themed Guelph Movie Club jokes

The Guelph Movie Club selection for May is Edward Scissorhands. It’s the story of a young, robot man with scissors for hands who just wants to belong – he’s the modern everyman. It’s not unlike Movie Club, if you think about it. What we try (very hard, I might add) is to create a place – a sense of belonging – for people who love movies.

Admit it, you cried a little just now.

Another thing we try very hard to do with Movie Club is get better, to make it something you folks won’t want to miss each month. Over the course of the next few months, you’re going to see us try new things: theme months, special pre/post-show events, prizes, and so on. We hope you’ll tell us what tickles your fancy.

Without further ado, we’re devoting June to Quentin Tarantino. Use the poll below to pick your favourite.

(Note that you can only vote once. After that, the poll won't appear when you view this blog.)

Results will be revealed before we watch Edward Scissorhands.

One more thing before I go. The Bookshelf is great. They let me run Movie Club. They let us watch the movies we want. For those reasons and many more, I want to make sure they get as good as they give. So please, come out on the last Thursday of every month and bring your friends. Let’s make Movie Club a winner for them so they can continue to make it happen for us.

'Til then, see you at the movies!



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