A few people had the idea to do a Bridge-wide movie night, so let's coordinate one!

  • Movie: Wreck It Ralph (+Paperman)
  • When: Two Showings
    • 2:00 PM Saturday Jan 3rd, 2015 PST
    • 5:00 PM Saturday Jan 3rd, 2015 PST
  • Where: Online Here
  • Who: Anyone who would like to join

We'll make sure to post about it and make noise in chat so that everyone remembers. And, of course, you can pop in and out as you like :)

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    Do you have any ideas for logistics? I'm not even really sure I understand what you're proposing. Dec 27, 2014 at 1:26
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    @StrixVaria We all watch a movie together. There is a chat room, and it will play the movie in a shared video space. Rabbit is a shared video watching service that allows us to all watch together Dec 27, 2014 at 1:40
  • @yuuki I can't speak for anyone else who attended, but this was really fun. Thanks for taking the time and effort to set this up and host! Jan 4, 2015 at 7:54
  • @GodEmperorDune Greater credit should go to Ktash. He helped find the web service we used for movie night and came up with a schedule. Not to mention he put up this meta post.
    – Yuuki
    Jan 4, 2015 at 16:15
  • @Yuuki sorry for being unclear, I was trying to thank both of you but SE would only let me link one name and ktash was already copied as the question owner. Jan 4, 2015 at 17:48

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Wreck It Ralph Movie Poster by Disney

Wreck It Ralph is a recent Disney movie about a video game villain seeking acceptance. In the movie are a lot of references to video games, gaming, and pop culture, and it is all wrapped up in a nice story with lovable characters. The film is rated PG for some rude humor and mild action/violence.

Trailer | Official Site | Buy on Amazon | Rotten Tomatoes (86%)


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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Movie Poster by Universal Pictures

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Trailer | Official Site | Buy on Amazon | Rotten Tomatoes (82%)


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If you have not seen it, do not read about it beforehand.

Trailer | Amazon | Rotten Tomatoes (89%)

Moon is Rated R for language and some mildly disturbing scenes, but on the whole it's actually pretty tame. And one of my favourite films ever.


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Trailer | Official Site | Amazon | Rotten Tomatoes (93%)

This movie is rated R for a bunch of stuff like violence and cursing,and has brief boobies.

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