Recent Posts on R-SPEC's Google Group
Recent posts to our Google Group. Please feel free to join in the discussion!
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Hello! This weekend's R-SPEC movie is The Book of Life, an animated fantasy-adventure story of a conflicted man and dreamer, Manolo (voiced by Diego Luna), who sets off on a quest to save his true love, Maria (voiced by Zoe Saldana), and to defend his village. (It's currently rated 78% on the Toma
Hello! This weekend's R-SPEC movie is The Boxtrolls, a 3-D, stop-motion, animated fantasy, based on Here Be Monsters!, a novel by Alan Snow. This is the story of an orphan named Eggs (voiced by Isaac Hempstead-Wright) who was raised by cave-dwelling creatures called "Boxtrolls." They get their nam
Re. the dinner & a movie thing: I don't know if they still do that -- it's not on their website or the Diner's -- but if so it's only M-R. Aside: I would love it if we could organize R-Spec Cinema Theater outings, but they'd have to be more ad hoc since they don't show coming attractions more than
I was invited to this, and thought you guys might be interested. https://www.facebook.com/events/1391556927757586/1391594344420511/?comment_id=1391594704420475&ref=notif¬if_t=event_mall_reply
I’ve posted it to the Facebook page. I’m really looking forward to this meeting. Kurt On Aug 28, 2014, at 6:54 AM, Alan wrote: Hello, R-SPECers! We're going to try something a little different during next Tuesday's R-SPEC meeting. Read on... September 2014: Flash Fiction E
Hello! This weekend's R-SPEC movie is The Giver, based on the 1994 Newbery Medal-winning novel from Lois Lowry. Read more about the novel. The Giver (PG-13; 1 hours, 37 minutes) When: Saturday, August 30 @ 4:40 p.m. Where: Cinemark Tinseltown (Gates), 2291 Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY 14624 Cost: $7
On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 1:24 PM, Kurt Schweitzer wrote: P.S. Howard the Duck made an appearance in the Easter Egg at the very end of Groot. Does that mean there’s a new HTD movie in the works? Supposedly, the official word is "no." He's an incredibly hard character to work w
FWIW, I won't be waiting that long to see Guardians. Also FWIW, I'm hearing vaguely good buzz about _Dawn..._ On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 12:13 PM, Kurt Schweitzer wrote: The Next R-SPEC Movie Night is currently scheduled to be "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes". I'd rather watch
Just a note to let folks know that in addition to having Frank Glover talk about interplanetary travel, Bill Horst-Kotter will be there to recruit R-SPEC writers for his podcast. Some of you probably know Bill through RFF -- he helped Wayne a lot with the last Astronomicon. -- --eric scoles | e
Hello! This weekend's R-SPEC movie is not Jupiter Ascending, which now has a February 6, 2015 release date. The R-SPEC movie is now... Lucy (R; 1 hour, 28 minutes) When: Saturday, August 2 @ 3:15 p.m. Where: Cinemark Tinseltown (Gates), 2291 Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY 14624 Cost: $7.50 per
Hi, everyone, The originally scheduled movie, "Jupiter Ascending," was recently moved to a February 2015 release. This Saturday's movie is (probably) going to be 'Lucy." ("Guardians of the Galaxy" is in the mix, but it's opening weekend for that movie and likely to be crowded. Did I say, "Crowded!"?
Correction: That’s a Google+ COMMUNITY. Different from a Group. I’m not supposed to mix these things up! Kurt On Jul 24, 2014, at 1:21 PM, Kurt Schweitzer wrote: I've just been made aware that, although R-SPEC has this wonderful Google Group (and a Facebook Page, and a website),
Hello! This weekend's R-SPEC movie is running a little earlier than usual (1:10 p.m.), but it's almost three hours long. So, maybe there will be an early dinner or late lunch (linner?) afterwards. Another benefit is the Early Bird matinee price! Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG-13; 2 hours, 45