Movie Viewing Group

Movie Viewing Group – an opportunity for any lady to find companions with whom to view movies together and have an opportunity to discuss afterwards.
  • If you would like to join the group, please email Wendy Duffey@ duffeyinboston@aol.com.
  • How this works: If there is a movie you would like to see, email Wendy. An email is sent out to all members for each movie the group wishes to see. A mutual time is arranged.
  • The movie group then works out the details and determines when and where they will discuss the film afterwards. Not everyone will want to see every movie; Not everyone can go at the same time and place, but communicating to one another is key to the success of the group.
  • Members may invite any guests to attend a movie with the group.
  • The primary movie venues to consider:
    • Browning Cinema at Notre Dame (it appears their programming goes through June; I am waiting to hear if we will get offered any more free tickets and will let you know).www.performingarts.nd.edu
    • Traditional movie theaters only publish their schedules a week in advance; their websites will advise you as to what is “Coming Soon”. If you want information for more advanced planning, you can go to websites such as www.movieinsider.comto get release dates of films in which you are interested. In our area, there are two choices:
      • AMC Classic South Bend 16 If you have the app on your phone or become an AMC Stubs member you can save money. www.amctheatres.com
      • Cinemark Movies 14 Mishawaka  All seats are reserved, so planning in advance is important. You can join the Cinemark Movie Club to get discounts. www.cinemark.com
    • Vickers Theatre in Three Oaks, Michigan www.vickerstheatre.com Those that have gone to movies there said although it is about a 40 minute trip, it might be a “good field trip”.
    • Home Viewing Utilizing Cable on demand or NetFlix or other vehicles, group members may want to gather at a member’s home to watch a movie.