Rush - Tonight (9/17) FREE

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  1. Nathan

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    Lost Planet Records in Clintonville has free passes to an advance screening of Rush showing at 7:30 tonight at the Gateway Cinemas just south of campus.
     
  2. mrntd

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    That was a GREAT movie. Thanks Nathan. Sorry you couldn't make it.
    That record store was cool too.

    I won't give out any spoilers unless you ask for them at "donuts".
     
  3. Nathan

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    I was about to ask if anyone went.

    Thanks for the no spoilers.
     
  4. mrntd

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    The place wasn't full but close. Everyone enjoyed the show.
     
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    How was the popcorn? :popcorn:
     
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    Glad to hear that "Rush" met it's advance billing successfully. I hope the other F-1 movie/documentary "1" being released in October is equally good.
     
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    Hot dog and popcorn with a Sam's harvest ale for dinner at the theater. They were out of sliders.
     

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