IBJ Night at the Movies V

March 25, 2008
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Smart PeopleIBJ blog readers are, of course, very smart people.

So it is only appropriate that we invite you to a screening of “Smart People,” the soon-to-be-released comedy about an English lit professor with family troubles starring? Dennis Quaid and Sarah Jessica Parker star.

It also features Ellen Page, fresh from “Juno,” and, for further indie cred, “Sideways” star Thomas Hayden Church.

Want a pair of passes for the April 7 screening at AMC Castleton Square 14?

All you have to do is drop me a note at lharry@ibj.com with “Smart People” in the subject line. I’ll reply to the first 40 respondents letting you know how to pick up your tickets.

And, while you are here, post your thoughts on any current or upcoming movies you are looking forward to seeing. Maybe there’ll be a sneak preview in your future.
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  • I'll confess to being fairly excited about the new Indiana Jones flick.
  • Oh! Yes! Me, too! (the Indiana Jones)

    I know a lot of teens who are interested in the forthcoming movie version of Stephenie Meyers' TWILIGHT book series about dreamy vampires, so I will probably want to see that eventually, too.

    'Sorry I can't make it to the Smart People screening, but thanks for offering it.
  • I'm seeing a preview of 21 tonight. It looks pretty good. I like Kevin Spacey in just about anything.
  • I can't wait for Indiana Jones, and my wife is wild about the idea of the Sex and the City movie!

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