“I was either a student, or very young reporter or critic, and I could see I was maybe one of two, or one of three women, [and] one of the only women of color."
"Bring a pair of good clean comfy socks. ... Stay away from junk food. And by all means, bring you sense of humor. A good ray gun that flashes and makes noise is also recommended."
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"There was a huge amount of playfulness in the making of the movie. It didn’t necessarily come out frame after frame. But our teamwork, let’s say, or our just hanging out, was an important part of how it evolved."
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If you were to actually use the $45 monthly movie pass every day in a 30-day month, you'd be spending $1.50 on each screening – the lowest fare I've seen in my lifetime. That said, you don't need to be a die hard to see the benefits. At IMAX tickets of upwards of $18, going to the theater three times in one month with the pass saves you money. With the $35 pass, you'd only need to go four times.