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I've always loved going to the cinema and occasionally used to go on my own. But now I go with Social Circle at least once a month where I always meet someone new before the film starts. The fact that the cost of the ticket is included with membership is incredible.
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Jen

Midweek Movie Night Demolition

If you love the excitement of the big screen, enjoy the latest blockbuster releases or maybe mind expanding foreign films that puzzle and amaze, the Social Circle Film Night is 4u!
11th May 2016 8.20pm 
Meet upstairs in the bar for a drink before the movie Cineworld, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road, Didsbiury, M20 5PG.  venue link 
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This is a great event to meet new people and try new things in a friendly and relaxed environment. Be the first to see the latest movies with a warm friendly welcome from like-minded-people. Here at Social Circle, we make it our job to expose you to the latest and best films for FREE, connecting you to the latest tends and putting you were you want to be.

 

Demolition Watch The Preview here.

Synopsis: Jake Gyllenhaal gives another incredible performance in this quirky drama about a bereaved banker.

After his wife dies in a tragic car accident, Wall Street investment banker Davis (Jake Gyllenhaal) struggles to feel anything. His father-in-law Phil (Chris Cooper) attempts to console him and offer advice on how to rebuild his life. But Davis seems preoccupied with a minor complaint to a vending machine company. Eventually, his letters to the firm resonate with lonely customer service representative Karen (Naomi Watts). She forms an unlikely friendship with Davis, who learns that to move on he must first demolish his old life.

Offbeat, emotional and occasionally very funny indeed, Oscar-nominated director Jean-Marc Vallee's follow-up to Dallas Buyers Club and Wild benefits from another committed performance by Southpaw and Nightcrawler star Jake Gyllenhaal. He's ably supported by Naomi Watts and Chris Cooper, alongside impressive newcomer Judah Lewis as Karen's tearaway son, Chris.

 
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