Thursday, July 16, 2009

Paul Verhoeven's Black Book - Monday, July 20


This is just a reminder that on Monday, July 20, Only The Cinema will be hosting the latest discussion for The Oldest Established Really Important Film Club (TOERIFC). The discussion will be about Paul Verhoeven's 2006 film Black Book. Here's how it works: at 10 AM EST, I'll put up a post about the film and open up the comment thread; all you have to do is stop by any time after that and join the conversation. Respond to my review, or reply with your own thoughts about the film, the director, or anything else. Let the conversation go where it will. Past TOERIFC discussions have always been really lively and active, with plenty of back-and-forth and debates. There's no official membership in this club, so EVERYONE is free to participate. Please do. Watch (or rewatch) the film, then stop by to chat about it here. See you then! Franken is eagerly expecting you...

4 comments:

Kevin J. Olson said...

I'm really excited for this one. I'll probably be watching it tonight. I can't wait to see how others view Verhoeven's work.

Fox said...

Sen. Al Franken is gonna be at TOERIFC on Monday?? Does that mean the boring confirmation hearings will finally be over, or is he just gonna text in while some other senator drones?

Ryan Kelly said...

Today is Verhoeven's birthday! Surely the perfect occasion to watch Black Book.

Pat said...

Just finishing watching this, and I am eagerly looking foward to the discussion here on Monday.