The ALLNIGHTER [Autumn 2006]
Can You Go AllNight?
FRIDAY WEEK 6 (10th November) - doors open 7.30pm
The AllNighter is WSC's flagship event, and one not to be missed. It's a night of great films and interval entertainment, creating an atmosphere second to none! Exciting interval entertainment includes a film quiz, raffle (with, courtesy of Deloitte, the chance to win a gift experience worth £99!), short films (including the celebrated Maths "G103" film) and more!
Tickets will be on sale before films from Wednesday throughout Week 6, and from 10am - 4pm in Cholo on the day (10th November). Tickets sold at the door will be on a first come first serve basis so buy early to avoid disappointment!
Dupree (Wilson) flies to Hawaii to watch his old buddy Carl (Matt Dillon) marry his lovely girlfriend Molly (Kate Hudson). As soon as he steps into the picture the honeymoon is over. But Carl, being the generous/foolishly naive guy that he is, invites his newly fired, homeless best man to crash at their house for a few days. Within one week he clogs every toilet, orders HBO without permission, and botches an interview by proudly admitting he is not much of a workhorse. It looks like the third wheel has no intention of rolling away anytime soon. For a good laugh this is definitely recommended. Come and find your “ness.” (There’s only one way you can find out what that means…) Owen Wilson die-hards will love it.
Leonard has lost his short term memory and lives amidst total confusion. To keep track of what he gleams through the day he takes Polaroid snaps of anyone he comes into contact with and even uses himself as a human jotting pad, writing reminders all over his body. One of those messages is terrifying. Written backwards so he can read it only in the mirror, it details the rape and murder of his wife. Not knowing who he can trust or whether he has asked questions for the first or the millionth time, he desperately struggles to discover what happened, why it happened and who caused it. A film worth remembering again and again and again…
The most anticipated film in WSC's programme. A secret guarded so closely that only one person in the whole of Warwick University knows what it's going to be! It could be a recent blockbuster, or a preview of a film that hasn't been released in the cinemas! The only way to find out is to be there on the night! Click here to find out what it was!
Populated by adorable anthropomorphic automobiles alone, the world of Cars certainly makes for an idyllic setting: no drivers, no pollution, just cars. At the heart of this paradise we have Radiator Springs, the home of a wacky community of red-neck automobiles with madcap voices and cute small town values. This is where our hero Lightning McQueen, voiced by Owen Wilson, finds himself marooned whilst trying to get to race in the all-important Piston Cup. In true boy-racer style this arrogant yet super snazzy racing car thinks he knows it all, and it’s up to the residents of Radiator Springs to teach him some valuable lessons. Cars is such a luxurious and professionally engineered piece of entertainment, living up to Pixar’s immense reputation undoubtedly.
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Screenings of this film:
|2006/2007 Autumn Term – (35mm)|