There are two movie going experiences from my childhood that stick out more than any others. The first, of course, was going to see Star Wars when I was six years old. My father and I snuck out of the house to see it so my brother, two years younger, wouldn’t know we’d gone. The other was roughly a year later when we all went to see Superman. Like the posters said, we believed a man could fly! Richard Donner’s 1978 epic wasn’t the first appearance of the blue boy on the big screen, however. There had been the Fleischer cartoons and a serial, but his other feature film appearance had been the launch of the television series starring George Reeves. Later it was edited into a multi-part episode of the show, but when it appeared in theaters in 1951 it was known as Superman and the Mole Men
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We would like to announce the introduction of a new cinema club within EVE Estuary.
As part of this club we will be meeting to watch a movie at least once a month, either in the centre or at our local cinema. Afterwards we will discuss the movie, give it a rating and write a review on it. These reviews will then be uploaded onto this blog.
This club is linked with the visual and performing arts module. We will be looking at how a story and it’s characters are represented by the creators and actors, which will provide us with an insight into how we can create our own dramatical works in the future.
This club is also linked into our communications, independent living skills, literacy and computer skills modules.
We would like to thank and congratulate Louise Donnelly, Matthew Colgan and Kieran Morris for helping to design our…
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