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On May 6, Singles Movie Nite will be launched nation wide. It is an event for singles and your friends to attend a premiere opening of the epic movie, THERE BE DRAGONS. The movie will be followed by an after-party nearby to mingle and hangout with people who attended the premiere.
To attend, please RSVP at the link above and then select the location nearest to you. A confirmation email will be sent to you confirming your RSVP, and we will continue to inform you of updates including the theater location and the after party details by May 1st.
Singles Movie Nite is presented by CatholicMatch.com
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May 11th, 2011 - David-158062 said:
I went to the screening in Boston. Indeed, the film did focus heavily on Opus Dei's early history. While the facts seemed to be accurate, the underlying story as not well written. Despite some excellent actors, the lack of a well constructed story made this movie a waste of time. The message of finding holiness in everyday works is important. Some would argue that Opus Dei simply gets a bit too intense on the political side. The point is that the film was a waste of time. I'm sure that no one during this period of the Spanish Civil War spoke English, for example. Thus, it makes anyone suspect regarding underlying political motives, not whether good works are desirable. In fact, only one other person showed in Boston. For a Catholic singles event this was a real bust. I'm not sure I want to take the time for another event.
May 10th, 2011 - Peter-449116 said:
I bought a ticket to "There Be Dragons" for May 6 in Arlington, VA. In the days prior to that date, I did a little research & found out several of the people involved in the making of the film were Opus Dei. Also didn't like what I read about the group. Although I understand it is an excellent film, this information spooked me out of attending. Now reading what Donna 698611 said about it being a "thinly disguised fundraiser for Opus Dei" confirmed my suspicions.