- tícMovie Night 30 October 2020
- Dutch School System presentation 12 November 2020
- tícWalkie Talkies 15 November 2020
- tícMovie Night 20 November 2020
- Book Club: A Long Petal of the Sea 24 November 2020
- Cupcake Decorating Workshop 10 December 2020
- tícWalkie Talkies 12 December 2020
This month is a real action film, but with a romantic element thrown in as well. The movie is Honest Thief, starring Liam Neeson – check out the film trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUIEOMOxIDo
It is an IMAX film, so a bit more of an immersive experience. We have 10 tickets available which will be reserved on a first come – first serve basis, so register quickly! If we still have tickets available, we will notify you and give you payment information.
Due to the heightened restrictions, the concessions stand at the theater is closed; theater guests are now permitted (temporarily!) to bring their own snacks and (non-alcoholic) drinks to the theater. To celebrate this in-person event, we will have a little bag of popcorn or chips plus a couple chocolates for everyone who comes – courtesy of tíc 🙂
We will not be able to have a drink together after the film, but we will all see the same film and can chat a bit as we make our way out of the theater.
*Participation is confirmed only when payment is received.
Next week we’ll meet up for another tícMovie Night. For #FlashbackFriday, here’s a look back at the Cinecitta movie “Blinded by the Light”!
by Dietrich Haas
27 September 2019. For September’s tíc movie night, we were all “Blinded by the Light” at Cinecitta.
Without spoiling too much for those who still want to watch this film about the impact of “The Boss” Bruce Springsteen’s music has on a Pakistani teenager living in England, I give it two thumbs up! (more…)
25.09.2020. I woke up this morning with the pleasant buzz of knowing I’d enjoyed a good night out and have made new friends! It was movie night with tíc. A simple idea, we watch a movie in its original language (English) and after the movie discuss it, over a drink, in a neighbouring pub.
Fourteen of us met at the Pathé. The movie was ‘The Secret’ based on the book by the same name. Reviews of the movie were divided, some enjoying it more than others. Afterwards, sitting comfortably in the pub, the movie did not manage to hold our attention for very long as we quickly moved on to getting to know more about each other and our diverse, colourful backgrounds. Laughter, fun & friendship! As we left the pub around midnight, I knew I would be back for the next tíc event!
Check out our movie review of The Gentlemen!
5 Jun 2020. After weeks of event cancellations, it was with great enthusiasm that I heard movie theaters could reopen on June 1st. 🙂
Pathé was careful to stick to the required 1.5 meter distance and we were assigned seats individually as we entered the theater. We sat in pairs with 3 seats and 2 rows separating guests. The Gentlemen, a combination gangster/shoot-em-up and comedy film, was a good choice and just what we needed. (more…)
31 Jan 2020. On the last day of January, we had the first movie night of 2020. ☺ tíc members met at Pathé to view 1917 – a new movie about the First World War.
For those who have not seen this award-winning film, director Sam Mendes filmed in the “one-shot” format, stretching it out to feature length. Several takes and set-ups are seamlessly conjoined to give the appearance of a continuous cinematic point-of-view, albeit with periodic ellipses. The result is an immersive drama that leads the viewer through the trenches and battlefields of northern France, as two young British soldiers attempt to make their way through enemy lines on 6 April 1917. (more…)
Tomorrow night we’ll meet up for another tícMovie Night. For #ThrowbackThursday, here’s a look back at the Cinecitta movie “Loving Vincent”!
by Yolonda van Riel
27 Oct 2017. Loving Vincent was chosen for October’s movie night. A nice group gathered, all curious about what to expect from this film. There was actually quite a bit of discussion before it even started. “How in the world can they make a decent movie using paintings?” “ I wonder if it will have a cartoon feel?” “I’m sure I’ll either love it or hate it!” (more…)
22 Nov 2019. On Friday we went to see a movie ‘The Good Liar.’ The movie took unanticipated turns and kept the audience in suspense. I found the quality of acting very good.
We went to the Havana café for drinks afterwards. It was a very relaxed evening. I had a lot of fun hearing about cross-cultural experiences in different countries. I laughed so much that my mascara started leaking at some point.
#TilburgInternationalClub #Expatlife #movienight #thegoodliar #pathe
11 November 2016. by Anne van Oorschot. We had our first #TilburgInternationalClub movie evening of the club year at Cinecitta to see the film The Light Between Oceans. This beautiful film is based on the debut novel by M. L. Stedman and tells the story of Tom (Michael Fassbender), a Lighthouse keeper in Western Australia and his wife, Isabel (Alicia Vikander). Tom, a WWI veteran, is damaged by the atrocities he has seen as a soldier and feels his past will prevent him from having a happy future, so accepts the job of lighthouse keeper on a desolate island. He is surprised by the affection of Isobel, a lovely girl who lives on the mainland and they are married and head off to the island where they create a solitary, yet happy life together. (more…)
Without spoiling too much for those who still want to watch this film about the impact of “The Boss” Bruce Springsteen’s music has on a Pakistani teenager living in England, I give it two thumbs up!
This coming Friday night we’ll meet up for our first Movie Night of the club season. For #ThrowbackThursday, here’s a look back to last year’s movie night to see “Green Book”!
01.02.2019. Review by Elaine Ferguson. The film is loosely based on the friendship between Tony “Lip” Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) who is a night club owner/bouncer and Dr Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) a talented black concert pianist. (more…)