Engage your group with fellowship and film! Plan a party or fellowship evening when you're between studies, or schedule a Dinner and a Movie event anytime your group would enjoy something a little different. Your group will find it is easy to choose from these classics, comedies, and dramas. # Enjoy an evening meal, viewing and a discussion centered on one of these movies: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre # O Brother, Where Art Thou # Guess Who's Coming to Dinner # The Importance of Being Earnest # The Mission # Holes # Chocolat # It's a Wonderful Life # Big Fish # The Mosquito Coast # A River Runs Through It # Cast Away # For each movie, you will find: Movie's genre, rating, length, and a Quick Plot synopsis # Menu for dinner and a snack a related to the movie theme # Supplies list # Recipes, or for groups not inclined to cook, Easy Option Meal take-out suggestion # Decorations that add to the fun # Cooking Together choreography # Meal Time Starters a conversation starters # Pre-show game # Post-show discussion questions # Closing prayerHand out paper and pens and have everyone answer these fun trivia questions about Christmas movies. Then read the answers aloud and have guests compare their answers to the correct answers. Then have everyone discuss which actoranbsp;...
|Title||:||Group's Dinner and a Movie|
|Author||:||Cheri R. Gillard, Group Publishing|
|Publisher||:||Group - 2005-01|