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"Attack The Block" Expanding To Another 6 More Cities Today! Is Yours One Of Them?

by Tambay A. Obenson
August 19, 2011 9:34 AM
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Congratulations Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Washington D.C., Orlando and Phoenix! You are the 6 new cities that the British sensation Attack The Block will be opening in this week - today!

So now you can rush out to whatever theater near you is running the movie, and finally see what countless others have been near-orgasmic over. Believe it bruv.

Check your local listings for theaters and times.

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  • Afrobrit | August 25, 2011 3:01 AMReply

    I have a problem with this film regarding the representation of Black people in this film. I have posted before article which stated why people should be very carefully supporting a film shows people of African descent in a negative way.

  • Geneva Girl | August 20, 2011 10:12 AMReply

    Thank you for making me aware of this terrific movie! We saw it tonight in Geneva, which I find funny since I couldn't see it in Philly when I was home for a visit. There were only nine of us in the theater and most were French speakers.

    Mr. G and I had blast. We laughed hard and loud. I was also struck by the social commentary of the film.

    Again, thanks for making me aware of this little gem. I didn't even mind paying the >$20/ticket and the babysitter.

  • jeanetta | August 20, 2011 7:39 AMReply

    I'm planning to see this at Bay Street this weekend, too.

  • Jackie | August 20, 2011 4:08 AMReply

    We finally got to see this week it when it opened at the AMC Bay Street 16 in Emeryville, CA.

    Went to a matinee. There were a total of five of us in the theater but I could tell the other three people were having just a good a time as my partner and I were. I want to see it again as soon as I can.

  • Emmanuel | August 20, 2011 1:54 AMReply

    Finally. I will be checking it out.

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