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In LA? Check out The FP this Thursday with Flixist!

1:00 AM on 04.25.2012

My friend Jonathan London over at Geekscape and I hatched a plan: host a screening of The FP (read Flixist's review here), the Citizen Kane of "wait, what the f**k did I just watch?" right here in our home of Los Angeles. Thankfully, our friends at Tugg are there to make this a reality. On April 26th, this Thursday, at the AMC Citywalk Stadium 19, we'll be screening The FP, and we want YOU to be there! Just RSVP over at our event page at Tugg.

We've already met our ticket quota, so this screening is guaranteed to happen. Now, the last time Geekscape ran one of these, it sold out completely, so make sure you get your RSVP early! Tickets are only $9! Nine bucks for a movie in LA, especially at CityWalk, is basically something that never happens, so get ON this action!

As a special treat, we've got a Q&A with the filmmakers and stars of the film, as well as a mad-real dance contest with prizes!


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