Disney Movie Club

October 25, 2010 by Post Team 

Disney Movie Club, Inside lead role of Penny Tweedy, Diane Lane broke into a men’s club dinner alone than to be welcomed and comforted by Bull Hancck, a confidant of his towering father played by Fred Thompson, the actor and former long-time U.S. Senator from Tennessee.

Quietly, one chick flick pronounced, “I love him already,” as the Disney movie came on the heels, recounting the rise of horse racing standout from the mid-1970s, originally known as Big Red.

Claudia Calcutt North Myrtle Beach said she formed Flick chiks* a few years ago with a handful of friends to enjoy one another’s company and host of other women into their fold. Whoever comes, they come once a month for dinner at area restaurants and a movie.

“It started because our husbands do not want to go to the movies,” said Calcutt. “It’s really a fun, loving what we do. No pettiness, no angry.”

The entourage, who said Calcutt increased to 94, usually attracts about 30 to 40 months. Tuesday night, they broke bread during happy hour and special meals at the House of Ruth’s Chris Steak in Myrtle Beach, and theater, about 35 women divided between “Secretariat” and the drama of the CIA “Red”. When “Sex and the City 2″ on the screens in May, they were dressed like members of their favorite distribution of the series.

Chick Flick most are retired or “retirement age,” said Calcutt, and most are Shaggers. Married or single? It does not matter in this mixture, all are welcome.

“We just go out to eat and see movies and have popcorn,” she said.

As the group converged in the lobby of the theater before the performance of “Secretariat”, all women were smiling, happy to have networked and made new friends through Flick chiks*, especially with many having relocated from the outside the state.


“It is women connecting with other women,” said Rachel Holofchak Calabash, NC, who left Virginia 21 / 2 years.

“All because of you,” said Holofchak, looking Calcutt, “I know other people in this community. It is Ms. Chamber of Commerce. ”

Diane Roberson River Little said she had known Calcutt 40 years ago, and reconnected by Chick Flick.

Pat Folds Little River, formerly of Atlanta, also fell to this area. She looks forward to the monthly meeting with the “girls”.

“What better thing to do?” she asked before leaving to find the new screen.

Lou Preston, a Virginia native living in Little River, spoke about improvements in the towns that provide group outings.

“You have so many more movies when you’re with other people,” she said, “and others laugh. ”

Denise Pierce North Myrtle Beach has been identified as a new recruit, impressed by this outlet for camaraderie.

Gotwals Linda moved to the Strand five years ago in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck. She called herself a member Flick chiks* “Charter 12 and enjoyed this way to meet new friends,” because I had to start over. ”

Sandy Cummings retired to North Myrtle Beach from Concord, NC, near Charlotte, and found a network chiks* Flick.

“I came here and knew nobody,” she said.

Dollie McKay of North Myrtle Beach has moved from Maryland three years ago.

“I’m going to the movies to escape everything for a while,” she said. “We have a ball.”

“With the girls’

Paula Lewis of North Myrtle Beach said she caught Calcutt, she knew years ago, during a dinner last October at the local Burger Joe’s.

Lewis said she thought at the time, “What this group of ladies”?

She also said her husband, Morgan, breaks the mold, because he likes to take in movies with his wife. He always felt welcome as a guest among Flick chiks*, but he was out of town Tuesday.

When “Secretariat” has ended, after the horse miraculously wins the Triple Crown in 1973 and the end credits showed what became the film’s central characters, “Wahoo” and “Wonderful” cries emerged from the line Flick ‘chiks*.

Walking with other women in the lobby of the theater, Calcutt thought about how the Secretariat and its owner, Penny Tweedy, reaffirmed their exclusive link every time they looked in everyone’s eyes.

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