Now to talk about the experience. Richard Dreyfuss was an extremely funny, and extremely charming actor. The Q & A with him provided some great insight into the process of making this phenomenal film, and also some of his others. (He even ripped on George Lucas, saying that he "hated directing" and "they basically directed themselves".) Seeing the movie on the big screen was a great experience. Seeing it in an old theater, it really felt like I had transported to 1975. Unfortunately, I missed the iconic opening scene, which I really would have liked to see, but many of the other scenes were really, really amazing.
I would give this an A+, but since this is more of a review of the event, I will not consider it eligible.
Big Tuna's Rating: A
How Did I Watch It?: In theaters at a special event.
Had I Seen It Before?: Yes.
Would I Watch It Again?: Absolutely.