Large screen TVs and full-line DVD services have liberated movie lovers from fear of parking and stale pop-corn. Across the country, movie lovers are staying in and creating their own version of book clubs -- but without the homework. "The Movie Lovers' Club -- the only guide for movie nights with friends -- motivates readers to form their own Lovers' Club Clubs to explore the more than 100 excellent film suggestions, summaries, critical reviews, and insider anecdotes. Author Cathleen Rountree offers a year's worth of must-see classic, contemporary, independent, and foreign films and provocative discussion questions to keep the cinematic conversation lively. With everything readers need to know to start a Movie Lovers' Club, the book's selections run the gamut and include powerful films such as "To Kill a Mockingbird, Henry and June, and "Real Women Have Curves. Whether a political group, girls' night out party, or indie film devotee, movie watching reaches new depths with ideas on where, when, and how to launch a film group.