“Walk the Red Carpet with the new Cadillac ATS at Argo Screening in NY Thursday, October 11, 2012

Join us for a high-performance night at the movies courtesy of the Cadillac ATS. Indulge in drinks, hors d’oeuvres and red carpet mingling.`”

The above invitation was extended to me from KLOUT.
It proved to be a perfect NYC night, thank you Klout! I don’t feel I can write as good a review of the movie as **Rolling Stone Magazine so I have provided one from Peter Travers below. Why reinvent the wheel! I can say, being the type of girl I am, I didn’t think the movie would be the highlight, I was more interested in socializing 😉 but I was wrong! The movie was exciting, held my interest in a edge of the seat kind of way, and a story worth sharing. The type of story where everyone cheers at the end!
Without any hesitation I can tell you about how much fun we had at this event! We were greeted by Cadillac, photographed with their new ATS and XTS and invited to sit in the cars to get the whole experience. They really are luxurious –  my favorite part being the HUGE display screen for your GPS etc.
We went upstairs for drinks and appys, both of which were delicious  They had themed drinks, very clever, and really good food!
There was a nicely mixed crowd, including some of the NY usuals that you see everywhere you go! I did get to network too, which is what us bloggers live for! To meet our peers that we know cyber-ly but not in person! And yes, the shoes! Always love to find my fav pair of the night to share with you!
So, here come the pics!



My Spiked Ballet Flat

I like.



October 11, 2012
Just so we’re straight, Ben Affleck doesn’t merely direct Argo, he directs the hell out of it, nailing the quickening pace, the wayward humor, the nerve-frying suspense. Hold off on the sniping. I didn’t say Affleck was the next Hitchcock. I’m saying job well done. Argo takes Matt Damon’s BFF out of his native Boston, where his first two directing jobs were set (Gone Baby GoneThe Town), and zaps him onto a global stage, namely the 1979 Iran hostage crisis that saw 52 Americans held captive for 444 days. Affleck does himself proud, detailing the attack on the American Embassy in Tehran by Islamic student militants and the plight of six U.S. embassy staffers who escaped but needed help to get out alive. Argo is a ferociously exciting thriller. Yes, it’s based on fact. Yes, that’s Hollywood code for truth-stretching. But, no, you shouldn’t be that worried.Read more: **

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