Last week, in an effort to attract more members of the community, the BlueBell Film Society hosted a screening of Rush Hour. Held at the library, over thirty people were in attendance. This was the Film Society’s biggest turnout in their eight-year tenure. Dash DeWitt, the president of the organization, told me exclusively that he was anti-showing Rush Hour but was outvoted 2-1. The BlueBell Film Society has been hosting movie nights every month for the past four years. However, their usual choices are typically more obscure than the Jackie Chan-Chris Tucker blockbuster. Mr. Dewitt promised that this was only a one time occurrence. Starting next month, the club will be back to showing their regular “high art film picks.” The October feature will be Ingmar Bergman’s Persona.