With the new month comes a new lineup of showing at Brandon University’s Evans Theatre. And with the snow on the ground there’s no better time to stay indoors out of the cold and catch some cozy entertainment.
The Sisters Brothers will be having three showings beginning on November 9th at 7:30, another on the following day on the 10th at 7:30, with the last on the 11th also at 7:30. The Sisters Brothers is based on the novel by Canadian author Patrick deWitt. The story follows that of the assassin brothers Eli and Charlie Sisters as they pursue their target Hermann Kermit Warm, while dealing with Eli’s doubts about the wisdom in his chosen profession and the potential conflict of a counter offer by Hermann. This film is rated 14A for violence.
The Wife will be playing from November 16th to the 18th at 7:30 pm in the Evans Theatre. Based on the novel by the same name by bestselling author Meg Wolitzer, the story is that of the wife of to a soon to be noble prize winning writer who travels with her husband to Stockholm to receive his prize. Conflicts arise however as complexities in the relationship are revealed and the impact of gender is revealed upon the Wife’s own literary pursuits. The film is rated 14A for course language.
Lastly from November 30th till December 2nd at 7:30pm Beautiful Boy will be playing. Based on the memoirs of David Sheff and Nic Sheff, the film follows divorced father and journalist David Sheff as he struggles to reconnect and help his son who has become addicted to methamphetamine. The film stars Steve Carell as David Sheff and Timothée Chalamet as son Nic Sheff. The film is rated 14A for drug use.
All movie tickets are $6 cash only at the door.