[Rampage poster]

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Rampage - 14A

Run time: 1 hour, 47 minutes

Warnings: Violence

Showing:
Thursday, May 24Late Show: 9:10 pm

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Summary: Primatologist Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) has raised George, an extraordinarily intelligent silverback gorilla, since he rescued him when the young ape was just two years of age. The two have developed a very close bond, with Davis teaching him sign language so they can communicate. When Davis brings people to meet him, George likes to play practical jokes on them, such as pretending to be vicious.

When George is infected by a serum, he grows larger and becomes unpredictable, as well as violent. Desperate to know what is happening to his friend, Davis connects with Dr. Kate Caldwell (Naomie Harris), who tells him George must have undergone genetic editing, giving him increased speed and strength. To make matters worse, it's soon discovered that an alligator and a wolf have been similarly altered.

Davis and Kate discover that George has been experimented on by Claire Wyden (Malin Akerman) and a team of scientists for something called Project Rampage. As the animals descend on a city, destroying everything in sight, Davis and Kate risk their lives to try to find an antidote, not only to keep people from being hurt, but to save George's life.

A big screen adaptation of the beloved 1980s arcade game Rampage.

[I Feel Pretty poster]

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I Feel Pretty - PG

Run time: 1 hour, 50 minutes

Warnings: Not Recommended For Young Children, Language May Offend

Showing:
Thursday, May 24Showtime: 7 pm

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Summary: Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) works at a cosmetics company where she's constantly surrounded by beautiful people. Unfortunately, she feels a little average in comparison. That is, until she hits her head and wakes up thinking she's drop dead gorgeous.

While she struts her stuff, she looks the same to everyone else. But it doesn't matter because this newfound confidence earns her a better position at her job and the respect of her boss, Avery LeClair (Michelle Williams). It isn't until the "spell" wears off, though, that Renee realizes that beauty isn't just what can be seen on the outside.

[Tully poster]

Coming Soon

Tully - 14A

Run time: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Warnings: Coarse Language

Showing:
Friday, May 25Showtime: 7 pm
Saturday, May 26Late Show: 9:05 pm
Wednesday, May 30Showtime: 7 pm
Thursday, May 31Late Show: 9:05 pm

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Summary: Marlo (Charlize Theron) lives with her husband, two young children and a newborn baby. Even though she has a sympathetic husband, she's overwhelmed by the seemingly endless chores that go with being a wife and mother. When her brother suggests she get a nanny, she hesitates, not wanting to let a stranger into the house.

However, when it all seems to be getting the better of her, Marlo changes her mind. Tully (Mackenzie Davis), the nanny who arrives, turns out to be surprisingly warm and thoughtful, taking care not only of Marlo's children, but of Marlo too.

[Indian Horse poster]

Coming Soon

Indian Horse - 14A

Run time: 1 hour, 41 minutes

Warnings: Disturbing Content, Substance/Alcohol Abuse

Showing:
Friday, May 25Late Show: 9:05 pm
Saturday, May 26Showtime: 7 pm
Wednesday, May 30Late Show: 9:05 pm
Thursday, May 31Showtime: 7 pm

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Summary: Ontario, late 1950s. Young Native Canadian Saul Indian Horse (Sladen Peltier) is forcibly taken away from his loving Ojibway family at the age of seven and enrolled at a church-run residential school. At the strict and oppressive school, Saul is not allowed to speak his native language and all evidence of his indigenous heritage is removed. He experiences terrible abuse at the hands of the people who are supposed to take care of the children.

In spite of his harsh surroundings, Saul (Forrest Goodluck) develops an infinity for Canada's favorite sport — hockey. Not only does he secretly learn to play the game, but it quickly becomes clear that he has a rare talent for the sport. His talent is what gets him out of the miserable school and into a Northern Ontario native league, followed by a stint in the pro hockey league. But as an adult, Saul (Ajuawak Kapashesit) can't forget his painful past, which threatens to derail his promising career and future. In order to keep on the right path, Saul draws on the spirit of his ancestors to begin the process of healing.

Based on Richard Wagamese's award-winning novel, Indian Horse.

Announcements

A note about movie schedules. We run movies on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights until otherwise noted (eg. when we have a building rental). New movies will open on Fridays.

When bookings are confirmed we will announce them on this site with show times, on our Facebook page, with a poster at theatre, and usually on the Boissevain town sign.

About the Theatre

Boissevain Community Theatre is a community-owned, non-profit movie theatre and performing arts facility in Boissevain, Manitoba. It is managed by the Boissevain & Morton Theatre Committee: a volunteer board jointly established by the Town of Boissevain and the RM of Morton.

At our current location on Stephen Street, a movie theatre opened in 1955 as the Victoria Theatre having moved into a new building from its former location on South Railway Street. After closing in the early 1980s the facility was reopened as the Community Theatre on November 2, 1984 and continued on as both a cinema and live performance theatre.

Structural problems uncovered in 2009 led to the building being closed in May 2009 and substantially demolished in mid-2010. The construction of a replacement building began in Fall 2011, and the new Community Theatre held its grand opening on June 6, 2012. At the same time, a new digital cinema projection system was installed.

Our building project was been supported by local donations from individuals, businesses and organizations; grants from Manitoba Community Places Program, the Manitoba Community Services Council (Manitoba Lotteries), and the Southwest Regional Development Corporation; and major contributions from the municipal councils of Boissevain and Morton.

The Community Theatre continues to operate as a not-for-profit community service organization and tax-deductible donations are gratefully accepted through the Town of Boissevain.

Contact Us

Street Address
566 Stephen Street South
Boissevain, MB
Postal Address
PO Box 481
Boissevain, MB R0K 0E0
Canada
Email Address
mail@boissevaintheatre.ca
Telephone
+1-204-534-6855 (manager)
+1-204-534-7142 (theatre when open)