Round up the Bronies and head to the Civic this weekend.
The most recent television iteration of these plastic figurines, Friendship is magic, has somehow spawned a cult following; my daughter sure loved them. But aside from that, the series even inspired grown men into fandom – check out the doc Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony. Finally getting its big screen props, My Little Pony: The Movie, directed by and penned by a couple of veterans of the show, plays this weekend alongside, in perfect marriage, the drug fueled adventures of Barry Seal featured in American Made.
Deconstructing Dinner Film Fest kicks off with a screening of Milk at 6:30 on Wed. Nov 1. Visit the Deconstructing Dinner Festival site for details here.
A true ‘art’ house film, this first ever oil painted animated film, Loving Vincent, plays as our Thursday Movie. Each of the film’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on canvas, using the same technique as Van Gogh, created by a team of 115 painters. Wow!
Coming next: Victoria and Abdul, Only the Brave, Deconstructing Dinner, Drop Everything, Young Men and The Florida Project
My Little Pony Movie (G)
Friday 27, October @ 6:45 PM
Saturday 28, October @ 6:45 PM
Sunday 29, October @ 2:00 PM
American Made (14A)
Friday 27, October @ 8:45 PM
Saturday 28, October @ 8:45 PM
Sunday 29, October @ 6:45 PM
Tuesday 31, October @ 7:30 PM
4th Annual Zombie Walk – Dawn of the Dead (’78) – by donation community screening
Saturday 28, October @ 1pm – Zombie make-up at Reo’s video, 3pm – Zombies descend on the mall, 4pm – screening at The Civic
Suspiria 40th Anniversary Restoration (14A)
Monday 30, October @ 7:30 PM
Deconstructing Dinner – Milk
Wednesday 1, November @ 6:30 PM
Loving Vincent (PG)
Thursday 2, November @ 7:30 PM