THE SISTERS BROTHERS MOVIE PASS GIVEAWAY

COMINGREELSOON.COM HAS 5 ADMIT 2 (REGULAR SHOWING) MOVIE PASSES

Total Winners: 5

Prizes: 5 admit 2 regular showing movie passes. The tickets will be valid at participating Detroit area AMC Theatres starting Monday Oct 15th

Giveaway Rules: To win passes, you must post the craziest story of you and your sibling. The winners will be chosen based who our team feels has posted the craziest story by the deadline.   If YOU SEE “(CLOSED)” IN THE POST TITLE, THIS GIVEAWAY IS NO-LONGER AVAILABLE.

Post Deadline: October 11th

Synopsis: From acclaimed director Jacques Audiard (Rust and BoneA Prophet), and based on the novel by Patrick deWitt, THE SISTERS BROTHERS is a reimagining of the cinematic Western as a dangerous, witty, and emotionally cathartic exploration of what it means to be a man.

It is 1851, and Charlie and Eli Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly) are both brothers and assassins, boys grown to men in a savage and hostile world. They have blood on their hands: that of criminals, that of innocents…and they know no state of existence other than being gunmen. The older of the two, introspective Eli (Reilly) rides hard with his younger sibling yet dares to dream of a normal life. The younger of the two, hard-drinking Charlie (Phoenix) has taken charge with gusto as lead man on the duo’s assignments. Each increasingly questions, and quibbles with, the other’s methods.

The Sisters brothers find themselves on a journey through the Northwest, bringing them to the mountains of Oregon, a dangerous brothel in the small town of Mayfield, and eventually, the Gold Rush land of California – a journey that will test the deadly family ties that bind. But, can it also be the path to rediscovering what remains of their humanity?

THE SISTERS BROTHERS also stars Jake Gyllenhaal as learned scout John Morris, and Riz Ahmed as fugitive chemist Hermann Kermit Warm.

5 Responses to “THE SISTERS BROTHERS MOVIE PASS GIVEAWAY”

  1. TOBY SCHLUSSEL says:

    My sibling and I dressed up as men and crashed a boys only get together. We really fooled everyone. No one suspected that we were girls and we had a great time.

  2. Sean McGee says:

    There is a seven year difference between my younger sister and me. When I was older, my parents would occasionally ask me to babysit my sister when they had plans to go out to dinner. My sister would constantly bother me when I was trying to play my Gameboy, even though she had plenty of her own toys; especially with my parents being gone. She loved to play hide-and-go-seek, so we decided to play a game. Sometimes to just get her off of my back, I would tell her to hide while I pretended to seek her out. She thought she was very good at this game, because I couldn’t find her. One time while playing the game, I forgot we were even playing. My parents came home and asked where she was. I had no idea, I hadn’t seen her or paid her any mind for hours (I thought she was playing in her room). We searched all over the house for nearly 30 minutes and finally found her. She was found in her old baby bassinet, asleep, with all of her stuffed animals; like the scene from E.T. We had looked there previously, but could not tell she was in there. Needless to say, I got in major trouble with my parents.

  3. Anita says:

    This is not a funny story, but it sure is crazy. My ex husband died suddenly in 2015 – August 30. Two weeks later, as my mom was staying with our children struggling with grief, she left and went home, leaving me to leave them most of the time since I left for work at 5am but was home by 430pm most days. I got a call my mom had been with my brother’s girlfriend and she was taken to the doctor first and then when she could not speak, taken to ER. She suffered strokes and ultimately became paralyzed on right side and global aphasia- inability to put her thoughts into words. My brother took POA over her and on Christmas, sent someone over with eviction papers to evict my kids and I from our home of 12 years, which was purchased by my deceased father. Not being on the deed, we were. It’s crazy because at a time when needing love and support from everyone, they turned around and did the opposite.

  4. Sister Brother’s…. Here’s my funny story. My sister and I were downstairs playing Cowboys and Indians. I always had to be the Indian. She put a rope around my neck (I was 5) threw it over the rafters and tried to hang me. My oldest sister heard me thrashing and came to save the day. Here I am now waiting to see this great and funny movie.

  5. Nicole Miller says:

    I wanted to go to boys club with my brothers. My dad said it was only for boys, so I cut all my hair off and my youngest brother dressed me in his clothes. But my dad did not go for it and my mom nearly passed out.

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