I went to see Brooklyn one afternoon two weeks ago because I had a day off. It was a little different, because if I go to see a movie it's generally at night, and always with someone else. When I got to the cineplex, the ticket counter was closed so I purchased my ticket from one of the kiosks. To my confusion, the ticket which was printed out wasn't for Brooklyn, but for The Revenant. I was not amused. I'm not a Leo Dicaprio fan, and don't like uber-violent films, so this was not something which I'd actually pay to see. Upon closer examination, I realized something else even weirder: the ticket was dated for the evening showing of the previous day! How does that even happen? I showed the ticket to one of the attendants, and she took it and told me to go on in to Brooklyn, saying "No problem- it happens all the time at the kiosks." Does it? I've bought tickets at them before without incident... and if it is a recurring problem, shouldn't they fix it? Oh well, as long as I get in to see what I actually want to see, I suppose it doesn't matter. And I know that I had a much better time watching Brooklyn than I would have had watching a hairy Leonardo Dicaprio getting mauled by an even hairier bear.