Nuggets From The Nugget: 1/14-20

 

Storeposter Littlefockers_smalltitle The Nugget Theatre in beautiful downtown Telluride has one movie on the bill for the week of January 14-20, with the addition of locally produced "Scrapple" showing one time at 8:30 pm on Thursday, January 20. "Scrapple" is presented by the Telluride Historical Museum.

"Little Fockers" (PG13) is next week's movie. It features the same cast from the earlier two movies, "Meet the Family" and "Meet the Fockers" with the addition of twins in the young family. Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller as father-in-law and son-in-law, and their fraught relationship, are still the primary focus, despite the title.

"Scrapple" is Telluride. Men's Journal said: "SCRAPPLE is the ski-bum's version of EASY RIDER."

For movietimes, see below. For trailers and reviews, see the Nugget website.

Friday, January 14
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Saturday, January 15
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Sunday, January 16
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Monday, January 17
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Tuesday, January 18
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Wednesday, January 19
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13

Thursday, January 20
     6:00  Little Fockers       1hr 38min  PG-13
     8:30  Scrapple             presented by Telluride Historical Museum

The Nugget Theatre
Telluride Cinemas, Inc
207 West Colorado Avenue
PO Box 1721
Telluride, CO  81435
970.728.3030


 

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Clint Viebrock

Clint Viebrock

Clint is TIO’s Publisher and a staff writer. Clint first arrived in town in 1985 just to check out the views, spent most of his life as “CEO” of a giant business, a 747-400 airplane in the Northwest fleet. Since his retirement in 1998, Clint has taught for the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program.

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