Nuggets From The Nugget: 1/28-2/3

 

Thevoyageofthedawntreader_smallposter Telluride's Nugget Theatre is showing "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" (PG) the week of Friday, January 28- Thursday, February 3. Based on the Narnia tales of C.S. Lewis, this time the entry point of the parallel universe is a painting, and the adventures of our young protagonists take place on the sailing vessel, The Dawn Treader.

Thefighter_smallteaser The second movie for the week is "The Fighter", (rated R), set in a gritty Lowell, Mass. in the 1990s. The movie tell the story of half brothers Micky Ward and Dickie Eklund in the fight game. Dickie is messed up on drugs, a has-been fighter training the younger Micky. Based on a true story, "The Fighter" earns its R rating on all counts, but both the critics and the audiences have praise for the movie.

See below for movie times and the Nugget website for reviews and trailers.

 

Friday, January 28
     5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Saturday, January 29
     5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Sunday, January 30
     5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Monday, January 31
    5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Tuesday, February 1
    5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Wednesday, February 2
          5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

Thursday, February 3
          5:00  Narnia                 1hr 52min  PG
     7:30  The Fighter         1hr 54min  R

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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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