Nuggets From The Nugget: 2/4-10

 

Thedilemma_smallposter Truegrit_smallteaser The Nugget Theatre in beatiful downtown Telluride has two movies on the bill for the week of Friday, February 4 through Thursday, February 10, 2011.

"True Grit" (PG13) plays solo through Sunday. Nominated for a fistfull of Oscars, "True Grit" is a re-make of the John Wayne classic, starring Jeff Bridges in the role of Rooster Cogburn.

Joining the program from Monday through Thursday, it's "The Dilemna", (PG13), a buddy-flick about secrets: What do you do when you think your best bud's wife is foolin' around, but telling him may bust your important presentation and maybe sink your joint automobile design company?

See the Nugget website for trailers and reviews, and below for movietimes.

Friday, February 4
     5:00  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13
     7:30  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13

Saturday, February 5
     5:00  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13
    7:30  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13

Sunday, February 6
     7:00  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13

Monday, February 7
     5:00  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13
     7:30  The Dilemma       1hr 58min  PG-13

Tuesday, February 8
     5:00 The Dilemma       1hr 58min  PG-13
     7:30 True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13

Wednesday, February 9
     5:00  True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13
     7:30  The Dilemma       1hr 58min  PG-13

Thursday, February 10
     5:00 The Dilemma       1hr 58min  PG-13
     7:30 True Grit         1hr 50min  PG-13

Coming Soon: THE MECHANIC, I AM, I AM NUMBER FOUR, UNKOWN, BLACK SWAN, 127 HOURS, TFF presents THE RABBIT HOLE

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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