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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 13B ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT Movie mag ic and more coming to Town Hall Theatre "The Bourne Legacy" continues with a new hero (Jeremy "Wimpy Kid" Greg Heffley hatches a plan to pretend he has a Renner) whose life-or-death stakes have been triggered by the In "People Like Us," Sam uncovers a secret that turns his entire job at a ritzy country club. events of the previous movies. Images courtesy Plumas Arts world upside down. "Magic Mike" plays Aug. 24behind the Bourne film se-estranged family, of the free world -- Quaid the screenplay), Antonio door; $10 in advance at - 26, Friday Sunday, at 7 ties, Tony Gilroy, takes the In the course of fulfilling teams up with a rebel fighter Banderas, Annette Bening,Plumas Arts in Quincy and p.m. helm in the next chapter of his father's last wishes, Sam (Jessica Biel) tofind the head Elliott Gould and Steve Millworks Caf in Graeagle. Set in the world of male the hugely popular espionage uncovers a secret that turns of the underground resis- Coogan. Tickets are also available on- strippers, Magic Mike is di- franchise that has earned his entire world upside down: tance (Bill Nighy). The line This 104-minute film is rat- line at rected by Steven Soderbergh nearly $1 billion at the global He has a 30-year-old sister between fantasy and reality ed R for language, including and stars Channing Tatum box office: "The Bourne Frankie whom he never becomes blurred and the fate some sexual references, and The Town Hall Theatre ("Dear John," "Step Up") in a Legacy." The writer/director knew about (Elizabeth of his worldhangs in the bal- for some drug use. has also booked "The story inspired by his real life. expands the Bourne universe Banks). As their relationship ance. Campaign." Sept. 14 - 16; The film follows Mike created by Robert Ludlum develops, Sam is forced to re- This llS-minute sci-fi, ac- sparks "Beast Of The Southern (Tatum) as he takes a young with an original story to in- think everything he thought tion film is rated PG-13 for in- Wild," Sept. 16 -18; "rata- dancer called The Kid (Alex troduce a new hero (Jeremyhe knew about this familytense sequences of sci-fi vio- Wild and Scenic Film Festnorman," .Sept. 21 - 23; and Pettyfer) under his wing and Rennet) whose life-or-death and re-examine his own life lence and action, some sexual plays onenight only: Wednes- "Hope Springs," Sept. 30 - schools him in the fine arts of stakes have been triggered by choices in the process, content, brief nudity, andday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2. partying, picking up women the events of the first three This ll5-minute dramatic language. South Yuba River CitizensFor an up-to-date listing and making easy money, films, comedy is rated PG-13 for lan- League's Wild and Scenic En- of upcoming films, visit This ll0-minute dramatic The all-star cast of this guage, some drug use and vironmental Film Festivalthe Town Hall Theatre web- comedy is rated R for perva- well-reviewed film also in- brief sexuality. "Ruby Sparks" plays Sept. 9 On Tour brings 13 films from site at, sive sexual content, brief cludes Rachel Weisz, Edward - 11 at 4 p.m Sunday and 7 the three-day Wild and call the movie line at 283- graphic nudity, language and Norton, Albert Finney, Joan p.m. Monday and Tuesday Scenic Environmental Film1140, pick up a monthly some druguse. Allen, Scott Glenn and Stacy Total Recallplays Sept. 7-9 In an effort to conquer his Festival in Nevada City. schedule at the theatre box Keach. at 7 p.m Friday- Sunday writer's block, a young novel- Showing includes films, Sier- office or check weekly ads in This 135-minute action film This, futuristic action-ad- ist -- who's having trouble ra Nevada beer and drawing Feather Publishing "Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: is rated PG-13 for violence venture was.inspired by the duplicating the success of his prizes. The Feather River Co- newspapers. Dog Days" playsAug. 26- 28 and action sequences, hit 1990 film based on the earlier work-- jots down all ordinated Resource Manage- Plumas County's only at 4 p.m Sunday and 7 p.m. short story "We Can Remem- the attributes of his dream ment group (Plumas Corpora- movie theatre is kept alive Monday and Tuesday. ber It For You Wholesale" by girl. Things get weird when tion), Plumas Arts and Trout under the management of During his summer vaca- "People Like Us"plays Sept. Philip K. Dick. Factory drone she suddenly comes to life. Unlimited-Feather River Plumas Arts. To learn more, tion, "Wimpy Kid" Greg Hef- 2 - 4 at 4 p.m Sunday and 7 Doug Quaid (Colin Farrell) This critically acclaimedChapter are proud to co-host about how to support this fley, the hero of the phenom : p m. Monday and Tuesday suspects that he's actually an film features an all-star cast this i tb O4g jal e,e nt at he. community cultural organi- nally successful book series, Chris Pine (Star Trek) is elite spy whose memory has that includes Paul Dano and Town HallTheatre zation, checkthe website at hatches a plan to pretend he Sam, a 20-something, fast-been wiped clean. However, Zoe Kazan (who also wroteTicket prices: $12 at has a job at a ritzy country talking salesman whose lat- he's not sure which of the club which fails to keep him est deal collapses on the day world's warring superpowers away from the season's dog he learns that his fatherhe's working for. Steve Tolen Community Appreciation Weekend days, including embarrassing has suddenly died. Reluctant- Finding himself on the run mishaps at a public pool and ly, Sam is called home to put from the police -- controlled Sa e the date! Come out and join us in showing Steve Tolen a camping trip that goes hor- his father's estate in order by Chancellor Cohaagen bow much he is appreciated for all he does for the people of Plumas ribly wrong, and reconnect -with his (Bryan Cranston), the leader County. We bave a weekend full of eventl planned. This 94-minute family com- edy is rated PGfor some rude Fciday, September 7: Quincy High School football team is dedicating the game to humor, diaryofawimpy Steve and the 50/50 raffle monies are being donated to the Tolen benefit. "The Bourne Legacy" plays Aug. 31, and Sept. 1 - 2 at 7 p.m Friday - Sunday. The narrative architect Democrats to meet tomorrow Interested members of the public are invited to join the Plumas County Democratic Committee Thursday, Aug. 23, at Democratic headquar- ters, 567 Lawrence St. in Quincy. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. In addition to planning campaign events for the up- coming general election, members who have attended recent discussion groups on protecting Medicare, econom- ic development and preserva- tion of the middle class will present reports. For more information, con- tact Susan Christensen at 283- 2424. COMING SOON: THE BOURNE LEGACY Our community benefits from it! TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents MAGIC MIKE Fri Aug. 24 - Sun Aug. 26 Sun 4pm Showing only Rated R 110 min. Dramatic Comedy Set in the world of male strippers, Magic Mike is directed by Steven Soderbergh and stars Channing Tatum (Dear John, Step Up) in a story inspired by his real life. The film follows Mike (Tatum) as he takes a young dancer called The Kid (Pettyfer) under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women, and making easy money. DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: DOG DAYS Sun Aug. 26 - Tues Aug. 28 7pm Showing only Rated PG 94 min. Family/Comedy During his summer vacation, 'Wimpy Kid' Greg Heffiey, the hero of the phenomenally successful book series, hatches a plan to pretend he has a job at a ritzy country club which fails to keep him away from the season's dog days, including embarrassing mishaps at a public pool and a camping trip that goes horribly wrong~ Showtime: 7pm Sunday Matinee 4pm TOIJJH HALL THEATRE Visit us Adults i ~7.00 Students & " Seniors ~.00 Children '5.00 283-1140 469 Main St Quincy, CA at Saturday, September 8, 5:00 p.m.: Feather River College Football donating the proceeds from their 50/50 raffle to the Tolen Benefit. team is Saturday, September 8 & Sunday, September 9: The Plumas County Sheriff's Employees Association 1st annual two-day softball tournament. All proceeds for the tournament are going to the Tolen benefit. Anyone interested in organizing a team can contact Renee at: or stop by the Sheriff's Office for a team packet. Sunday, September 9, 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Fairgrounds in Quincy -- BENEFIT DAY. We have many fun events planned the day, including a tri-tip dinner, wine tasting, a dunk tank, music from the Kepple family and other local musicians, and much more. There will be hundreds of raffle items being donated by people and business from all over Northern California and the highlight of the day will be an auction for some amazing items. We have pre-sale 50/50 raffle tickets available and also being sold at Plumas Bank, Carey Candy Company, Plumas Motor Supply/Radio Shack, Sheriff's Office & Quincy Fire Department in Quincy. For more information find us on Facebook at: Steve Tolen Community Appreciation Benefit. 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