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Movie changes at The Columbian start Friday

Starting this Friday The Columbian Theater will be showing 'The Breakup' and 'X-Men 3', both rated PG-13. The Breakup is the early movie starting at 6 and X-Men the late movie, starting at 8 nightly.
'The Breakup' stars Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston. 'The Breakup' is rated PG-13 and will play nightly at 6 pm and Sunday at 2 pm only.

Synopsis - Pushed to the breaking-point after their latest, "why can't youdo this one little thing for me?" argument, art dealer Brooke calls it quitswith her boyfriend, Gary, who hosts bus tours of Chicago. What follows is aseries of remedies, war tactics, overtures and underminings suggested by theformer couple's friends, confidantes and the occasional total stranger. Whenneither ex is willing to move out of the condo they used to share, the onlysolution is to continue living as hostile roommates until somebody caves.But somewhere between protesting the pool table in the living room, thedirty clothes stacked in the kitchen cupboards and the sports played atsleep-killing volume in the middle of the night, Brooke begins to realizethat what she may be really fighting for isn't so much the place but theperson.

Also starting this Friday at the Columbian Theatre we have 'X-Men 3'.'X-Men 3' will play nightly at 8 pm and Sun. at 4 pm only. 'X-Men 3' israted PG-13 and stars Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, IanMcKellen, and Famke Janssen.

Synopsis - A "cure" for mutancy threatens to alter the course of history.For the first time, mutants have a choice: retain their uniqueness, thoughit isolates and alienates them, or give up their powers and become human.The opposing viewpoints of mutant leaders Charles Xavier, who preachestolerance, and Magneto, who believes in the survival of the fittest, are putto the ultimate test--triggering the war to end all wars

Don't forget that Tuesday is Bargain Night whereadmission is $2.50 for everyone. For more information, click on the ShowMe Guide logo in the top right corner of the homepage and then on The Columbian Theater.

Nathan Compton

This story was posted on 2006-06-21 22:14:15
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