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The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • Deep Rising - Imagine "Ti- tanic" combined with "Alien." That's what you'll get when you go to see "Deep Rising," which stars Treat Williams as a smuggler hired to transport a group of mer- cenaries and their cargo of guns. Along the way, Williams and his entourage encounter a deserted cruise ship inhabited by a gargan- tuan sea monster. Rated R. • Desperate Measures - In a life-and-death struggle, a San Francisco cop (Andy Garcia) must find a bone marrow transplant donor for his gravely ill son. The sole owner of the DNA match is a psychotic killer on death row (Michael Keaton). Rated R. • Great Expectations - In this era of great novels-turned-motion- pictures, director Alfonso Cuaron's updated version features Ethan Hawke ("Before Sunrise" and "Gattaca") as a starving artist who falls into great wealth from an unknown benefactor. Gwyneth Paltrow ("Emma") stars as Hawke's love interest. Rated R. • • Phantoms - Chill master Dean Koontz' novel of the same name provides the story line for this m. Rated R. • Spice World - No, it's not a typo. The flavorful European beauties that took the MTV world by storm are now starring in their own movie. The sassy quintet dons go-go boots and microminis while demonstrating its "girl pow- er" to save the planet. Rated PG. • Hard Rain - Christian Slater is pitted against hardcore bad guys Morgan Freeman and a bald Randy Quaid in a soggy battle for millions of dollars, which Slater's character cleverly conceals in a cemetery. Rated R. • Half-Baked - The title says it all. A comedy featuring half- baked characters and an equally • half-baked plot, the movie may have a sbetflife less than its on- screen contemporaries. Rated R. • Amistad - The controversial drama about an 1839 mutiny aboard a Spanish slave ship, "Amistad" is directed by Steven Spielberg. The movie stars Mor- gan Freeman, Matthew Mc- Conaughey, Anthony Hopkins, Nigel Hawthorne and newcomer Djimon Hounsou. To make it even more interesting, Spielberg shot some of the film's footage in Delaware. Rated R. • Wag the Dog. Caught in a sticky situation only days before the election, the president doesn't have high hopes of spending an- other term in office. That's before one of his advisors, played by Robert DeNiro, contacts Holly- wood producer (Dustin Hoffman) and produces a fictitious war in Albania that the president brings to an heroic ending. Rated R. • Good Will Hunting - The most gifted person at MIT is jani- tor Will Hunting, played by Matt Damon. With the help of two strangers, a nutty professor (Robin Williams) and a med student (Minnie Driver), he has aspira- tions of greatness. In order to achieve his dreams, he's forced to turn his back on his best friend and his neighborhood. Rated R. • As Good As It Gets - As an obsessive-compulsive writer, a CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 - 57 single mother/waitress and a gay artist, Golden Globe winners Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt team with Grog Kinnear ("Dear God" and "Sabrina") to form an unlike- ly friendship. The three find their lives turned topsy-turvy because of a freak accident that leaves Nicholson's character with tom- porary custody of Kinnear's beloved pooch. The film is being revered as Nicholson's funniest role in years. Rated PG-13. • Titanic: Early predictions are pointing to this James Cameron- directed epic for an Oscar. The film, which already won a Golden Globe Award for Best Picture, stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Rated PG- 13. • Mouse Hunt: Imagine "Home Alone," only starring a furry little rodent. Tony award- winning actor Nathan Lane and wacky sidekick, British comedian Lee Evans, star in "Mouse Hunt." Rated PG. Cucina Italiana Est. 1976 Daffy Blackboard " pecials 'qL Weekends - Prime Rib First & Baltimore Ave. Rehoboth Beach OPEN WED - SAT Serving Dinner from 4:30 227-9255 FRIDAY OPEN AT 4:00 "SURF & TURF" SUNDAY IO-- • .Smor"burgI/paceBurgm Over 20 eomtntions, or create your own. , Prkm mr at on/ ..SO "Shrimp" Bioody Mary or Mtmosa, only $2.00 UPCOMING ENTERTAINMENT Feb. 13 & 14 JOHN FAHRES OPEN THURS. - SUN. 11:30 AM - 1:00 AM SERVING A FULL LUNCH AND DINNER MENU MENU SPECIALIZING IN: Fresh Fish, No Filler Crab Cakes, Char-Gnlled 8urgers & Steaks, Sand- wk:hes & Seafood Potato Skins, & More (Hot Cold), Homeo Soups '"Your Ticket To A b Perfect Evening" Located just steps from: Atlantic Theaters" Midway Palace Multi Theater Prompt, courteous service, delicious food and a friendly atmosphere. Lunch Specials 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.. Mon.-Fri. Pasta Of The Day - $5 Manicotti Of The Day - $6 2 Dinner Favorites Jumbo Maryland Lump Crabmeat w/our House Specialty Red Sauce Pasta Dinner for 4 Over 75 Selections Of Wine 40 Served By The Glass 644-9005 Midway Shopping Plaza • Rehoboth • Route One Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.