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Movies The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • The Wings of the Dove - Based on Henry James' classic novel, a story of wealth and pas- sion starring Academy Award- nominee Helena Bonham Carter as an heiress who finds herself in a bizarre love triangle. Rated R. • The Man in the Iron Mask - Leonardo DiCaprio fans will de- light in this movie, in which the young "Titanic" heartthrob takes on two roles as twin kings. The pair of royal highnesses lead lives that will never be the same beyond the clutches of the Iron Mask. Rated PG- 13. • Hush - Jessica Lange stars as a mother-in-law-from-hell who plans to spoil the union of her son (newcomer Jonathan Darby) and his bride ("It" girl Gwyneth Pal- trow). Rated R. Happy Hour All Drinks 1/2 Price At The Bar 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. With Complimentary Hors d'oeuvres Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays • Twilight - A top-shelf cast of Oscar winners, including Gene Hackman, Susan Sarandon and Paul Newman, "Twilight" is filled with crooked characters and an equally crooked plot. Rated R. • U.S. Marshals - A spinoff from "The Fugitive," the latest in- stallment features Wesley Snipes in the Harrison Ford role, while Tommy Lee Jones reprises his shrewd character. The film also features the now-imprisoned Robert Downey Jr. Rated R. • Krippendorf's Tribe - Richard Dryfess plays an anthro- pologist who turns his family into a "lost" South American tribe in order to continue his government research grant. The movie stars comediennes Lily Tomlin and Jen- na Elfman (TV's "Dharma & Greg') and is based on the novel by Alan Parkin. Rated PG-13. • The Full Monty - An unem- ployed British steelworker needs to make some quick cash. Played by Robert Carlyle ("Trainspott- ting'), this industrious chap de- cides to take matters into his own hands by enlisting the help of his buddies and opening a male strip club. A clever comedy that has earned Academy Award nomina- tions for Best Picture and Best Di- rector, '`The Full Monty" features full-frontal humor (and a '70s-in- spired soundtrack to boot). • L.A. Confidential - Another nominee for "Best Picture," this drama - based on the book by ac- claimed crime novelist James Ell- roy - not only rescued "Batman" bombshell Kim Basinger from a mediocre film dry spell (and also earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress), but merited a rerelease at many cine- mas. Set in Hollywood 1950, "L.A. Confidential" depicts a time in which bad cops and celebrity secrets rule the day. The cast also includes Danny DeVito, Kevin Spacey, James Cromwell, Guy Pearce and Russell Crowe. Rated R. • The Wedding Singer - For those who never tire of the "Chicken Dance" or jamming out to Kool & the Gang's "Celebra- tion," there's this film, which stars funny man Adam Sander ("Hap- py Gilbert") in the tide role and Drew Barrymore ("Scream") as his dippy waitress sidekick. Rated PG-13. • 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. Damon co- wrote the screenplay with best friend Ben Affleck. The pair re- cently won a Golden Globe award for their efforts, and are up for several Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Damon), Best Director (Gus Van Sant), Best Supporting Actor (Williams) and Best Supporting Actress (Driver). Rated R. • As Good As It Gets - As an obsessive-compulsive writer, a single mother/waitress and a gay artist, Golden Globe winners Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt team with Greg Kinnear ("Dear God" and "Sabrina") to form an unlike- ly friendship. The three find their lives turned topsy-turvy because of an incident that leaves Nichol- son's character with temporary custody of Kinnear's beloved pooch. Nicolson and Hunt may score Oscars for their roles, as well as Best Supporting Actor nominee Kinnear. Rated PG- 13. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 - 75 let of '40s films) have all earned Oscar nominations for this whale- sized Best Picture nominee. Of course, we'd be remiss not to mention the leading man, Leonar- do DiCaprio, who makes this an unsinkable best bet at the helm of the box office. Rated PC-13. • Senseless: Marion Wayans is a desperate college student who tries to keep his poor family afloat by undertaking a high-paying medical experiment that no one else will dare try. Also features an appearance by N.Y. Knicks' Patrick Ewing. Rated R. Titanic: Director James Cameron, leading lady Kate Winslet and supporting actress Gloria Stuart (making a stellar comeback from her days as a star- 111 • ort=caeu I I I  12713 Rehoboth Mews /11 P.ehobeth Beach /1 I \\; 302-227-7sa0 //I - ii|n at the New Dewn Inn Restaurant • Bar • 'ie 14.95 Full Course Prix Fixe Dinners [ .Nightly. From :5-6:30 [ Lunch 11-2:30 Dinner from5 Sunday brunch 10:30-2:30 Closed Mondays | 142 Second Street in Historic Downtown Lewes. 645-7755 ) A Grace, Sophistication and Unparalleled Oceanfront Dining. Wide Selection of Appetizing Cuisine Prepared with Expertise and Finesse Served by a Professionally Trained Staff. WHTIP. IT'S B RFr,FST, LUNCH, AFIRNOON TEA oR X PRIVATE PARTY, FoR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION VICTORIANS IS THE PLACE TO GO. VICTORIANS SUNDAY BRUNCH IS A SELECTION OF FINE FOODS AND Qumrrr SERvicE 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. Reservat/om Sudlested Where the only thing we overlook is the In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615