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The following movies are now playing in the resort area: Grease - Just when you thought you had Olivia Newton- John's teary "Hopelessly Devoted to You" out of your head for good, the movie returns to the big screen. The musical tribute to the fab '50s, now celebrating its 20th anniversary, will take you back to Rydell High with its all-star cast, including Stockard Channing, John Travolta, Jeff Conaway, Eve Arden and Sid Caesar. Rated PG. Meet the Deedles - Two spoiled Aussie teens are shipped off to a summer camp but decide to set out on their own. A combi- nation of high-school humor and slapstick antics make this flick a sure-fire best bet among the younger set. It's no wonder, since the script was written by Jim Herzfeld, wfib tso penned Fox's "Married With Children." Rated PG. The Newton Boys - Matthew McConaughey leads a Depres- sion-era gang of thieves who pull off bank robberies. McConaugh- ey's leading lady is portrayed by "ER" beauty Julianna Margulies. His fellow hunky co-horts include Ethan Hawke and Skeet Ulrich. Rated R. Primary Colors - Director Mike Nichols leads a cast of tal- ented actors, including Emma Thompson, John Travolta, Kathy Bates and Billy Bob Thornton, in this screen adaptation of "Newsweek" reporter Joe Klein's politically charged book. Thomp- son turns in a strong performance as the first lady, while many have said Travolta may even make a better Clinton than Clinton. Rated R. Wild Things - A provocative thriller starring Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Bill Murray and Theresa Russell, it's certain that "Wild Things" will heat up the late-winter screen considerably. Dillon is a high school counselor who's wrongly accused of a crime, while Bacon is a cop "wal- lowing through the Florida swamps in search of the truth. 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 be- yond the clutches of the iron mask. Rated PG- 13. 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. 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. The critically acclaimed film features full-frontal humor and a '70s-inspired soundtrack .to boot. 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 Sandier ("Hap- py Gilbert") in the title 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. Williams picked up an Academy Award for "Best Supporting Actor," while Damon and Affleck won an Oscar for "Original Screenplay." Rated. R. As Good As It Gets - As an obsessive-compulsive writer, a single mother/waitress and a gay artist, Academy Award winners Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt team with Greg Kinnear ("Dear God" and "Sabrina") to form an unlikely friendship. The three find their lives turned topsy-turvy because of an incident that leaves Nicholson's character with tem- porary custody of Kinnear's beloved pooch. Rated PG- 13. Titanic: Director James Cameron, leading lady Kate Winslet and supporting actress Gloria Stuart (making a stellar comeback from her days as a star- let of '40s films) each earned Os- car nominations for this whale- sized "Best Picture" Oscar win- ner. Of course, we'd he remiss not to mention the leading man, Leonardo DiCaprio, who makes this an unsinkable best bet at the box office. Rated PG- 13. BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER Find out what's happening in the Cape Region Subscribe today by calling 645-7700 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 - 69 Prime Hook Visitor's Center opens weekends The Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge Visitor's Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., every Saturday and Sunday, according to George F. O'Shea, assistant manager of the refuge. The new center will be staffed by volunteers, enabling visitors access to the office and wildlife display areas, previously closed on those days. The center will remain closed on holidays, but restroom facilities are al- ways open to the public during daylight hours. The usual center weekday hours, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., will remain the same. There will be an orientation meetingfor anyone wshing to volunteer at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 4. For more information on volunteering, contact Joyce W. Lindsay at 684-8419. 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