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The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • Mulan - The latest Disney an- imated feature about Mulan, a Chinese girl who answers her ail- ing father&apos;s draft notice and be- comes a warrior against the Hun hordes. Rated G. • The X-Files: Fight the Fu- ture - Mulder and Scully bring their TV roles to the big screen, taking "The Truth's Out There" to a new level. The top-secret FBI plot also includes Martin Landau, Blythe Danner and Armin Mueller-Stahl. Check out the Web site at <www. foxmovies.com>. Rated PG- 13. • The Butcher Boy - After his family falls apart and the lady next door condemns the house- hold, an Irish youngster goes just a little mad. An interesting lineup of characters for this film includes bad-girl crooner Sinead O'Con- nor, Stephen Rea, Eamonn Owens, Aisling O'Sullivan and Fiona Shaw. Rated R. • Can't Hardly Wait - Jennifer Love Hewitt, of "Party of Five" fame, is a teen heartthrob and it's the high school party-of-a-life- time. Before dawn, there'li be many secrets exposed and many a heart broken. Also features Lau- ren Ambrose and Ethan Embry. Rated PG- 13. • Six Days, Seven Nights - Anne Heche is a bigtime maga- zine editor who hires pilot Harri- son Ford to take her in pursuit of a giant scoop. Her plans are foiled when a crash and an ensuing ro- mance get in the way. Rated R. • Dirty Work - A couple of losers decide they can make a pretty good living becoming avengers-for-hire. Stars Norm Macdonald, Chevy Chase and Don Rickles. Rated PG- 13. • A Perfect Murder - A re- make of Hitchcock's classic, "Di- al M for Murder," this version fea- tures Michael Douglas as a hus- band who arranges for the murder of his wife (Gwyneth Paltrow). Rated R. • The Truman Show - Touted as the "Forrest Gump" of '98, "The Truman Show" stars Jim Carrey as the title character, who is the unwitting subject of a televi- sion documentary that catches every aspect of his life. Rated PG. • Hope Floats - After she's • publicly dissed by her husband on a nationally syndicated talk show, single room Sandra Bullock re- turns to her rural roots with her young daughter and falls head over heels for former flame Harry Connick Jr. Rated PG-13. • Godzilla - The long-awaited debut of the mean, green movie monster stomps its way to local theaters. Matthew Broderick, Harry Shearer and Hank Azaria star in the TriStar Pictures-pro- duced remake-of-a-remake. Loy- al "Godzilla" fans will be the true judges if this king-sized, commer- cialized "leezard" can equal its big- and small-screen predeces- sors. Rated PG- 13. • The Horse Whisperer - Golden boy Robert Redford di- rects and stars in the screen adap- tation of Nicholas Evans' award- winning novel. Redford is a cow- boy who knows just what to whis- per to an unruly horse and its mar- ried owner (Kristin Scott Thomas). Sam Neill and Scarlett Johansson are also featured. Rat- ed PG-13. • Deep Impact - Robert Duvall and Morgan Freeman head up the cast of this thinking person's as- teroid disaster flick. Just in time for the summer movie rush, "Deep Impact" is based on the 1951 film "When Worlds Collide" and a 1932 Philip Wylie novel. Direct- ed by Mimi Leder, the science tic- tion/fantasy film also features Tea Leoni, Elijah Wood and Vanessa Redgrave. 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- let of '40s films) each earned Os- car nominations for this whale- sized "Best Picture" Oscar win- ner. Of course, we'd be remiss not to mention the leading man, Leonardo DiCaprio, who makes this an unsinkable best bet at the helm of the box office. Rated PG- 13. Located at 1st Street Station Rehoboth Avenue & First Street Rehoboth Beach Only 1 block off the Boardwalk --featuring -- a Great Selection of Hot Sauces, lancaster County Famous Beef Jerky, Amish-made Jellies, Jams and Fixings  satisfy your wildest tastes! (302) 226-2650 or 1-84],1)4505-5676 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998. 81 OPEN DALLY FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER F00ighthouse estaurant AND THE DRAWBRIDGE BAR At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Open 6:30 a.m. Mon. - Fri. • 6 a.m. Sat. b Sun. Close 9 p.m. Sun. - Thurs. • 9:30 Fri. b Sat. Dine overlooking the Lewes waterfront and fishing fleet. also on Sunday, 5 p.m. - 7p.m. 010000el Sar00etB Lewes's Youngest Rock n' Roll Band WWWWWW li RE WWWW WW RUI Receive a FREE cruise ticket with every adult g entre6 ordered between 4 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. nightly. Cruise leaves Fisherman's Wharf at 7 p.m. and lasts 1 1/2 hours. Includes a historical narration of  Lewes Canal and Delaware Breakwater area.  *****Jr******* THE BEST VIEW IN LEWES!