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The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • Conspiracy Theory - Imag- ine a world in which everything you fear comes true. That's what happens for Mel Gibson in this drama, which also stars "Pretty Woman" Julia Roberts. Rated PG-13. • Free Willy: Part 3 - The continuing saga of the killer whale whose livelihood keeps getting threatened by unforeseen circum- stances. A good movie for all ages that'll leave you smiling. Rated PG. • Spawn - The infamous comic book character "Spawn" is fea- tured in this full-length film, which pits the lead role opposite the evil "Clown." Rated PG-13. • 187 - Samuel L. Jackson stars as a Brooklyn high school teacher struggling to work within a sys- tem Where the pursuit of an educa- tion sometimes takes the back seat to the ongoing battle to stay alive. Rated R. • Air Force One - Harrison Ford stars as the President oppo- site Big Screen veep Glenn Close. The Head of State's aircraft is high-jacked, sending the cast and audience reeling on an adventur- ous plot. Rated R. • Good Burger - A clever yarn of small fries versus the big busi- ness, this comedy stars newcom- ers Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson as fast-food employees destined to serve up laughter. Rated PG. • George of the Jungle - Watch out for that movie! Er, I mean, tree! Yes, the on-screen version of a modern day "George" is currently in theaters. John Cleese takes on a peculiar role as George's best friend, Ape, who has a distinctive English accent. Rated PG. • Contact - Academy Award- winning actress Jodi Foster stars in this drama, directed by Oscar- winner Robert Zemetkis ("Forrest Gump"). Foster's character is so desperate to prove that there's life on other planets that she dares to make "Contact." Rated PG- 13. • Men in Black - More power- ful than the police, FBI and the "X-Files" all wrapped together, two special agents Will Smith ("Independence Day") and Tom- my Lee Jones ("The Fugitive") team up to fight intergalactic aliens posing as humans. Rated PG-13. • Picture Perfect - Jennifer Aniston of "Friends" fame stars in this romantic comedy about want- ing true love and what it takes to get it. Also features Kevin Bacon. Rated PG- 13. • Air Bud - Can a golden re- triever actually have NBA talent? Disney makes it happen. Just watch him dribble. Rated PG. • Face-Off - John Travolta has plastic surgery to make himself look just like Nicholas Cage ("Leaving Las Vegas," "Con Air). You won't know who's who in this white-knuckled action/adven- ture. Rated R. • My Best Friend's Wedding - Responding to her fans' ardent pleas for another romantic come- dy, pretty woman Julia Roberts stars as a cynical food critic des- perate to break up her best friend/love interest (played by Dylan McDermott) and his yuppie fianc6e (played by Cameron Di- az). Rated PG- 13. • Nothing to Lose - Comedy which stars Martin Lawrence and Tim Robbins. One has no job, the other has no life. Together, they have nothing to lose. Rated R. Also showing outside of the re- sort area, at the Diamond State Drive-In Theatre near Felton (Delaware's only drive in theatre), are the following movies: Shown at dusk, the "Men in Black," stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones (see capsulated review above). That movie is followed by the new Julia Roberts romantic come- dy, "My Best Friend's Wedding." Both movies are rated PG-13. HAPPY HOUR AT THE BAR EVERYDAY 4-7 :::LEWES: HARBOR Watedmnt Anglers Road CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997. 75 Sl:l'eet Kids cook up Tater Tot Toons and lighting and special "FX." Street Kids members are John Maybee, Gordon Kramer, Patrick Lonergan, Skye Mullarkey, Ash- ley Kirby, Dawn Burtelle, Tyler Twilley, Jack Herholdt, Sara Coyne, Brogan King and Corey Tappan. Members of Second Street Play- ers assisting Moore are Kane Mowrey, Ginger Angstadt and Dana Hayes. The plot of "Tater Tots Toons" is a take-off of a television special with snippets taken from many fa- miliar commercials and series. The audience will recognize bits of "Batman," the Mickey Mouse Club, "Let's Make a Deal" and "Wheel of Fortune." Movies and plays are also heard from as the kids present songs from "Annie," "The Wizard of Oz," and even "Jaws." The Street Kids presentation of "Tater Tots Toons" is at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 22, in the Sec- ond Street Players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St., down- town Milford. Admission is $3; to reserve tickets, call 422-0220. Second Street Players' Street Kids are busy doing a little danc- ing, coming up with some imagi- native lyrics to some well-known tunes and generally getting some theatre experience and exposure as they prepare for a public per- formance of"Tater Tots Toons" at the conclusion of their three-week theatre workshop, Friday, Aug. 22. Director John Moore said the little couch potatoes, ''Tater Tots," are working on ensemble numbers and even some solos while they also learn about theatre "lighting, blocking and creating costumes. He said that all that time that youngsters spend in front of the television is coming in handy as they apply the rhythms and rhymes of commercials and theme songs to their own production. The 10 youngsters who are par- ticipating in the comprehensive theatre workshop range in age from eight to 14. Some have con- siderable stage experience, others are making their debut. Some are not interested in performing, but want to turn their talents to sound StRvinq BrEakf, st & DinnER DAily i I i,.;;,;;;;;,g ontre,,h00#ora.  Musioal Entrees Thursday- Sunday featuring Jeff Irwin. Phil Miller & John Ewart's Jazz Ensemble Sui'lay Evening 15 Wilmington Avenue 50 Park AVENUE, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-8553 FREE PARKING • BYOB Bring that speaal batt of ne or spirits Setup and mixers avail EVERY TUESDAY - 5 - 10 RM. 112 PRICE GRILLED CHICKEN SANDWICHES EVERY WEDNESDAY - 5 - 10 RM. 1/2 PRICED 80Z BURGERS 5 TV'S FOR ALL SPORTS MON. . FRL 5-I a.m. SAT& SUN. NOON - 1 a.m. 227-2888 WATERFRONT DOCK BAR __- . . .k41ml Full Lunch & Dinner Menu  Friday, Au 15t 6 T.V.'S FOR ALL SPORTS " g. h Open 7 Days 11:30 a.m.- 1 a.m. Saturday, Au 16t ,, g. h TWdtlUt Lo  .... • .- 4"/th tHE BEATLESS,, 00?ug. ,,,,, Outside 3-7 • Inside 9-1 IRISH EYES PUB & RESTAURANT I ,,-,, ...... n/ rsaav / Eve Wednesd Y g Our Famous H pP/ HOME OF THE LEWES HARBOR SPORTFISHING FLEET 645-6888 The Riverfront Theatre is acces- sible to the disabled, and is cooled with recently repaired air condi- tioning! The non-profit group is supported, in part by the Delaware Division of the Arts. CALL RICK FOR A NEW CAR Call Rick Whaley for a great deal this summer on a new car or truck. CP00DWER Rt. 1. Lewes-Rehoboth • 645-6221 Chevy • Buick • Pon'dac • Oldsmobile • GMC Tracks Fri., Aug. 15- Thurs., Aug. 21 Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 SPAWN (1:33)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9:15 COPLAND (1:47)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 AIR FORCE ONE (2:05)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:45 CONTACT (2:41)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:50 GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE (1:40)(PG) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 ' MEN IN BLACK (1 38)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:20 9:45 PICTURE PERFECT (1:37)(PG-13) 2 Show Nightly 7:15 9:15 RAINY DAY MATINEE 1:00 PM Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 STEEL (1:45)(PG-t3) 2 Shows Nightly 7:10 9:15 AIR BUD (1:37)(PG) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9:15 MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING (1:45)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 EVENT HORIZON (1:37)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:10- 9:15 CONSPIRACY THEORY (2:21)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 FREE WILLY PART 3 (1:26)(PC) 2 Shows Nightly 7:20 9:15 RAINY DAY MATINEE 1:00 PM