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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999 The following movies will play at the Rehoboth Mall Cinema and the Movies at Midway, Friday, Sept. 17 through Thursday, Sept. 23: • In Too Deep: An undercover -cop (Omar Epps) makes his way into a Cincinnati drug racket by cozying up to a drug lord named God (LL Cool J). Rated R. • For Love of the Game: Fol- lowing the successes of other "put me in coach" fares (Field of Dreams, Bull Durham) and dis- mal box office failures (Water, world, The Postman), only time will tell if Kevin Costner's latest will score a home run or face an- other slaughter rule. Also features Kelly Preston as Costner's fed-up baseball widow. Rated PG- 13. • Blue Streak: Martin Lawrence thinks he has stowed millions in jewels at a construc- tion site. Turns out that the site is actually a police precint, though, landing Lawrence" in prison. It's up to the freed jailbird to pose as a no-nonsense detective to reclaim the treasure. Rated R. • Outside Providence: The Farelly brothers, the masters who penned There's Something About Mary, are at it again. Son of a stellar blue collar Alec Baldwin, Timothy (Shawn Hatosy) finds himself thrust into a prep school life. Hyped as a blue chip come- dy, Outside Providence has earned a spot among the must-see films of fall. Rated R. , American Pie: A Fast Times at Ridgemont High for the '90s. A team of sexually inexperienced teens revel amidst raging hor- multuous comings and goings of a small Mississippi town are further complicated when a wealthy wid- ow dies, forcing two sisters to get up close and personal in a tale of passion and intrigue. The film features an A-list cast that in- cludes Julienne Moore, Liv Tyler, Glen Close, Patricia Neal, Ned Beatty, Chris O'Donnell and Lyle Lovett. Rated PG- 13. • Chill Factor: Keeping a highly toxic chemical weapon un- der 50 degrees and out of the clutches of the nation's enemies are the objectives of this new re- lease. Leading man Cuba Good- ing, Jr. has added most of the heat on the pre-release buzz. Rated R. • Trick: Christian Cahmpbell is a lovesick musical writer who spends an entire night with gal pal/go-go dancer Tori Spelling in search of her Mr. Right. While fate deals an unromantic hand, all is right by the end of the night. Rated R. • The Muse: A comic writer with writer's block, poor Albert Brooks seeks the help of Sharon Stone, a gifted woman who comes to the rescue of artists who re- quire inspiratixm. Andie Mac- Dowell and Jeff Bridges also star. Rated PG- 13. • The 13th Warrior: Arab courtier Antonio Banderas is sent north as an emissary, but finds himself battling an army of soli- diers that slaughters the Vikings and eats their flesh. Rated R. • Mickey Blue Eyes: Hugh Grant is an elegant Englishman who wants to marry his girlfriend (Jeanne Tripplehorn). Trouble is, her Mobster family wants to cor- ruPt him into a life of crime with the "family." Rated PG- 13. • Bowfinger: Steve Martin is a down-on-his-luck movie producer that will do just about anything to get his film on screen. Enlisting no-experience nerd Eddie Mur- phy, Martin embarks upon a reel adventure that also features the work of Heather Graham,-Terence Stamp and Robert Downey, Jr. Rated PG- 13. • Tea With Mussolini: A wry little comedy that draws from the published memoirs of acclaimed film maker Frances Zeffirelli. Set in Florence, Italy on the cusp of World War II Cher, Judi Dench, Lili Tomlin and Maggie Smith portray a group of strong-willed women who help a young man find his identity in the world of art. Rated PG. • Thomas Crown Affair: Ina remake of the Steve McQueen/Faye Dunaway film of the same name, Pierce Brosnan is a wealthy, impeccably dressed thief of impressionist artwork who has his heart stolen by the lovely Renee Russo. Rated R. • Blair Witch Project: If the buzz on this low-budget shocker hasn't yet peaked your curiosity, you must be hiding under a rock: While searching for the legendary Blair Witch, a documentary-film crew of students disappears. Their footage is later found under a 100-year-old building. Rated R. • The Sixth Sense: Haley Joel Osment (young FolTest Gump) is Cole, a young boy who can sense dead spirits around him. Intense, violent images fill his head as Bruce Willis is charged with the task of helping him cope with his "gift." Rated PG- 13. • Deep Blue Sea: Alien meets Jaws. Samuel L. Jackson is a mil- lionaire businessman who backs a special genetic experiment to cure cancer. An ambitious Dr. Susan McAlester biologically engineers sharks in order to harvest precious enzymes for the cure. The new species of smarter, bigger sharks break free from their underwater habitat and make a run for the open sea. Also features Michael Rapaport (Beautiful Girls) and rapper L.L. Cool J. Rated R. • The Runaway Bride: Re- porter Richard Gere is assigned to write a story about a woman who has left a series of suitors stranded at the altar. What ensues is a ro- mantic comedy reuniting Gere with Julia Roberts in what is tout- ed as a "Pretty Woman 2." Di- rected by Garry Marshall and shot mostly in Berlin, Md., Runaway Bride also features Joan Cusack, Hector Elizondo and Rita Wilson. Harrington Heritage Day to feature changes Sept. 18 The twenty-first annual Har- rington Heritage Day, Sunday, Sept. 18, will feature a few changes this year which will make the event even more unique than past years. This year's event will feature parking at W.T. Chipman Middle School with shuttle service to and from the downtown area. The of- ficial opening and parade will kick off at 10:30 a.m., followed by opening ceremonies at 11 a.m. on the stage at the senior center. Entertainment will include lo- cal talent of all varieties, a pie- eating contest and many raffle drawings. The handcrafts and • flea market tables will be open and service organizations will be on hand with informative dis- plays, brochures and homemade treats. This year's festivities will • also include a model train display presented by Kathy's Trains of Frederica. A keynote address will be given inthe earlier part of the day. A community street dance in the First National Bank of Wyoming parking lot begins at 6 p.m. to conclude the event. The Harrington Police Department is organizing and sponsoring the dance. First time features include a Civil War encampment, a Beanie Baby show and a children's the- atrical production, The Jungle Book, at the Harrington Public Li- brary. A car show, craft demonstra- Continued on page 71 ATLANTIC THEATERS The Movies at Midway Rt. One, Midway Shopping Center rehoboth Beach 645-0200 FOR/FIE LOVE OF THE GAME (2:lOXPG-13) 4 Shows Daily- 1:05 3:45 6:25 9:10 FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME (2:10)(PG-13) 4ShowsDaily- 1:25 4:05 6:50 9:35 THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1:53)(R) 4 Shows Daily - 1:45 420 7:0,5 9:40 MICKEY BLUE EYES (1:42)(PG- 13) 4 Shows Daily- 2:05 4:35 7:20 9:45 CHILL FACTOR (1:42)(R) mones, adolescent angst and raunchy jokes. Rated R. kz/illlV • Stigmata: Suddenly afflicted with signs of a spirit, Patricia Ar- quette is forced to determine whether they are holy or unholy -,_#-e,,,.ff'-**, "N %,=JJe*%=--a'=oq-' with the help of Vatican liaison 3 :$"=  '-/ C Gabriel Byrne. Promising to be a C A[ - wholly scary movie, Stigmata will btt: mPf;l:° le;r t:di tR. mark °n the ? //  "X) 3 B - , , , C g Autumn has armed.., and w00th the return J L sunday Brunch i A Victoria's tradition! 3 J .... • L. C A celebratwn o me oods and su erwr serwce, 3 ever Sun& om lO a m - 2 , m C % 3_ "where the only thing we overlook is the Oceanr' Saturday & day [  , I " Batmch l  Don t be disappointed- call for reservations. C 8VO6" free Iar:ing f C .. - "*" 3 3 . 227 0615 ALK C 50 Park Avenue I r Olive Avenue & Boardwalk __.. Rehoboth Beach, DE. [ . RdwbothBeach, DE19971 n • o - r • z • t € 302-227-8553 I 4 ShOWS Daily - 2:00 5:05 7:30 10:00 BOWFINGER (1:47)(PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 1:35 4:10 6:45 9:25 BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1:20)(R) 5Shows Daily-1:55 3:55 6:05 8:00 10:00 RUNAWAY BRIDE (1:56)(PG) 4ShowsDaiy-1:30 45 7:15 9:45 13TH WARRIOR (1:43)(R) 4 Shows Daily - 1:50 4:30 7:10 9:55 AMERICAN PIE (1:35)(R) 4 Shows Daily- 1:00 3:45 7:00 9:30 BLUE STREAK (1:40)(9) 4 Shows Daily - 120 4:45 7:00 920 StoMata (1:42)(R) 4 Shows Daily - 2:15 4:40 6:55 9'95 OUTSIDE PROVIDENCE (1:47)(PG- 13) 4showsDaily- 1:10 4:15 6:45 9:15 SIXTH SENSE (1.'47)(PG- 13) 4 Shows D=aly - 2:10 5:00 7:25 9:50 Frl., Sept t7 thin. Thm, kpt.  Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-O2OO IN TO DEEP (1:47)(R) 2ShowsFdday&Saturday Z:lO 925 1 Show Sunday thru Thursday - 7:30 COOKE'S FORTUNE (1:42)(PG-13) 2showsFflday&Saturday 7:15 9:40 1 Show Sunday thru Thursday 7:45 ! TRICK (1:30)(R) 2 Shows Friday & Saturday 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sunday thru Thursday 7:45 THE MUSE (1:34)(PG-13) 2 Shows Fdday & Saturday 7:00 .30 1 Show Sunday thin Thursday 8:00 TEA wrrH BJSSOUm (1:56)(PG) 2 Shows Friday & Saturday 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sunday Ihru Thumday 8:00 DEEP BLUE SEA (1;50)(R) 1 Show Sunday thru Thumday 7:30