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The following movies will play at the Movies at Midway, Friday, Sept. 22 through Thursday, Sept. 28: • Urban Legends: Final Cut: A group of college kids are mak- ing a film about famous urban legends. As fiction turns into re- ality, many of the students won der if the events are real or mere- ly urban legends themselves. Rated R. • Bait: Jamie Foxx, David Paymer, Kris Kristofferson, Kim- berly Elise and Doug Hutchison star in this high tech drama with impressive special effects. An of- ficiai with the U.S. Treasury De- partment must retrieve the money and the culprits in a $40 million heist, Rated R: • The Watcher: James Spad- er, Marisa Tomei, Ernie Hudson, Chris Ellis and Keanu Reeves star in a dramatic murder mystery of hidden pasts. Rated R. "Delaware's Most Complete Surf' Shop Skateboards • Surfboards • Skimboards • Body Boards DEWEY J0000'0000-BEACtt surf nd sport Since 1972 Locals' Discount 10% OFF with this ad. Open daily 9-9 • Rt. One, Dewey Beach • 227-8288 • Highlander - End Game: Christopher Lamber reprises his role in the latest installment of the Highlander series. Connor MacLeod and Jacob Kell come face to face in battle, trying to be- head each other and gain control of the planet. Rated R. • Nurse Betty: In order to es- cape from her husband's life of criminal activity, a small town waitress takes on her imagined persona, Nurse Betty. Stars Re- nee Zellweger, Morgan Freeman, Greg Kinnear, Chris Rock and Aaron Eckhart. Rated R. • Cecil B. Demented: In an ef- fort to put an end to the mass dis- tribution of mediocre movies, un- derground cult group the Sprocket Holes, headed by vigilante direc- tor Cecil B. Demented (Stephen Dorff), kidnap Hollywood star Honey Whitlock (Melanie" Grif- fith). Also stars Alicia Witt, Mag- gie Gyllenhaal and Patty Hearst. • The Cell: Jennifer Lopez is a beautiful young woman who falls victim to a serial killer who locks his victims in an escape-proof "cell" in a remote farmhouse. It's up to the FBI to free her before the killer closes in. Rated R • The Replacements: A wacky, replacement football team led by Gene Hackman tries to make it to the big time. Stars Keanu Reeves. Rated PG- ! 3 • The Original Kings of Com- edy: A selection of concert ex- cerpts from the Original Kings of Comedy Tour, featuring the work of Steve Harvey, Cedric the En- tertainer, D.L. Hughley and Bernie Mac. Rated R. • The Art of War: Wesley Snipes, Anne Archer and Donald Sutherland star in this drama in which terrorists threaten to domi- nate the United States. Rated R. • Bring It On: Rival cheer- leading squads square off to win the national championships. Stars Kirsten Dunst. Rated PG- 13. • Coyote Ugly: A team of sexy, enterprising young women who tantalize customers and the media alike with their outrageous antics. Rated PG-I 3. • Space Cowboys: All-star lineup includes Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, James Garner, James Cromwell and Donald Sutherland in lead roles as friends who embark on an ambitious mis- sion to save a satellite. Rated PG- 13. • Nutty Professor 2: The CAPE GAZEq[WE, Friday, Klumps: Funny man Eddie Mur- phy reprises his multitude of roles as the Klump family. Rated PG- 13. • What Lies Beneath: Harri- son Ford struggles to come to terms with dark secrets surround- ing his wife, Michelle Pfeiffer, in this intensely haunting drama. Rated R. • X-Men: An adaptation of the popular Marvel comics series, X- Men 2000 features Patrick Stew- art, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry, James Marsden and Famke Janssen. The group of genetic Sept. 22 - Sept. 28, 2000.73 mutants become superheroes and work together to live in harmony among mere mortals. Rated PG- 13. • The Perfect Storm: Sebast- ian Junger's novel hits the big screen with the Andrea Gale tak- ing opposition to a tempest of gi- gantic proportions. George Clooney stars. Rated PG- 13. • The Patriot: Mei Gibson is a reluctant hero when he gets caught up in the throes of the American Revolution. Gibson re- nounces fighting to raise his fami- ly in peace. Rated R. H ..... i ,:::: .... ::: ...... 16, 17, 18 Wayne "lk-lo Oct. 21 To Be Announced T ckets and Reservations i Required for All Shows  :