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7- J Part I: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the movies The following is Part I of o Movie Review reviews of upcoming movies dur- ing the holiday season. Part H will be published in the Friday, Nov. 26 issue. By Rob Rector With last weekend's chilly re- ception for "The Polar Express," the 2004 holiday box office prom- ises to be the most interesting in quite a long while.. "Express," based on a beloved children's book, starring the al- ways-bankable Tom Hanks and directed by the groundbreaking director Robert Zemeckis of "Forrest Gump" and "Death Be- comes Her" fame (not to mention the fact that the film reunited, if only by vocal talent, Hanks with his "Bosom Buddies" co-star Pe- ter Scolari), Warner Bros. was banking on a huge holiday hit. At a price tag nearing $200 mil- lion, its opening-weekend tally less than $30 million suggests "The Polar Express" may be the big engine that couldn't. So what to make of the slate of films ready to be released in the Continued on page 112 Movies Continued from page 109 Surviving Christmas: After his girlfriend dumps him, rich record exec Ben Affleck is stuck with spending Christmas alone. He decides to return to the place he was once happiest, his child- hood home, only to discover his family has changed a great deal. Rated PG- 13. Friday Night Lights: Friday Night Lights chronicles the entire 1988 season of the Permian High Panthers of Odessa, Texas, with football players, coaches, mothers, fathers, boosters, fans and families struggling with ongoing personal conflicts while the team fights for assassin Jason Bburne (Matt Da- mon), who continues to find him- self plagued by splintered night- mares from his former life. Rated PG-13. Shrek 2: Shrek and Fiona re- turn to her homeland to tell her parents (John Cleese, Julie An- drews) the good news. Not every- one is happy to find her married to an ogre, with the most irate in this group being Prince Charming (Ru- pert Everett), who was supposed to be the one who lifted Fiona's curse. Rated PG. Without a Paddle: Three young guys go into the Oregon wilderness in search of lost treas- ure. They take a canoe upriver and everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Hunted by two back- cAPEGAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19- Nov. 22,2004 - 111 "Frmdt as in right out of the gar- don.., right out of the watur.'Wasidngton Post % F," Lwo, "Full of personality 8rid diligently "0 mindful of the customer." Nsw8 lmunal ,...m, "'-qL Book your holiday parties today! Lots of FREE Pa'rking * Open Daily 5:00 P.M.Seafood Grill Bar * Patio Lounge 17300 North Village Main Boulevard, The Villages of Five Points, Lewes, DE - 302-645-9790 www.flshon.bz a state Stars woods encounter Bob The Bourne Supremacy:Thrntn'ChampinshiP'Rated PG-13. Billy hippie chicks and a crazy olddeath-defyingfarmerS'rapids'theYtree-hugging  6: "The Bourne Supremacy" re:en- mountain man played by Burt ters?the shadowy world of exert ReYnolds. Rated PG-13.. : 5U  (: "!i:)):ii i_ _ .... 2004 ]]a . THANKSGr NG DINNER . 4 $22.95 (Cbild enlO&under$16.95)  ................... Bes'i00:000000Martinis 2004 It TRADITIONAL4 COURSE MEAL"  Serving Wednesday - Saturday from 5pm ][ EASTERN SHORE CHOgWDF " TOSSED FIELD GREENS PUMPKINPIE ALL TI FIXINGS  Weekly, Specials CHOICE OF ENTREE . OVEN ROASTED FRESH BROILED ROCKFISH LEMON GARLIC BEURRE BLANC SLICED LOIN OF PORK- OVEN ROASTED AND FINISItED WITH A WILD MUSIOIOOM DEM! GIACE SItRIMP ORLANDO - SAUTE AND FINISHED IN TOMATO CREAM OVER ANGEL HAlle PASTA *SECON]f ON TURKEY AND ALL SIDES WITH ANY DINNER OPEN YEAR ROIfND 227-3100 DINNER 5-10 31ROBINSONS DR 7 NIGHTS REHOBOTH BEACH * Wednesday - Roll Night, 20% Off Sushi Rolls Thursday - Buy one entrae, get the 2nd, of equal or lesser value, Half Off 203 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach 226-0877 7- J Part I: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the movies The following is Part I of o Movie Review reviews of upcoming movies dur- ing the holiday season. Part H will be published in the Friday, Nov. 26 issue. By Rob Rector With last weekend's chilly re- ception for "The Polar Express," the 2004 holiday box office prom- ises to be the most interesting in quite a long while.. "Express," based on a beloved children's book, starring the al- ways-bankable Tom Hanks and directed by the groundbreaking director Robert Zemeckis of "Forrest Gump" and "Death Be- comes Her" fame (not to mention the fact that the film reunited, if only by vocal talent, Hanks with his "Bosom Buddies" co-star Pe- ter Scolari), Warner Bros. was banking on a huge holiday hit. At a price tag nearing $200 mil- lion, its opening-weekend tally less than $30 million suggests "The Polar Express" may be the big engine that couldn't. So what to make of the slate of films ready to be released in the Continued on page 112 Movies Continued from page 109 Surviving Christmas: After his girlfriend dumps him, rich record exec Ben Affleck is stuck with spending Christmas alone. He decides to return to the place he was once happiest, his child- hood home, only to discover his family has changed a great deal. Rated PG- 13. Friday Night Lights: Friday Night Lights chronicles the entire 1988 season of the Permian High Panthers of Odessa, Texas, with football players, coaches, mothers, fathers, boosters, fans and families struggling with ongoing personal conflicts while the team fights for assassin Jason Bburne (Matt Da- mon), who continues to find him- self plagued by splintered night- mares from his former life. Rated PG-13. Shrek 2: Shrek and Fiona re- turn to her homeland to tell her parents (John Cleese, Julie An- drews) the good news. Not every- one is happy to find her married to an ogre, with the most irate in this group being Prince Charming (Ru- pert Everett), who was supposed to be the one who lifted Fiona's curse. Rated PG. Without a Paddle: Three young guys go into the Oregon wilderness in search of lost treas- ure. They take a canoe upriver and everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Hunted by two back- cAPEGAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19- Nov. 22,2004 - 111 "Frmdt as in right out of the gar- don.., right out of the watur.'Wasidngton Post % F," Lwo, "Full of personality 8rid diligently "0 mindful of the customer." Nsw8 lmunal ,...m, "'-qL Book your holiday parties today! Lots of FREE Pa'rking * Open Daily 5:00 P.M.Seafood Grill Bar * Patio Lounge 17300 North Village Main Boulevard, The Villages of Five Points, Lewes, DE - 302-645-9790 www.flshon.bz a state Stars woods encounter Bob The Bourne Supremacy:Thrntn'ChampinshiP'Rated PG-13. Billy hippie chicks and a crazy olddeath-defyingfarmerS'rapids'theYtree-hugging  6: "The Bourne Supremacy" re:en- mountain man played by Burt ters?the shadowy world of exert ReYnolds. Rated PG-13.. : 5U  (: "!i:)):ii i_ _ .... 2004 ]]a . THANKSGr NG DINNER . 4 $22.95 (Cbild enlO&under$16.95)  ................... Bes'i00:000000Martinis 2004 It TRADITIONAL4 COURSE MEAL"  Serving Wednesday - Saturday from 5pm ][ EASTERN SHORE CHOgWDF " TOSSED FIELD GREENS PUMPKINPIE ALL TI FIXINGS  Weekly, Specials CHOICE OF ENTREE . OVEN ROASTED FRESH BROILED ROCKFISH LEMON GARLIC BEURRE BLANC SLICED LOIN OF PORK- OVEN ROASTED AND FINISItED WITH A WILD MUSIOIOOM DEM! GIACE SItRIMP ORLANDO - SAUTE AND FINISHED IN TOMATO CREAM OVER ANGEL HAlle PASTA *SECON]f ON TURKEY AND ALL SIDES WITH ANY DINNER OPEN YEAR ROIfND 227-3100 DINNER 5-10 31ROBINSONS DR 7 NIGHTS REHOBOTH BEACH * Wednesday - Roll Night, 20% Off Sushi Rolls Thursday - Buy one entrae, get the 2nd, of equal or lesser value, Half Off 203 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach 226-0877