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112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Review Continued from page 111 months where many have a smat- tering of days off which are typi- cally spent shuffling through the multiplex? Here's a little preview, with a few predictions: Nov. 19 National Treasure (PG): Nicolas Cage and Jerry Bruck- heimer have been a critic-proof dream team, combining for such brain-numbing blockbusters as "Gone in 60 Seconds," and "Con Air," but "National Treasure" may face a slightly different challenge. Cage stars as a man in search of an artifact that may have been hidden by our founding fathers, and the FBI is out to stop him, even though he finds clues hidden within the dollar bill as to its whereabouts. Where the Cage- Bruckheimer connection has catered mainly to adults, the real challenge for "Treasure" is the film being pushed as a family- friendly "Raiders of the Lost Ark" meets the "Da Vinci Code." Pre- diction: The trailer is rather gener- ic, but early buzz suggests that it is much meatier than the team's previous empty-headed hits. The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie (PG) : Making the leap to the big screen has produced many happy returns for Nickelodeon, and the animated anemone and his pals of Bikini Bottom have been the network's hottest property. In the film, Mr. Krabs' has pilfered King Neptune's crown and the crustaceous community is in chaos. Prediction: The film now looks to-have only one predator in the cinematic ocean at the mo- ment, and that is "The Incredi- bles," which still has teeth in its second week. But if the film con- tains the warmth and wit of its se- ties, Bob and his buddies should be afloat throughout the holidays. Patrick and SpongeBob check the calendar in "The Sponge- bob Squarepants Movie," due out Friday, Nov. 19. 112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Review Continued from page 111 months where many have a smat- tering of days off which are typi- cally spent shuffling through the multiplex? Here's a little preview, with a few predictions: Nov. 19 National Treasure (PG): Nicolas Cage and Jerry Bruck- heimer have been a critic-proof dream team, combining for such brain-numbing blockbusters as "Gone in 60 Seconds," and "Con Air," but "National Treasure" may face a slightly different challenge. Cage stars as a man in search of an artifact that may have been hidden by our founding fathers, and the FBI is out to stop him, even though he finds clues hidden within the dollar bill as to its whereabouts. Where the Cage- Bruckheimer connection has catered mainly to adults, the real challenge for "Treasure" is the film being pushed as a family- friendly "Raiders of the Lost Ark" meets the "Da Vinci Code." Pre- diction: The trailer is rather gener- ic, but early buzz suggests that it is much meatier than the team's previous empty-headed hits. The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie (PG) : Making the leap to the big screen has produced many happy returns for Nickelodeon, and the animated anemone and his pals of Bikini Bottom have been the network's hottest property. In the film, Mr. Krabs' has pilfered King Neptune's crown and the crustaceous community is in chaos. Prediction: The film now looks to-have only one predator in the cinematic ocean at the mo- ment, and that is "The Incredi- bles," which still has teeth in its second week. But if the film con- tains the warmth and wit of its se- ties, Bob and his buddies should be afloat throughout the holidays. Patrick and SpongeBob check the calendar in "The Sponge- bob Squarepants Movie," due out Friday, Nov. 19.