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Analyze That: Psychologist Billy Crystal reprises his role as doctor to his mobster client (Robert De Niro), as the kingpin's life is in danger. Rated R. Solaris: A space station or- biting the ocean world Solaris car- ries mysterious secrets. A psy- chologist (George Clooney) ar- rives, hoping to help the crew, on- Messina Continued from page 94 1800s and they still hold up to- day," Short said. "These were written by very good musicians, the lyrics of the songs were writ- ten by very spiritual people with a lot of conviction and they have stood the test of time." Shockley's challenge was to create new arrangements that both preserved the classic hymns in a more contemporaryway, allowing people to enjoy these songs from their childhood all over again, and to give people who have never heard the hymns before the oppor- tunity to enjoy them as great new songs of worship and praise. "Most people's identification with these songs is congregational singing and in my mind it is kind of an out-of-tune upright piano and the congregation singing - some good singers and some bad singers - and pretty solemn too," said Shockley, 51, whose grand- mother was a pianist at his child- hood church. ly to discover its commander has died. Strange events start happen- ing as well, such as the appear- ante of his dead wife. Rated PC- 13. Treasure Planet: This ani- mated, intergalactic treasure hunt is inspired by the Robert Louis Stevenson classic. A teen stum- bles upon a map to the greatest treasure in the universe. Rated PG. Wes Craven Presents: They: After witnessing a horrible accident a college student must "I tried to put them in a regular pop song arrangement and to make something that was interest- ing for people who were going to be listening to them on the song value alone and not necessarily just because of the message." The record's remarkable, but unmarketed success has attracted record labels interested in releas- ing it nationally. It caught the at- tention of the Smithsonian Institu- tion for possible development into a multi-album set, prompted thoughts of selling it on the home shopping giant QVC and generat- ed Grammy nomination buzz. The album's success very nearly de- railed its original intent. Copies of the album started cir- culating, and it was actually re- leased, a week before Christmas and the fear then became that the secret Christmas present would no longer remain a secret from Short's parents. Despite the al- bum's growing buzz, Short's par- ents knew nothing about their son's present, which captured the hearts of so many, until he gave it to them on Christmas morning. And they loved ittoo. Short and- Body Mist Tanning UV FREE 1 MINUTE 7"AN 11 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6- Dec, 12; 2002 - 95 decide what is real between her fear of the dark and the night ter- ror she suffers. Rated PG-13. Extreme Ops: A film crew travels to the Austrian Alps to film an extreme sports commercial. The crew inadvertently captures a war criminal on tape, leading it on a life-or-death chase that includes water rafting, snowboarding, sky diving, white water rafting and base jumping (to name a few). Rated PG-13. Friday After Next: The third movie in the Friday series, "Fri- his collaborators on "Little is Much" will perform the songs live for just the second time on Satur- day, Dec. 21, at 8 p.m. at The Roland E. Powell Convention Center on 40th Street in Ocean City as the opening act for coun- try hitmaker Jo Dee Messina. Messina will be joined on stage that night by the Stephen Decatur High School Concert & Show Choir. Messina, a Massachusetts native, has earned many country music accolades including multi- ple Female Vocalist of the Year nominations, the Country Music Association's prestigious Horizon Award recognizing career growth, the Academy of Country MusiCs Top New Female Vocalist Award day After Next" reunites the old gang for Christmas in the old neighborhood. Rated R. Frida: Based on the true sto- ry of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (Salma Hayek), "Frida" focuses on her relationship with her hus- band. Antonio Banderas stars as Frida's rival in the Mexican art world; Ashley Judd and Hayek's real-life love interest Edward Norton also star. Rated PC-13. Rated R. The Emperor's Club: Kevin Kline is a passionate professor I and the Boston Music Awards' Artist of the Year. With two Top 10 songs in both 1998 ("Lesson In Leavin'" and "Stand Beside Me") and 1999 ("Bye, Bye" and "I'm Alright"), Messina earned Bill- board's Most Played Country Fe- male of 1999 honors. The double platinum redhead, with a few television acting roles to her credit, also boasts an adult contemporary hit with the Gram- my-nominated "Bring On The Rain," which stayed in the Top 10 for more than three months. Tickets for adults are $35 and $25; children's reserved seats are $15. Tickets are available at the Roland E. Powell Convention BLUE PLATE Join Us New Year's Day .; 4r for our BRUN A Great Way to Start the New Year! PLATE BLUE PLATE who finds his world shaken when a new student enters his class. The relationship between teacher and student leads to a life lesson forboth. Rated PC-13. Die Another Day: Twenty movies later, Bond...James Bond still looks as dashing as ever. Pierce Brosnan returns as the su- per spy in "Die Another Day," a saga that leads him to exotic lo- cales such as Hong Kong, Cuba and London. Along the way, he meets Jinx (Halle Berry). Rated Continued on page 96 Center Box Office on 40th Street in Ocean City during normal busi- ness hours or by calling 410-289- 8314; or through TicketMaster at 800-551-7328. For more infor- mation, call Bob Rothermel at 443-497-1184. ATtAnTIC TH|ATI00R$ The Movies at Midway Rt. 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